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January 25, 2011


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I love your stuff keep them coming and thanks

Kent @ The Financial Philosopher

Thanks Fred. The positive remark helps confirm my efforts.




Engrossed in habitual thoughts of past and future, and you get caught up in your expectations. As the habitual thinking is born, awareness is lost, the present recesses into the fog of internal conversation, the moment passes you by, and you are left being MENTAL.

How and when to change or use a habit?
Certainly a Paradox.

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