Earlier, back at yeshiva, I got irrationally angry when someone sat in my makom kavua in the beit midrash (my regular seat in the room where we do all of our partnered learning and some lecture-style learning). We're encouraged to actually grow comfortable with our makom kavua, which plays neatly into my nesting instincts. So when someone sits in yours, it's considered legitimately annoying, not just annoying to those of us who usually care about such personal-space things. But I seriously took this out of proportion, and was in a crappy mood for hours. We'll see if I can steal it back tomorrow, or at least learn to channel emotions into slightly more productive outcomes.
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