We May Know, But Still Feel Uneasy

We may feel that life is wrong. We, as people, don’t seem right – we are reactive and dismissive.

So we look for an answer. Even when we finally come across a view that makes sense, and answers all our questions, we may still feel uneasy.

We are suffering from a residue from memories due to early trauma;
it’s phantom suffering.

At this point, we either recognise that we are repeating ourselves and learn from this, or we re-enact a mood, maintaining our ‘usual’ ambient atmosphere.

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