Lexica (lexica510) wrote,

not quite there yet

On one hand, I've been reading and getting a lot of benefit from The Depression Book : Depression as an Opportunity for Spiritual Growth, by Cheri Huber, which is written from a Buddhist perspective and so places a lot of emphasis on the importance of cultivating compassion for all (especially for oneself, which is difficult for people struggling with depression).

On the other hand, there are a lot of people I just want to SMACK for being stupid.

I think I have a ways to go on this compassion thing.

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