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PanaceaSanans
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In an attempt to understand each other better, let's probe deeper:

There are questions we may want to ask.
There are questions that are just too personal for some of us to answer.

Here, you get to ask any question, however personal it may be.

But you don't get to choose who replies. [Big Grin]

Whoever feels like it can answer the question - and gets to ask the next one.

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Which aspect of your own personality pains you upon reflection?

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"Probe"

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<middle school snicker>

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Is that - by example - the answer to my question, Scott? Because if so, you may ask the next one. [Big Grin]
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How reactionary I am.


Why are you so mean?

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Because I was raised to be competitive and judgemental, and I'm still struggling with being kind. It just doesn't come naturally.

If you could keep only one memory, what would it be?

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My son being born...easy.

How many times in your life have you been suicidal?

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I have been suicidal twice. Once in high school, once when my wife moved out.

If you could change one thing in your past, what would it be? We know from Pastwatch that Christopher Columbus was a target. Would you change something in your own life, or something in someone else's?

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I don't have a right to change another's past directly, and the more impactful the thing I'd like to change about myself, the more it would have unintended secondary effects. I'd like to have never married Tiffany, but then I lose Tristan. I'd like to change my undergraduate degree but then I'd always wonder what if... So maybe, I wish I could have stopped myself from getting my best friend expelled in 5th grade. But who knows if he'd thank me.

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What do you love the most about childhood?

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The lack of guilt when procrastinating. The innocent indulgence while simply living to the fullest.

Have you been in love with a fictional character? Which one and why?

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Oh, yes. The first was Saltheart Foamfollower from the Thomas Covenant books. Strong, joyous, and kind, and he knew the truth about life and stories: "But a life without a tale is like a sea without salt. How do you live?"

What was the light like in your favorite memory?

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Very bright...at my son's birth. Surgical lights and florescent tubes.

If you could pick a career other than your own, what would it be and why?

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