Why It Is Bad To Become Attached

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    Edit again: Too mundane.
     
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  7. Quantum Quack Life's a tease... Valued Senior Member

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    edited: too reflective and to much "too-ism"
     
  8. fruityfigtree Grace strengthens the will Registered Senior Member

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    I think it's bad to become attached coz u can't trust anything on this planet that thinks for itself...
     
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  9. Oniw17 ascetic, sage, diogenes, bum? Valued Senior Member

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    Change is a fundamental part of nature, attachment makes change harder.
     
  10. glaucon tending tangentially Registered Senior Member

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    Contradiction.
     
  11. Kron Maxwell's demon Registered Senior Member

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    That's true, but change can happen in positive and negative ways. You can't consider relationships as something that can only be changed by their cessation. Relationships are spectrums that can weaken or STRENGTHEN.
     
  12. Oniw17 ascetic, sage, diogenes, bum? Valued Senior Member

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    I know, I actually choose psychological strenth over Buddhist-style "enlightenment," I was just answering the question.
     
  13. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Please do not start useless threads.
     
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