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    • Thanks dear Neal Hansen – usually we blame others, see first mistakes in them, not ours – we also critisize others first, instead of critisizing ourselves in the same way – if we would really do it, indeed we would not have anymore time to blame others but would be busy enough with ourselves to weed out our own shortcomings – one by one.

      Thank you and have a great day
      Didi

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    • Thank you, dear Chuck πŸ™‚
      Yes, all needs to put into practice – our thoughts must be in conformity with our words and deeds – then we are in harmony with ourselves. When many people follow this: that we treat people as we ouselves wish to be treated – then we will see a better world…
      Thank you, dear Chuck πŸ™‚
      Enjoy your day πŸ™‚
      Didi

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    • Thanks a lot dear Kamal πŸ™‚
      Or the alternative: to love God first, as God is living in every heart – so that we can love everyone, and we ourselves are included in this love. To love ourselves with the right love is also possible, but this is walk on the edge of a razorblade, because there is also a danger of selfish love, or ego-love and unfortunately many people cannot really discriminate this as they are fallen victims of their own mind. To become conscioius is not an easy path indeed.

      Thank you very much, my friend πŸ™‚
      Hugs and love
      Didi

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