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Re: rules and games

Nov 12, 1997 06:00 AM
by M K Ramadoss

At 06:00 AM 11/12/97 -0500, you wrote:
>To Chuck: "For example, for years I would make at least one afternoon trip
>out to Olcott to dig in the library, invariably on Wednesday.  But then I
>decided to change and went out on a Tuesday.  For several days the Olcott
>staff could not remember what day it was!"
>Hi, hi, hi - that's great (laughs)! It's exactly the same thing I did and still
>do when I am learning (for example) psychology. I take out some topics
>of a book and try them out the very next day (I am terrible because I always
>have to try out something).
>Aha, breaking the pattern you call that - well this makes a new point of view
>I wasn't aware of before. I am just having fun doing it.
>Without-bumps-Inc. anonymous
When one does not have a pattern, people find it very difficult to deal with
them because no one is sure how one will react to a particular situation.
Humans generally like a steady pattern so everything becomes mechanical.


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