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Bonnie-Jean Rohner says
Letting go, that is a key.There is looking inwardly (to ego & self-importance) & looking Inwardly (to Higher Self & the greater reality.) Yes, I remember once letting go of judgment while soaking in a hot springs & suddenly nature bec
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John Connor says
I love it. You have seen beyond the words into their deeper and rich meaning. Does it sometimes seem like a treasure hunt to you? In metaphor, I would say you discovered a great jewel.
I must be humble; if it was not for my comatose experience I would be lost...
connorj, I will re-visit your hubs to refresh my understanding of what you feel the comatose experience did for you.
I may have found this quite elusive treasure referenced as "rest to your souls" maybe not for ever though, maybe it was the proverbial "glimpse," then again, maybe not...
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Thanks also, not just for answering, but for the energy behind your response.
I am able to respond to your answer which attempts to bite, without feeling anger or reaction in return. You have done a service. Now I am wondering, since life has put us together on this page, what is the root of your anger. Want to talk about it?
You assume I'm angry because I disagree with you. The fact that we don't agree isn't important. What's important is That Carlos is a second rate writer who wouldn't even be known in the northern hemisphere if God didn't have a sense of humor.
You assume that I assume. I am happy when people can disagree without letting it color the connection and would call that maturity. I acknowledge your opinion about Carlos & must admit that your choice of language still gives an impression of ang
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