on at any given point of time.

Janis Kenderdine The struggle to *not* end it, is one that I know as well. I consider myself lucky, biochemically, that enough of the inhibitors are *generally* kicking in so that that underlying boredom with reality and my place here can stay down in the deeps. But it’s always there – a undercurrent. Sometimes I’m in it and ignoring it is not an option. It’s not an awful thing; it’s just ther…e along with many other conflicting thoughts and ideas that gurgle and bubble and try to get my attention at any given point of time.”

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