Week nineteen: Learn How to easily overcome fear...

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Reflections on Week nineteen

Thoughts are cause and conditions the effect. The way to overcome fear is to become conscious of our power.

Separation is an illusion - there are sizes, colours, shades or ends to all things. There is a North Pole and a South Pole, an inside and an outside, but these expressions serve to place extremes in contrast. These are not separate entities, but,
are two parts of the whole.

The only choice that makes any sense is to concentrate very clearly,
only on what we want.

arlene laskey

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