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After writing about a friend’s actions:

hunkering down is how you see it. may be rising above for him. or distancing himself from pain.

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creativity is cue. can feel it stirring & is never far away. brings much joy & needs to be nurtured.

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no use over-analyzing the situation or setting expectations.

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thinking of Delbert McClinton song about ‘countless enemies that could have been friends.’ still have a hard time seeing that but the line resonates. regrets aren’t useful unless amends are possible, but you can carry knowledge forward. line resonates for a reason.

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After writing about a friend getting her car stolen, then coming to understand that she no longer needed it:

more proof of the power of seeing a wider perspective. it’s always soothing to pull back from intense situations. lowers stress & allows for calmer reactions & decisions. hard to remember in the heat of the moment, but worth the effort.

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easy to get riled up when things go wrong. hard to see that they just go & your choice whether they’re right or wrong.

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communication skills may be tied to creativity, which in turns stems from curiosity. a very potent force that seems to be on the decline in society. doesn’t bode well.

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[designing the best way to arrange a gift]: the kind of problem you like solving – more like a puzzle than a problem is how you see it. life would be infinitely peaceful & much more fun if you could see all obstacles that way. much easier to accept what appear to be trials & tribulations if seen as puzzles to be solved.

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work situation makes you doubt your ability & that affects all aspects of the job. and life, dear one.

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Loving Kindness: Consider ”trying to release.” Pretty much impossible, isn’t it? Release means letting go. Trying means holding on. So: holding on to letting go. That’s what you’re doing.

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