“When I grew up, I had relatives who bought carpet and then put plastic walkways across it, and people weren’t allowed to step off the plastic walkways. They were the ones who bought a piano and then locked it so that no one could play it, because they didn’t want to have to clean the keys. They should have just lived in a photograph. They could have stood in the house, taken the photograph, died, and hung the picture where the house should have been. It would have been a lot easier.” excerpt from Bandler and Grinder’s ‘Reframing, neuro-linguistic programming and the transformation of meaning’. 

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