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June 12, 2007

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Marjorie

What a beautiful post! I really liked how you translated the tele-preacher's message into something you could understand, and thereby show us that we can understand one another if we try.
I read a book Ask and It Is Given. It was from a different spiritual perspective than my own, but it seemed to follow the theme. I have never read The Power of Positive Thinking, but I cannot help but wonder if that is not also similar.
When I hear such a similar message coming from such widely varied sources, I cannot help but prick up my ears.
Thanks for this post and the reminder that not attempting to control others does not mean that you are not preparing them, not hoping for them, it just acknowledges that they are unique individuals.
Anyway, thats what I got out of it and I thank you for it!

Steph

FANTASTIC post! I have never heard Olsteen (I don't watch T.V. whether tele-preachers are on or not - *LOL*) but this idea really spoke to me, too.

Lill

I'm going to re-read this every once in awhile when I get to thinking that maybe our path isn't the right one. It's so hard to follow a different path in this world. Thanks for the light that you've shone on the way.

Shine On,
Lill

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