Date: Fri 01 Nov 2002 - 09:57:26 GMT
> > > ----- Original Message -----
> > > From: <firstname.lastname@example.org
> > > > > On Wednesday, October 30, 2002, at 02:03 ,
> > > > > email@example.com
> > > > > wrote: > > > you absentmindedly hum it in their presence > > >
> > > > > >
> > > Sounds like behavior to me. > > > When you keep hearing it cycling
> > > in your head, that is not behavior; but > unless you hear(that is,
> > > can remember) it there, you cannot hum it out > loud.
> > > But, I 've tried to explain this in an earlier post, what Wade is
> > > trying to say, IMO I think, atleast that is the idea I got, is
> > > that by humming a tune in your head, some behaviors are in a
> > > different way represented in the outside world. If a song is
> > > cycling in your head your behavior will have been changed.... for
> > > example you can walk " funny ".....and noone will ever know why !
> > But you can also be sitting quietly, entranced by the tune...
> Wouldn 't that be noticed by others if any !?
> And if there were none, wouldn 't the tune have changed your inner
> feelings and emotions for the rest of the day afterall !? And if you
> were to be alone in the house, would you have been changed in either
> way if you sat down for minutes/ hours quietly in the kitchen !? Quiet
> or not, observers or not, some changes has occured and in a sense they
> will be represented in the next behavior(s) or at least have an
> Each and everyone is a symptom which points towards the
> working of other (f)actors....
Including internal ones, without which you would not know and could not re-meme-ber the tune.
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