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          Resist the temptation, to wring your hands, to lash-out in anger, when times of challenge, and trauma, come to you.  Do not throw yourself this way, or that way, and do not scream out for revenge.  The temptation will be great to do this, when traumatic, or dramatic, events occur around you, […]

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          Sometimes, as you start the day, temptations come to you, luring you into shadow, and darkness: with thoughts, of anger, or frustration; with thoughts, of envy; with thoughts, of other individuals, which are not of the light.  When these thoughts come to you, cast them out, outright.  If you pay attention, to […]

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          When there is plenty, there is laughter, and song, and dance, all the day long, and into the night.  When there is lack, there is crying, and worry, frustration, and fear, all the day, and into the night.  But if you pay attention, what you consider to be plenty, or lack, has […]

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          Do not lament the past.  Do not fear what the future will bring.  Live in the present, and dance, and sing, and be joyful.  It is not necessary for you to labor under the burden of shame, or guilt, or anger, or frustration, about things of the past.  Forgive, all things, and […]

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    The last day of the year presents the opportunity to address unresolved anger, frustration, even hatred, that you might hold, within you, from a relationship, or an event.  Even though the relationship, or the events, might have ended, it is possible to carry the residue, within you, the energies, within you.  And the […]

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          Do not besmudge a, kind, or noble, deed with anger or frustration.  If you are stirred to selfless action, stand tall, without ensnaring it all with ire, resentment, or fury, toward another, or others.  Let your altruistic deeds be just that, standing in the light, generous in their conception, of thought, gallant […]

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          Picture an outstretched hand, and, in that picture, you will find endless possibilities: accepting, giving, receiving, offering.  The outstretched hand is filled with potential, for good.  It is different from the clenched fist of anger, or denial.  When the hand closes, and forms the fist, there is no room for giving, and […]

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