From: Lawrence DeBivort (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri 12 Mar 2004 - 23:54:28 GMT
Keith, I first heard this cited as a Spanish proverb.
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> At 12:37 AM 12/03/04 -0500, Scott wrote:
> >I've gotten a hold of a relatively recent bio of Jung by Deirdre
> Bair. I'd
> >hope she could clarify a few things for me.
> I would appreciate any of you who are digging about in Jung's
> work to keep
> an eye out for the "Chinese curse," "May you live in interesting times."
> Some years ago Dr. DeLong's did some interesting detective work trying to
> locate the origin of this saying. DeLong got a pointer from
> Mauricio Díaz
> of Colombia that Jung had been the origin. In spite of
> considerable effort
> on his part, DeLong could not verify it. (Near the bottome of
> BTW, I signed up on Lloyd deMause's list for a short time.
> Keith Henson
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