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Sheye Thread attitude and courtesy (54* d) RE: Thread attitude and courtesy 27 Sep 98

oooo, the cyclical ugliness made a loop while I wasn't looking. Can't say I'm sorry I missed it. I stayed away from the "Dylan" thread because, well, never having slept with the guy, it is of no personal interest to me whether or not he has aids. (I want points for the longest, least constructed sentence-of-the-week.) I was confused at the number posts though, thinking answer would be either yes or no.

A few points if I may share the floor:

That kind of garbage (teeny doses of poisoned attitude) actually does good. The way humans think and react swells and recedes with the tides. If you wake up every morning seeing the most beautiful roses ever, there is a very high probability that one morning you will stop seeing them. We are all looking back at ourselves and this forum and are seeing the value, love, and support our family shares here at the 'cat. So, that's a good thing.

A gentle reminder: the only person's behaviour you have control over is your own. My father (my mentor) offered me the following after I had been terribly hurt by a very cold person: "Remember that your words and actions should reflect the person you are, and not the person he is."

To the newcomers and lurkers, welcome to our GREAT family. We are the best, and are very pleased that you've joined us.


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