June 8, 2020 at 3:33 pm #357969anitaParticipant
I see, the quotes in my May 19 post to you. You asked if I wanted you to figure out what each of the quotes means in particular or all together as a whole- not all together as a whole. Pick any one quote that makes you feel a particular way, a feeling that calls you to look more into the quote, and respond to that quote, or to part of that quote. (In an emotional journey it is bit by bit, part by part, you don’t see it all as a whole).
Let me know what you think or feel about this movie, but don’t pressure yourself to feel any particular way, if you don’t feel anything about it, that’s fine.
anitaJune 9, 2020 at 6:09 am #357986ArunParticipant
It is very difficult get rid of yours bad times but yes its not impossible. Yes, if you have feeling to red rid from yours bad times as in my case when i was just completely broken when i do not getting any good job and i needed the money urgently,then always i found nothing from my all day efforts.Then my grand father tells me to cool yours mind by going towards some religious and spiritual activities and this helps me a lot.Yes you can also try this as you can read Shree hanuman aarti or any one which is better to yours religion and i do also read shiv chalisa ganesh chalisa and also hanuman chalisaAnd, i do also Yoga mostly the Surya Namaskar.I think by doing all this it can helps you.
Thank you.June 9, 2020 at 11:39 pm #358093AnadyParticipant
Great conversation between both of you.
June 19, 2020 at 10:49 am #358965anitaParticipant
- This reply was modified 1 month ago by Anady.
On March 30 and April 8, you shared the following: “One day when coming home from school, I was stopped on the street by a boy who is known for being a trouble maker and he poured a drink on me just for fun. That made me become afraid of going out in the street alone for a few years, and even now I am kind of afraid of these kinds of people being on the street. The police doesnt do anything against them, so I feel I have absolutely no power over the situation… The person who poured a drink on me.. was one of many people.. who live in a ‘ghetto’ part of the town. They haven’t gone to school, they don’t work, they live on welfare, they behave like the world is theirs, and the police doesn’t do anything to them because even they are afraid of them. There is a high risk that if anybody tries to confront them they will take their revenge because they are simply not afraid of anybody, having almost nothing to lose”.
On April 9 you wrote: “I don’t feel that the world outside my home I hostile and dangerous. I never have.”
If you want to explain to me the extreme inconsistency between you describing the world outside your home as clearly dangerous, and then stating that not only you don’t feel that the world outside your home is dangerous, but you never have considered it dangerous, please do.