August 16, 2017

“We always seek what is forbidden and stretch out our hands, desiring to obtain what is denied us.’  Again: “The sick person thus desires the water that is forbidden him.” Or whatever is allowed, we do not want, but what which is not permitted us, we burn all the more fiercely to possess it.”  Again: Whatever follows me, I flee; but whatever flees me, I pursue.”  ( Amores Ovid, a poet; 43 BC-18 AD)

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