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heard John Lewis on ‘On Being’ talk about how hard it is for people to express feelings. sounded almost perplexed about phrases like I love you & I’m sorry being so difficult to say. blessed to be perplexed: you understand very well.

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right this minute you have plenty. it’s all relative & you have the curiously-true benefit of having been on the other side of plenty. honor that experience. you trusted then & there’s every reason to trust now.

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feel this may be the calm before the storm but no way of knowing & no use in fretting.

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things didn’t go as expected & you felt that was your fault because you should [and can] control everything. just not true, dear one.

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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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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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[Writing about calling someone who’s been helpful in the past] no expectations! those only work with Loving Kindness.

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Loving Kindness: Honoring your true feelings is of great service to you. You are a world of feelings.

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long history of resentment when you feel left out/disregarded. but in this case allows you to plead ignorance [not that you’d ever plead!]. use it to your advantage, dear one.

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be happy [for a retiring co-worker], dear one. no benefits in jealousy. only poison.

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