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What doesn't kill me still hurts



After posting about what I learned yesterday, I had a chance to speak to my brother on the phone this afternoon and describe it to him. He seemed to understand my concern about not sharing his religious views. So already, one test verifies that not everyone is like my wife was. I need to keep testing, keep treating people as individuals rather than potential pain sources. In fact, if I can keep that awareness, I might end up better off than I started, because that's how I often treated people before I met her, too.

Wouldn't it be ironic to come out of this stronger (and happier) than when I went in? After all, it didn't kill me ...


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