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January 25, 2010

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jehara

i love worry dolls.

TWM

Shun the shit and shine the shinola but in the long haul everything WILL work out to the best possible conclusion if you remain adaptable and fluid.

Besides anyone who speaks in platitudes really is not the one to be listened to when seeking something.

claudia

I see it a bit differently. "Everything is going to be OK" has kept me going through difficult times. For me, it's not a promise that things will be perfect, just better than they are now. If I'm having a hard time and I'm not sure how to get out of the situation in which I find myself, and all of a sudden Bob Marley pops into my head telling me, "everything's gonna be ok," (it actually happened), I'm not going to sit there and argue! It keeps me going!

I suppose that if someone uses that as an excuse to not do things, then that's another story.

Claudia

Jehara - I do too. I hadn't thought of them in a long time.

TWMark - It's the flexibility that's hard. That's for sure. Letting go of the outcome is very healthy.

Claudia - Hey, that's a wonderful turn on the idea. Well done!

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