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Lions Roar : July 2011
SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2011 67 I’VE BEEN DISAPPOINTED by pretty much everything at one time or another: work, school, vacations, lunch, Desperate House- wives after the third season, marriage, friendship. The list goes on. The feeling of disappointment can be shock or a slow sink- ing. It can be the rigidity of denial, followed by the collapse of acquiescence, followed by the vertigo of loss. It can be a slight sadness, soon forgotten. It can be a cataclysm so profound that its lessons are obscured for years. There’s an internal shift as the expected result becomes more ephemeral, and the actual mo- ment becomes more real. What are our disappointments trying to tell us? We want the sun; we get the rain. But where does the doorway of disappointment lead? Elizabeth Brownrigg on letdowns as a painful yet necessary treasure. ILLUSTRATIONBYKATHERINESTREETER Great Expectations