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Human Matrix Verification - Exercise VIII
Exercise: draw your attention
The subject: dissatisfaction
Our dissatisfaction may be caused by our discomfort with ourselves, with others or with the weather. Our discomfort with ourselves implies an unspoken comfort with others and our dissatisfaction with others includes an unspoken and unrealized comfort with ourselves. Our discomfort with the weather comes along with comfort with ourselves and others. I think it is impossible to be dissatisfied with others and ourselves at the same time. And it seems the more we work on the establishment of our comfort the more we are dissatisfied with ourselves and the less we do for our comfort the more we are disappointed by others. The more we do for the comfort for others the more we become disappointed by others. The less we do for the comfort of others the more we tend to be dissatisfied with ourselves. There seems to be no way out but fortunately there is one: Instead of putting our attention to the dissatisfaction we should redirect our attention to the indirect comfort which comes along with the discomfort. When we are uncomfortable with ourselves we are comfortable with others at the same time and when uncomfortable with others we are extremely pleased by ourselves, which we usually oversee.