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Confusion

Mechanical dinosaurs on the streets of San Francisco. Pah. I'd forgotten what it was like to fight such things. Since they don't respond to pain, they can take so much damage if you don't know where to attack, but they are not truly clever. They cannot improvise in battle, and they will not fight together as a unified force.

Mar'i is worried about her ma'aranyr. My poor daughter. I should call Nightwing, or encourage her to call him. This is a male problem and a human problem, and I am neither.

It is still too chilly to work in my garden for long, and my emotions are roiled. There are times when I wish I had Raven's patience or Donna's serenity. Or Nightshade's. I have not seen her in weeks. Perhaps Warden Economos would agree to a visit.

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middle_amazon
Feb. 22nd, 2006 08:35 pm (UTC)
I have serenity?

What can I help with, Kory?
starfire_kory
Feb. 23rd, 2006 10:54 pm (UTC)
I wish to learn patience.
middle_amazon
Feb. 24th, 2006 12:53 am (UTC)
::thinks::

I have to be entirely honest, it's a trade-off. Some of it is just waiting the situation out. Some of it means taking your first impulse, allowing yourself to have it, but not act on it until you can gather more information or until there's a better time - like waiting for an enemy to grant you an opening in combat.

Also, Kory, you have been learning it everyday I've known you. You continue to adjust to human differences, you are wonderful mother to a son who needs you as warrior and selya. You garden grows and Luthor isn't a pile of ashes. Most importantly, now you have to teach people what you know when they may not understand it. Like many things it's not a thing that's granted, it's something you just do one situation at a time.

And if you'd like to practice a bit more, I'm up for learning more stick fighting.
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