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I Believe The Ancient Greeks Were Right

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 2 People

    The Belief That The Heart Was The Center Of Consciousness.

    Where Is The Mind? Posted by DreamingInStarlight on November 21st, 2010 at 4:33AM The program begins with Dr. Michael Gershon, department chairman and professor of anatomy and cell biology at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York. He is the author of The Second Brain...
    koyptakh koyptakh
    51-55, M
    4 Responses Dec 14, 2010

    The Torments Of Absence Part Two

     Him: do not feel lost~ Chat with Milky, 21 January 2013In telling me not to do something, he's acknowledging the likelihood that I'm going to do it.  It's just the nature of the beast.  And the thing is that I am pretty darned likely to feel at least a little lost when...
    milkynips milkynips
    46-50, F
    Jan 23, 2013

    The Torments Of Absence Part One

    As contraries are known by contraries, so is the delight of presence best known by the torments of absence. ~Alcibiades He does this thing sometimes in chat.  He'll express a directive as a negative when we both know it's really the end goal. Don't you dare ***. He's said that...
    milkynips milkynips
    46-50, F
    Jan 22, 2013
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