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Letting Go with Guy Finley

Letting Go with Guy Finley

Stop Looking for Good Reasons to Feel Bad!

Of this . . . you may be certain: any time you go looking for a reason why you feel so sad, mad, or miserable, you can be sure you’ll find what you’re looking for!

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Any lingering sense of sadness that permeates one’s life cannot be separated from the “smallness” of that person’s life.

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The only one interested in hearing your sad story is . . . you; and even you wish you didn’t have to relive it again!

  • http://www.themagictutu.typepad.com Amy Arnaz

    So apropos at this time, Guy. Thanks for the simple and to-the-point insights AGAIN. The mind likes to pick up something from 40 or more years ago and run with it. Easier to see this in others, of course! Great inspiration to start the day. Thank you!

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