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Re: Empathy

Posted by sigismund on August 4, 2019, at 8:26:53

In reply to Re: Empathy, posted by alexandra_k on August 4, 2019, at 5:22:38

>But I have been thinking about the trauma involved in growing up in New Zealand. Most of us grew up in houses that were very very very cold and humid. It is a cold that you really feel deep in your lungs and also in your bones. I more recently learned about the fungi that will get deep in your lungs and also in your bones. It is... Well... A concretization of the feeling... The intense feeling of pain and of something being wrong a physiological body crying about the pain in the lungs and the bones. From being cold.

I was surprised how generally crappy NZ houses were for the climate. Poorer country? Less to loot? No gold rush? Earthquakes? The natives were harder to kill?

Humidity with cold, famous from England, was something new until I got to know Wellington. Wood rot.

I was reading in a Peruvian book something along the lines of....Unlike the British who exterminated the natives, the Spanish saved their souls and enslaved them. I read a different perspective of the holocaust in central Turkey. The propaganda from mainstream Australia I can recite in my sleep. Something different......




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