"We must all suffer from one of two pains: the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons." -- Jim Rohn
There comes a time at least once in a person's life where the death of a total stranger has a profound affect on you. It may be due to a similarity in age or other characteristics such as profession or social life. Regardless, when you hear about that person's death it can be a harder blow for you than the death of a close relative because, as you gather more information, you realize that this person could have been you.
Such was the case with Temperance Brennan in this week's episode of 'Bones,' in a story that focused more on the good doctor rather than the victim.
It all started with the dolphin ring Temperance discovered on the victim's hand. From there, similarities began to pile up. The victim was incredibly smart, logical and a hard worker who wanted those around her to work just as hard. Friendless with a potential lack of social skills, the victim spent most of her time alone at the office.
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