RE: The Pause that Refreshes

From: Amara Graps (
Date: Tue Jun 06 2000 - 08:41:03 MDT

From: "altamira" <>, Mon, 5 Jun 2000

>Surely the discovery of a new pleasure is no less delightful when it
>comes due to a change in perspective than when it happens for any
>other reason. Studies in evolutionary psychology and so forth are
>interesting, but I can't see that such theories justify the statement,
>"This sounds an awful lot like you are just changing as you get older."

I know. I don't agree with Robin's statement either. *Many* factors in
one's life could bring about large changes in perspective, which can
lead to discoveries of new pleasures.



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