Thursday, July 28, 2005

Shelter - Life After Near-Death

'What gives us pleasure frustrates us, and sometimes what is painful can bring us joy. The mind tends to do what's not going to help us. Example, if you get in a fight with someone, but you don't want to go up and say you're sorry. Even though that would make you feel best, your mind tells you to bear a grudge. Even though this accident was tragic, I felt I learnt more during and after it, than I ever did at school, y'know? About the false security of life. We think that if we have a good family life, or a good job, we think we're secure."