Posted 15 May 2014 - 02:07 AM
I wanted to buy kichen from uk for very long time. I didn't have the commitment, but I was transformed. Sometimes, all you need is a little tap on a bun, as some might say. I'm very happy person now, before not so much. I wanted to say one thing, before I launch into the guts of the matter, let me settle an important point. Feelings are feelings and feelings are not thoughts. People use the word “feeling” when they are speaking of thoughts often. I think they learn this along the way, but also I think that many people are somewhat intimidated by the word “feeling” and thus people who use it are often treated as more believable. Whatever, let me set the record straight right up front. As I move along, you may get the impression that feelings are a bit more real than thought. I believe that. Feelings are very real. They happen. They exist even when people say they are not there. People can misunderstand feeling, mis-label them, but the underlying feelings are still present. Feelings are very objective. Researchers know what babies are feeling in the womb. I can measure the contents of your blood stream and thus measure and describe some of your feelings. I can not do that about your thoughts. Thoughts or thought processes seem to be much more vague. I can think one thing all morning and think the opposite all afternoon. I can fully believe that which I fully disbelieve in 10 minutes. I think of thoughts a little the way I think of data in a computer. Words, words, words. But feelings seem very solid. I believe it is silly to trust thoughts and be hesitant about feelings. Still that seems to be what our culture teaches. Not often thought of as an emotion, still it has all the characteristics. The need does happen in your body (event). It involves chemical changes in the tissues of and surrounding your bladder. It grows more and more intense over time. One can need to pee for quite some time before one becomes aware of it. As an older man, I am quite aware of this phenomenon in the early morning. Sometimes awareness can seem to increase the intensity. But now I want to introduce another point about reporting. Let’s say a friend is picking me up for a drive. He asks if I need to use the bathroom. I say, “No.” He says that there will be not place to stop for about 2 hours, and now I change my report. I say, “Yes.” The report of an emotion can change based on a change in the situation while there is no change in the subjective feeling. The social value of this “emotion” is also fascinating. I think of how one person saying, “I need to visit the facilities,” can trigger many people getting up and going there together. And, I recall once in military boot camp a sailor who was not allowed to go to the “head” as a kind of training incident – he was shamed.
I had a dream about you. Instead of chest hair, I grew a garden between my legs. You were the FDA saying you needed to inspect my crop, but I saw you for what you were— vagina.
Think no filth, see no porn.