Psychologically Speaking, There are Two Types of Doctors and Two Types of Patients
Circumstances make us distinguish between things and make us distinguish between them in different ways. Obviously, there are many types of doctors and many types of patients, but I think it may be useful for some doctors and some patients to distinguish between two types of each.
Short idea (187): In my experience everyone is bad. In my experience everyone is good. In my experience, when focusing on the bad of a person, the person is experienced as all bad and when focusing on the good of a person, the person is experienced as all good. In my experience, when focusing on the reality of a person, the whole person, the good and bad of a person recede into the background as natural properties inherent in everyone.
Short idea (189): We tend to believe "he was a good man": 1. If he was polite to us and 2. if he gave us things or helped us. If he was difficult with others it does not make as great and deep and lasting an impression on us as how he was with us.
Short idea (197): Things we like and enjoy can be bad for us, including some people we like and enjoy.