>Are you a hypochondriac, in therapy, getting treated for something, know
someone who is, wish you were, should be, used to be, or have thought
about being? Then you should pay attention to disease week at the
Napkin Dad Daily! It won’t cure you, but it will make you think, and
thinking has been clinically proven to be essential to many things!
As a watcher of human nature, I am a firm believer that your neuroses,
obsessions, compulsions, passions, frailties, infirmities, and eccentricities
aren’t things you will likely get rid of completely. As an artist, I am a firm
believer that it’s good they aren’t gotten rid of completely.
The question isn’t how do I get rid of them, the question is what am I going
to do with them? How can I mold them into something positive, good,
productive, creative, powerful, helpful? I am not saying they should all
be allowed to flourish and grow. Some should be pruned back diligently.
But what are you going to do with what’s left of them?
What is the positive path for your weakness?
quote by Arthur Adamov, 1908-1970, Russian playright and novelist