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Emotional Dependency

Emotional dependency is a condition that affects all of mankind to one degree or another.

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The Parable of Pebbles

I do not want to take credit for this article, however I ran into it several months ago and have intended to post it in order to share with you who are following this website. I cannot tell you the intense feelings of life scrutiny I experience each time I read this tale. I hope that it helps many in their journey of life experience and discovery.

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Rambling Thoughts

I ran across the following thoughts from great minds and souls that have come and gone before us. I am often deeply touched by the constancy of truth and enlightenment that continually flows and courses through all ages of time.

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wa-ter-shed (wô'tar-shed') - revisited

wa-ter-shed (wô'tar-shed') n.

1. The region draining into a river, river system, or other body of water.

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wa-ter-shed (wô'tar-shed') n.

wa-ter-shed (wô'tar-shed') n.

1. The region draining into a river, river system, or other body of water.

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Who Stole One of my Bread Sticks?

Recently, while having lunch with my daughter at a local restaurant, a family sat down several tables away. It appeared to be a three-generation family as there were grandparents, parents and children. The family had filled their plates and settled at their table, and the older child, a boy, about 50-75 lbs.

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The Automobile Junk Yard

In my teens, on many occasions I would go to the auto junk yard to get parts for various cars I owned. On one such occasion I went to a yard that I had never been to before.

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Our Bridges

We all have bridges in our lives. Over our lifetimes, beginning as little children, we built bridges. At the same time, people, events and circumstances built bridges to us.

As you are reading this, pause for a moment and look inward and observe the many bridges that connect you with the “external” world. The picture below may help to visualize the many types of bridges that are possible.

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Letting Go - Simplicity Vs. Complexity

Many of us approach our lives as though we need to make better things happen. We think we need to change the negatives of the past to positives in the future. Our memories tell us that we need to do something about it.

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The Power Of Thought - Part One

The power of thought is independent of our power of will. We do not create thought; we choose thought. We have the power–through free will Thought–to choose any thought, with any content. Yet, we do not have the power to choose the content, which includes the quality, or the effect. As well, neither can we change the power of the thought/s we choose.

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