Mikey wrote:GrahamKennedy wrote:Since that's never happened, I'd rather say that it bothers you when you think you are. And that you occasionally seem to jump to that conclusion.
Except for when it's happened. In any event, this type of situation is the very quintessence of perception being reality, isn't it?
Mikey wrote:I beg your pardon, I live in the armpit of the woods, not the neck.
Anyway... what? I've said that "perception being reality" hasn't happened here?
Mikey wrote:I have a two-year-old and a six-year-old. If something less significant than a natural disaster or doctor's appointment occurred a week ago, it's completely gone from the attic of my mind.
Mikey wrote:If there's effort involved, wouldn't it be focused and conscious - rather than random - madness?
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