Disappointment -- No soul? LO11828

John Constantine (RAINBIRD@TRAIL.COM)
Sun, 12 Jan 1997 07:56:52 -0800

Replying to LO11804 --

Rol states as perfectly as one could why some things are NOT better known
to others. Husbands and wives have known this for ages; what may look and
feel right and good, is not necessarily so to the other person, for many

I feel and believe that such human heart-to-heart DOES go on, right here
in this very list. But it might not appear so to some others. That is the
beauty and the challenge of human relations and human communications;
what looks right to some is not so to others.

I give great credit to those list members who are better able to "show"
these feelings than are others. I have tried and succeeded sometimes,
failed other times. I think this is as it should be.

I've tried to see if I might have done a better job than Rol in expressing
these thoughts. The answer is no. No soul? No way. We each and all
together have a soul, individually and as a collective. I like it that
way. Keep up the good work.


Regards, John Constantine rainbird@trail.com Rainbird Management Consulting PO Box 23554 Santa Fe, NM 87502 http://www.trail.com/~rainbird "Dealing in Essentials"

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