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faith can apply to much besides the immediate connotation, including faith in your own kindness & willingness to question yourself. don’t let questions lead to judgments, dear one. let them lead to forgiveness & acceptance. the willingness to ask them is a blessing in itself.

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know more close-by neighbors than you ever have & like all of them. especially nice to see new (and new age) families. flexibility serves you well there. and elsewhere!

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feeling judgmental isn’t of service to you or to anyone else. especially now but there’s really no good time for it.

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you’ve rebelled against forced anything most of your life. especially intolerant when rationale is flawed or – even worse – nonexistent. it’s why outreach/right to know has been at the core of your career. the next weeks/months will be an interesting test for you – and the world.

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have always been haunted by history’s tragic stories. get angry at others’  arrogant indifference about them: why stories are doomed to be repeated. feel country and world are in very dark time now. so easy to slip past the tipping point.

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[My inner critic] Judge Betty’s expectations about a creative project are having an impact: it’s supposed to be easy & fun, by dang!

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afraid [a young friend] has some hard lessons to learn. her upbringing has given her a sense of slightly complacent entitlement. can only hope for the best & keep opinions to yourself.

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aware of negative inner critic kicking in and cut her off. she felt literally poisonously unpleasant. transform judgment to curiosity & watch what happens.

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life is too short for extended petulance.

 

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disdain for people who don’t agree with you would be better served by curiosity.

 

 

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