SOUL SUPPORT: The grumbling experience

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In mindfulness practices accepting things as they are is the first step in responding creatively.

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  1. Steve Farina says:

    Hi Deb, my lack of comment on this is not due to lack of appreciation. For the past few days I have been pondering its implication for my life at this point in time, and how to apply it.
    I truly appreciate you sharing these bits of yourself.

  2. Deb Koffman says:

    thanks steve…appreciate that you take the time to contemplate!!! and i appreciate your commenting at all!

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