[also sometimes credited as Life In The Arctic]

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    General CommentYour presence of mind becomes a Presence in mind and body for good, so you are less affected by the negative pressures and principalities.
    Don't resent what comes to light. Bear the pain of failings.
    Don't blame anyone. Be aware of your past as it comes to light. Don't force, don't dig it up. Be aware of your part of the past or present trouble or involvements.
    Seeing the compulsiveness of your own behavior and attitude, you might then have some compassion upon those who mistreated you in the past.

    -an excerpt from the book How Your Mind Can Keep You Well: An Introduction to Stress Management, written by Roy Masters.

    Strangely, "don't force, don't dig it up" does not appear in the printing I've seen...
    marquiceriseon September 27, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthat was insightful but what did it have to do with this at all?
    dustybreezeon March 28, 2008   Link

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