I think you're missing Joe's point, though it is a subtle one. I =
agree we shouldn't try to "fix Rohit" - he's going through a process, =
and arguably a healthy one.
However, it is likely to be a painful and disruptive process, as =
several of us know from personal experience. What I think Joe (and =
others) are trying to do is share some insights to help Rohit manage =
the process more effectively, and perhaps with less damage than we =
ourselves did. This is a very different thing than trying to abort or =
short-circuit the process, which appears to be your concern.
-- Ernie P.
> At 10:19 PM -0700 7/19/98, Dr. Ernest N. Prabhakar came up with this:
> > For my part, this reflects what I now believe (or at least hope) to =
> > a psychological realignment of my own. For a long time, I made
> > decisions - almost artificially - to support the external =
> > of "Dr. Ernie" - Christian, Counselor, Scientist, etc. However, I =
> > like the last few years my 'personal demons' have gotten their
> > revenge, and in the process exposed much of the hypocrisy and
> > falseness of all of those roles.
> Somehow you guy's have taken the stance that life is some sort of =
> state. That Rohit is release 1.0 and needs to be fixed because it =
> performing up to spec.
> THAT ISN'T HOW LIFE WORKS DUMMY'S!