Tuesday, April 22, 2008

humpty dumpty

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king's horses and all the king's men
Couldn't put Humpty together again
I wonder sometimes, just how much is too much?

Have you ever?

Ah well, me and my curiosity. I'm not talking in the context of material ($ or such), but in the context of mental and psychology. Am I making any sense here? Let me make it simpler.

Just how much a person can take before he/she crumbles?

Or, how many times can a person fall before he/she could never be put back together again, just like Humpty? Anyone?


  1. until the person say, "okay, that's it!". Then, it'll be over. hehehhh...

  2. Mr.Smith8:39:00 AM

    TRY this:
    I had a closet (in my mind) where I kept my memories. I kept memories separate, in boxes with lids on the shelves of the closet. I created an actual visual experience, in which I envisioned taking the memory, opening the closet, taking down an empty box, placing the unwanted memory or thought into the box, closing the box, labeling it and putting the box back on the shelf. Then when I had quiet time or thought I was ready to confront a specific memory, I would visualize going into the closet and taking down the labeled box with that memory. I would open the box and examine the contents. Sometimes I cried, laughed, or mourned. When I had enough, I would put the memory back into the box. I found that, over time, there were fewer and fewer boxes in my closet. And the boxes were smaller and smaller. While I haven't quite walled the closet over, the last time I went there, the closet was all but empty."

  3. if i feel like crumbling..i go chillin' beb..and if that doesnt happen i looked for a shoulder to cry on

  4. as many times as he/she wants.. till he/she get tired with it..


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