“She’s really got it bad.”
I’ve never spent time with her.
“She’s an addict. Big time.”
Really? What’s she on?
She can’t get enough of it.”
Samskāra, Sanskrit, noun. A personality trait conditioned over many lives or one life: a mental and behavioral pattern; a latency or tendency within the mind which will manifest itself if given the prope renvironment and stimulus. – Eknath Easwaran, The Bhagavad Gita for Daily Living, v.1.