posted on Oct, 23 2019 @ 04:31 PM
Don't quite remember when first heard of hit.
But read an interesting account of it, in a Dr. Wayne Dyer book. ( Don't remember which one. )
So his account, and the idea of my post, is for those whom like to think deeper, and are keen observers of themselves.
He wrote that he was preparing to give a public-speaking engagement, and when he did so, he usually isolated himself from the news, and media, for a
period of time. ( Like 24-48 hours, not sure. )
You know: just to keep his mind clear of the noise.
But on this occasion: just as he was backstage, getting ready to go speak: somebody walked up to him and said something like this "Terrible thing
about the shuttle blowing-up eh ? And on live TV, the teacher, all those students watching! "
Oh well: have a good speech " ( All paraphrased ).
Well: being a very sensitive person, he was stunned.
He had to gather himself back up, and go on stage, and give a motivational speech.
Well: beyond the story: the thought-experiment is:
Do traumatic events shake us, or is it only when we become conscious of them ?
Do we hurt when a loved-one is injured, or only when we find-out about it ?
Think about it: all of the horrible things happening to beautiful wonderful humans, right at this minute: rapes, beatings, murder; are we not