Wednesday, September 2, 2015

don't dwell on it

Lohbado couldn’t remember who he was, what he was trying to do or where he was going. He could barely focus through bloodshot eyes as he gazed at his wrinkled face in the mirror. Radiation exposure affected his brain. Unusual events happened.

Dr. Jane Wormsly, an old friend of Lohbado, told him to not dwell on it. It’s not serious. Painful states of mind are like cramps or migraines. States of mind constantly change. Even intense states don’t last. The trick is not to panic. Don’t be obsessed. Don’t dwell on it.

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