It goes a little something like this:
In addition, there's always a mystery behind the mystery. There is a reason we do what we do, and often it is the result of something that is the result of something that is--you guessed it--the result of something. What happens is we try to fix things, but we stop at the first or second layer. We're stressed and so we make adjustments in time management. But a better question is, why do I take on so much? But an even better question is, why is it so hard for me to say no? Or even, why is that person's approval so important to me?
But that's not even the real issue.
What I've learned is that the deeper you go, the more painful it gets.
We have to be willing to drag up everything. --Pages 111-112
Isn't that just true? And that's what inspired this post. Just in case you wondered.