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Old 04-15-2006, 09:52 PM   #25
aikigirl10
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Re: Am i missing something??

Quote:
David Valadez wrote:
I'm talking about a totally different way of relating to training something beyond wanting, not wanting, forcing, etc.
And what is that "way"/ "something" exactly?

Quote:
David Valadez wrote:
If one can't move beyond that, then one knows very well why sometimes they quit and/or don't mind quitting, etc. - because desire is fleeting. If our training remains based in desire - even when we are stubborn enough to force ourselves against our desires - our training will be fleeting (just like our desires always are).

..snip...

Desire cannot ever support commitment. Desire supports only convenience.

my opinion,
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Omg, this makes no sense whatsoever. lol Why don't you talk more like a human being and less like a science book?
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