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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Re: [AlternativeAnswers] Re: Attitude /Self


Shirley,Do you think you learned "not to fit in"would you like to fit in?May I draw your attention to the fact that some of the greatestinfluences on humanity came through people who were"outsiders". Most artists are outsiders.The difference is many have learned the "role" of how tofit in.The roles we as human beings play are learned and actedout. Which is how Shakespeare came to sayAll the world's a stage, and all the men and womenmerely players, each man in his time plays many parts..now did you decide you wanted to play the role ofsomeone who doesn't fit in?Or did it happen by chance?what would someone have to learn in order to playyour role?Most people take it for granted that they fit it.Like it was something they planned?They didn't. Someone had to teach themhow to respond, how to behave, how to speakproperly, how to talk to people, how to get whatyou want? and after all that learning and a lotmore besides the person decided I can getalong with
others.Now I don't know your personal story>but I do know its in the past. and your futureis ahead of you...and the question yo might liketo consider is " how do I want my future  tolook like" what do I have to do to make thedream of a better future a reality?If you can agree that its a possibility thatyou can learn to play the role...beginimmediately...start making plans...now.make the rest of your life a happy life.David

--- On Tue, 28/9/10, sari a <sarisalsa@yahoo.com> wrote:

From: sari a <sarisalsa@yahoo.com>
Subject: [AlternativeAnswers] Re: Attitude /Self
To: AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com
Date: Tuesday, 28 September, 2010, 23:46


--- In AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com, david kenna <davidjohnkenna@...> wrote:


> Does the condition vary? Has there ever been anyone you can get close to?How do you know you don't belong? What would belonging mean to you?Would you like to belong? what happens before you get the feeling I don't belong?Are you interested in sports,leisure,or hobbies of any kind? Do you exercise?You may be deficient in nutrients, vitamins and minerals?David

> --- On Mon, 27/9/10, Shirley Datus <shirleydatus@...> wrote:


> From: Shirley Datus <shirleydatus@...>

> Subject: Re: [AlternativeAnswers] Attitude /Self

> To: AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com

> Date: Monday, 27 September, 2010, 16:31

Thank you for resonding, belonging means I am usually not included at work. I often eat lunch by myself. Meetings or important things I am the last to know. I have tried to "fit in" however I feel rejected most of the time. or I feel used. I did take up a class , but the class was so small it was just a one time thing. Where I live is not much happening. I live in a town that has much of nothing. If I were to take up an exercise class, it would take me about 30mins to get there. It would have to be after work and after I cook for my family.(kid). Sorry to bother you with my lonelyness. I do help people because it is my job, but that is it. I am tired. and sad

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