Oh, that made me sad.Not sure if it was supposed to.But it did.
Are you, in a round about way, trying to tell us that you're switching off the computer, leaving the internet world and saying goodbye to blogland? :-(
I am thinking that the part that is being mysterious will be remaining so mysteriously.
windblownbutterfly: No. I'm nowhere near that subtle. If I'm going you will know about it.BTW: Listened to Tom by podcast last Friday. He was fine but the compere seemed to be a bit slow.
I use the same pin number and password for all thing that need that kind of stuff..hohoho my brain have so much spaces that still unexplored.
Oh! That's why sometimes I break into a song when I'm keying in my PIN number.And all this while I thought it's my way of trying to boost my spirits when I see my delapitating account balance.
hope is good, that's what keeping the rest of the mind/body function?
How to we identify the part of the mind with no apparent function??Reflection's no good - that's a function of the mind. Same for mathematical and computer models, studies of brain wave activity, introspection, meditation... Heck, even overthinking...
Happy to hear you're not leaving us, Lee.Tom agrees with you, the host really is a "bit slow" sometimes. Glad you were able to tune in. :-)
sigh.pins and passwords. can we at least learn to make them haiku?
I'm far more sanguine. I keep my life fairly electronically simple, but access to this media has reawakened, I think, quite a large part of the singing, poem-making bit for me, and I feel more in contact with and able to hold the people in my life, both those I see and know in the flesh and those I've met here.So all in all I'm all in a warm fuzz!
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