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July 24, 2012

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Frozen Chrome

Thank you for sharing.

To develop a wholesome sense of continued self-awareness that is not solely focus on Ego is quite a difficult but rewarding trait, given the Western world we live in. Tis a life long process that continually offers wonders as the trait matures and matures.

Kent Thune

Thanks, FC. I agree that Ego is difficult to overcome in the Western world. I'll add that it can be an act of Ego to fight against human nature.

Therefore, I have found that embracing Ego for what it is, but recognizing it, helps minimize its grasp.

In a similar way, I don't fight thoughts that come to my mind. I just observe them and let them pass, just as I watch the clouds pass in the sky. They are both aspects of nature.

Thanks for the comment...

Kent

Jennifer

Nice post. I like the way you start and then conclude your thoughts. Thanks for this information .I really appreciate your work, keep it up

Jim C

Great piece/peace!
Thanks!

Legal Incense

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