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Subject:Re: Someone in mind From:Romay Jean Sitze <rositze -at- NMSU -dot- EDU> Date:Fri, 10 Feb 1995 13:17:57 -0700
Of course you are right. Even so, the statement does have an element of
truth. Just watch a group of children. . .or perhaps your co-workers.
On Fri, 10 Feb 1995
gbnadhc -at- cyberworld -dot- com wrote:
> Hi Romay
> >If you can smile when things go wrong,
> >you have someone in mind to blame.
> I don't agree with this. This may be true sometimes,
> but not always. One may smile when they have the
> ability to correct the problem or when they detach
> themselves mentally from the problem and start preparing
> themselves to correct the problem.
> Am I wrong ? Please let me know.
RoMay Sitze, rositze -at- nmsu -dot- edu
If you can smile when things go wrong,
you have someone in mind to blame.