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Jan. 1st, 2007 | 05:27 pm

I thought I'd elevate this to an actual post because I know that some people don't know how to check my responses to their comments. BTW you do that by selecting the number between the brackets just to the right of the text 'leave a comment.' So here it is:

If you don't say who you are how could I ever know who you are and what you have said?

But please don't worry, my posts are about conversations that I've had in person, not over this blog. Plus if you have said it then I think I've clarified my take on it with 'more on casting doubt.' Or You can ask me in person.

I'm really not trying to shut people up. I just want to point out that if You have anxiety about my healing, maybe its because You feel powerless and feeling like you have little to no control is hard to sit with. I have had the opportunity to experience what that feels like and it sometimes motivates me to do or say things that help distract me from touching the void of not being in control. I just want people to be real with themselves and real with me.

Jeremy

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mateo

healing

from: solares
date: Jan. 2nd, 2007 02:56 pm (UTC)
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ive often thought how frustrating it could get
everyone must have some great idea
have you tried this...
i saw on the internet that...
you mean your not doing this...
anyhoo
glad your tossing it out there
and confronting your own fears around it too
so ya
puttin some positive vibe out there for ya
sorry you missed the new year with beth
oh yeah
i talked to this red eyed rasta out on the beach yesterday
says hes got this root
from a tree even
he boils it
and it cures everything
even cancer he says
so ill try to remember to bring some back home...

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jerumi

Re: healing

from: jerumi
date: Jan. 3rd, 2007 12:58 am (UTC)
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Nice to hear from you brother, I've been checkin your photo blog recently and it sounds like a great trip. Keep it comin and I hope to see you in Africa!

Love,
J

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Kolakoski

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from: kolakoski
date: Jan. 3rd, 2007 02:40 am (UTC)
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Happy New Year Jeremy!

I love the conversation that has blossomed in the recent posts. I appreciate your linguistic analysis of how people articulate their thoughts and displace their own emotions. And your philosophy is inspiring. I envy the way you so eloquently address the dialectic of "intention" and chaos theory. I learn so much from you.

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jerumi

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from: jerumi
date: Jan. 5th, 2007 05:47 am (UTC)
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Thanks for your response Mike, I really appreciate it. Its not easy for me to addresss this dialectic but it is important for me to do it now. I suppose I have an edge at it since it is happening to me..

Anyhow, its nice to hear from you and I'd also like to be able to comment on your blog if thats possible? I've been reading some very interesting stuff on there.

~J

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Kolakoski

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from: kolakoski
date: Jan. 5th, 2007 06:19 am (UTC)
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By all means--I'm desperate for comments. All it requires is an email address.

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jerumi

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from: jerumi
date: Jan. 5th, 2007 06:42 am (UTC)
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Hey Mike!

Just enable me as a friend, I tried before but it said I wasn't..

Jeremy

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Kolakoski

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from: kolakoski
date: Jan. 5th, 2007 08:23 pm (UTC)
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Oh, how sad. You've always been enabled as a friend in my book. May I ask: were you trying to comment on my livejournal blog or The Kolog? I don't maintain my livejournal site anymore, so I would not know who has been enabled/disabled as my friends in that context. If you wouldn't mind, try to go to The Kolog and leave a comment one more time. You won't be able to read your comment until I have "approved" it (which is only a one time requirement), but once I have, you should be able to comment at will.

I'm hoping that was the issue because I would love for you (and all) to join in the discussion.

Give a hug to Beth Leigh for us.

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