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Anastasia Kingsley says
Nice answer EuroCafeAuLait
Chris Neal says
I agree with your explanation. I think saying no can be hard, but it's just a two-letter word and following-through takes a lot more time and effort.
Interesting and a powerful observation. I have hope you will discover strength while knowing just sharing your insight offers hope to others as well.
You're welcome. Glad I am getting so much feedback from the question. Thank you for sharing your personal experience.
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Thank you watergeek. Unfortunately, people do not take our word as it is. We have to show them we are serious.
Jackie Lynnley says
Great point Jackie Lynnley, God takes care of the follow-through.
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Alexander Silvius says
Thank you for your comment annierivendell.
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Sri T (the mystic) says
Thank you Sri T for your comment.
John W Townsend says
Thank you PAPA-BEAR. I will really focus on being specific with God about things.
I totally agree Sabrina. Now that I have started a nonprofit organization, I have learned to say the word NO more often because people do not have your best interest at heart, unfortunately.