MATHEWS55 at msn.com
Mon Jan 29 18:51:02 GMT 2018
Oooh! Ouch! Yes indeed, a queasy belly on top of bouts of bad pain can be nasty indeed. But if "this, too" does not pass, isn't there a sonic device to break the sucker up to it passes more easily? Best of luck to you!
From: lois-bujold-bounces at lists.herald.co.uk <lois-bujold-bounces at lists.herald.co.uk> on behalf of Howard Brazee <howard at brazee.net>
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To: Discussion of the works of Lois McMaster Bujold.
Subject: Re: [LMB] Memory
Bad nausea can be just as endless. Right now, with a kidney stone up against my bladder, I get mild nausea, but periods of debilitating pain. But this too, shall pass.
> On Jan 29, 2018, at 10:43 AM, adkinslawfirm at mindspring.com wrote:
>> Memory is not as sharp as reality. We don't remember pain
> To which Marc Wilson replied, "for which I, for one, am truly thankful."
> Pain is its own kind of timeless "now." I am reminded of the Emily Dickinson poem:
> Pain has an element of blank;
> It cannot recollect
> When it began, or if there was
> A time when it was not.
> It has no future but itself,
> Its infinite realms contain
> Its past, enlightened to perceive
> New periods of pain.
> obLMB: here's hoping that no one perceives wormhole travel as pain. Ick!
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