I listened to what she had to say, and I'm …

I listened to what she had to say, and I'm ...

Comment on Treating the whole person: How a small community of philanthropists made a big difference in health care by Mike Hinckley.

I listened to what she had to say, and I'm glad it worked for her. I listened to her advice, and it simply made me feel sad and ashamed at not achieving her success. I find my safest, happiest moments are when I'm out in the "messy" life she describes, but away from other people and manmade stuff. For many, that might be considered a true basis of chaos. For me, it simply feels reasonably safe. I've been unable to make sense of people, and after several decades of trying, I'm losing my interest in doing so.

But I cheer her on in her endeavors, and to the extent her words make sense for others, I think that's a good thing. I wish her well.

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