Q Some are born to explain, addicted to explaining, driven to explanation, to themselves if not others. Suffering what or how is not enough. Why? Why is that the way it is or seems to be? Why was it different than it was or seemed to be previously? Why did that happen or seem to happen? Why did he or she or I do that? Why? More often than not, perhaps, this penchant for the why means disappointment, dissatisfaction, downfall. When an answer comes, though, it brings with it amazing feelings of various types and intensities: relief, elation, joy, a burst of energy, satisfaction, release, ... that make it worth constantly climbing out of the pit. 000907
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