In every culture, in every race and in every religion, people have common experiences. We all love, feel pain and happiness, hurt and joy. If we looked more for the things we have in common, rather than look for the differences, we would be able to appreciate each other more. And in our mutual appreciation, our perceptions would increase and it’s possible to do so much more.
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This week, observe how life flows toward you on all levels, and then write down your awarenesses.If someone comes to you, note that flow, note how life moved toward you. If someone says, "God bless you, I love you," note how that flow comes toward you, and then note how you are flowing with it.If you don't flow with what is coming forward in your life, check that level carefully and then save yourself on that level. In other words, release what you don't need. You will know how.