anaesthetise from excitement with anything that stimulates distraction: drugs, drink, alcohol, food, recklessness, fast cars.

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People don't fear boredom they fear excitement

[Questioner] I can rationalise that I shouldn't get so deep in my thoughts, and that the point is to do what feels right. But even if I shelve my mind and move from a higher motivation, I start to imagine that I may as well just float through air and 'feel'. Or I may as well disappear in a puff of smoke.

[Oshana] And what's the issue with disappearing?

There isn't an issue. So why be here. That's the whole thing. Is it just to have fun. And if it is, have the Anne Summers catalogue buyers got it right?

[Oshana] Dear Ms. Fit, Have your heard of the book "Fear of Flying"? The point is to have fun. But not the sort of fun that is an escape from life, love and excitement but a fun that truly plunges into the depth of Life.

People don't fear boredom they fear excitement, and so attempt to anaesthetise themselves from that excitement with anything that stimulates distraction: drugs, drink, alcohol, food, recklessness, fast cars. It used to be called "wine, women &(bad, mad &sad) song" and the last time I looked it was called "sex, drugs &rock 'n' roll". What would you call it?

You "imagine" that you will "disappear" if you do not "get so deep in my thoughts". Is that image really true?

From your words and manner I sense you have seen the Edge of Infinity. You fear that if you step in then you will lose your mind. Interesting that. When so many around are trying to lose their minds -Ms. Fit is trying to keep hers. You must be a fan of Rudyard Kipling's "If...".

Life as you know it may disappear but what will remain? Everything that you always wanted ....

BTW Lingerie isn't my dept. Try upstairs! love Oshana

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