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Thread: The enemy is not the other, the enemy is you

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    The enemy is not the other, the enemy is you

    I have a problem, and I don't know what is the problem, Can anyone help me?

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    I have grown to like your thought-provocative threads, clearly seeking reactions, like that guy in John Osborne's Look back in Anger, but I can't say I understand what you want this time.

    I'm guessing that you're saying that you yourself are the problem, judging from the title. But what does that problem concern? If you're willing to give as much as a hint towards what that problem might be, I'd be glad to help out.

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    I have been taken by your comment, you have observed me in LNF world well.

    Alright if you would like to take the task of solving this problem, it will help liberate me.

    The first question is. "What is my problem, doctor? I feel something is wrong."

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    Quote Originally Posted by kandaurov View Post
    I have grown to like your thought-provocative threads, clearly seeking reactions, like that guy in John Osborne's Look back in Anger, but I can't say I understand what you want this time.

    I'm guessing that you're saying that you yourself are the problem, judging from the title. But what does that problem concern? If you're willing to give as much as a hint towards what that problem might be, I'd be glad to help out.
    Man I was rolling on my *** with that hilarious first paragraph. Nice job, Kand . You nailed the nooby!

    No, I'm kidding. The answer is "You have not eaten an apple today.. therefore you ain't gonna keep the doctor away!"
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    You see, we are really not serious to solve any problems? We enjoy our problems, Doctor Kand. We would be in fear if we don't have our problems, our problems is our security. Doctor!

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    Sooo, are we all our own worst problems?

    *shrug*
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    ah, Ive tiered of my own .. I wanna help, but I can't change sth I dunno what it is!!!
    this is just a chat, so let's chat ...

    so.. I get your feeling sometimes,, that sth is wrong, but I donno what it is ...
    is that what you ment?
    AH .. I've got my own problems.. and no time to solve my own or others

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    We all have problems? But what is that problem I am asking.
    help me find my problem? My loveley adminstors, members. You all are my doctors.

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    I think that your problem is that you're looking for a problem that doesn't exist. Even though everything seems to be fine, there must always be something amiss to you. There must always be something to doubt, or to protest about. It's great to have an inquisitive mind, but creating problems where they don't exist can be problematic. That is your problem; that's my diagnosis

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan020350 View Post
    I have a problem, and I don't know what is the problem, Can anyone help me?
    Your problem is this: The Human Condition

    Help: No help - you have to deal with it yourself, just like the rest of us ;-)
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    the problem doesn't exist- seems very doubtful look at these comments
    - they go on with their miseries

    the problem : human condition; that i will agree but why can't you help me Lote?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kandaurov View Post
    I think that your problem is that you're looking for a problem that doesn't exist. Even though everything seems to be fine, there must always be something amiss to you. There must always be something to doubt, or to protest about. It's great to have an inquisitive mind, but creating problems where they don't exist can be problematic. That is your problem; that's my diagnosis
    Very well said, Mr K.

    I mean, dan...what are you looking for here? Really?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dan020350 View Post
    the problem : human condition; that i will agree but why can't you help me Lote?
    Because no one can live the The Human Conditon for you! :-)
    No one can love for you. No one can feel the pain for you. No one can feel the joy for you - they may share their own experiences of these things. But in the end you will have to experience it yourself - the joy, sadness, sorrow, despair, loss, regrets, hope etc. There is no way around it.
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    So the problem we have agree is human condition.

    What is the cause of human condition Doctor Lote?

    And mrs KathyCF, the thing I am looking for is my problem which I do not know what it is?

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