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"The only hope of transforming the world from the 'tsunami of violence' is for each of us to Become the Change We Wish To See in the World. Bryant McGill shows us the way." —Dr. Arun M. Gandhi, Grandson of Mahatma Gandhi

I think we are all born with a certain theme to our lives. I'm not sure I believe in destiny, but I do believe in themes. There are themes in my life that I see over and over again. A life theme is like a common thread or a topic in your life that keeps recurring. For some, the thrust of their life is marked by some vague ambiguity with a few pleasant keynotes here and there. For others, the theme of their life is a dull pain with piercing keynotes of agony. Some lives are burdened with a sense of no destiny whatsoever — which is their theme. For me, I spent most of my life running away from my themes, but I eventually discovered you can't run from them forever — they always reappear. They'll come back in one form or another until you finally acknowledge them. It was not until I embraced the themes of my life, what some people call destiny, that I began to be released from them, or rather released into them.

You see, everything is trying to complete itself in this world and we are no different. We search for what we believe is missing, to fill the gaps; to complete ourselves. If only the world taught us we are already born complete, but it seems to teach us the opposite; digging a huge hole in us that we try to fill — too often in destructive ways. I would like to say I searched for my completion with intelligence, deliberation and dignity, but it was more like an awkward fumbling; like stubbing your toe in a dark room. Sometimes I reacted more like a wild animal than a dignified person. At some point in your life, you start to ask yourself the question of whether or not you can get through that dark room without breaking your leg. You start thinking that there must be a better way to learn the lessons that you need to learn, without so much pain. Yes, I would like to say that it was because of my brilliance that I found wisdom and completion; that would've been nice, but it's not true. Pain was my compass in life. Unease and fear were my guides; not angels, but my own demons. Suffering is one of life's greatest teachers. And if you're not a very good student, then these teachings will be continually tragic. As it was for me; I was a poor student and had to learn the lessons over and over again. But as I will attempt to impart in the book; tragedy contains opportunity — the greater the tragedy, the greater the opportunity.

Life's pressure is equal to your resistance.  
  Your grief has endless time.  
Your sadness is bottomless.  
  Your worries are relentless.  
Your resentment is unquenchable.  
  Your fears are unmovable.  
Every dimension of your suffering will instruct you,  
  Until you have learned your essential lessons.

Some people say that life is just a classroom where we come to learn all the things that we need to complete ourselves. But why does it have to be so hard? I discovered that it doesn't have to be hard and there are easier ways. One of the defining moments in my life was in learning to not unnecessarily resist things. Willfulness is often a mindset of self-battery. It's very tricky, in that it can seem like strength when really it is just arrogance. But you can't resist the whole world. It will wear you down over time. In fact, it seems like the whole purpose of life is to humble you, and made humble we certainly are — or will be.

I have been humbled more than once in my life. Memory is pretty merciful, at least in my life. Much of my distant past is so vague it seems like a dimly remembered dream. Trauma mercifully seems to blot out the periods of its betiding, like a compassionate amnesia, but many sweet moments are also lost in that personal fog of war. And so, my childhood is a landscape of forgotten beauties. When I close my eyes I travel there like a walk in the night where I only see shadows and highlights of fading memories. But the one thing I continue to grasp for is the innocence of that little boy; a child who was curious about everything — who was always laughing and making others laugh, but who in private had many fears and troubles.

I spent a lot of time alone as a child. In the dark woods covered in thick Kudzu vines amongst giant oaks draped in sleepy Spanish moss, I would spend my time day-dreaming. This is where my dialogue as a writer began, as whispers back and forth with the trees. The open flowers and honeysuckles were like microphones — they were all listening to me and understood me, and I drew understanding from them. It is in nature that I found my voice through my own imaginary world — an only child with no real friends. Alone in nature I was safe from the remarkable bullies who tormented me and tried to pollute my innocence with their demented cruelty, fear and self-loathing. Like it had been put in them, it was put in me; they transmitted their fear to me like the disease it is — their viciousness, ignorance, and rage infected me. The way the Kudzu vines strangle a forest is how my innocence was overcome; a slow and relentless act of suffocation and domination that stole a part of my childhood.

Much of my life has been a mourning of my loss of innocence; an attempt to reach out to that scared child and save him — to excavate him from his demolished spirit which was swallowed in the earthquake of coming-of-age with no sense of belonging. When you don't feel loved as a child you will search for belonging for the rest of your life because you are afraid of love. Not belonging becomes a safe place. I belonged to that loneliness. I belonged to the woods. I belonged to the red clay roads. I belonged to the blackberry vines and the blue jays. I belonged to the crimson and white azaleas. I belonged to wildness and the wind. As a Son of Dixie, I would whistle, hum and sing — alone. I looked like a character from the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn; dirty, bruised, sun-kissed and freckled. I was just a little boy running around barefoot on a dirt road in the middle of nowhere Alabama. I may have been a hick, but I could run! At dusk, often on my way home, I would run barefoot through a five-acre field of dew-covered grass. I was running wildly on the tips of my toes with such speed that all I could hear was the loud wind blowing in my ears. I felt like Mercury or an Indian brave, and my energy seemed inexhaustible. I could run like the wind; feeling my power rushing through me. That memory is a highlight in childhood. It's the freest I ever felt in my youth.

Everything I write about is really about freedom. Freedom is everything; being free from falsehood, fear, control, and your own demons. A heart's call for freedom can be its own form of bondage in a world of liberty lost. Nothing can torment you more than yearning for freedom in a world of civic enslavement. No more trees to climb; no more careless adventures; no more dreams — just living a scripted life where you barely even remember who you are, only who you were told to be. Our routine and responsibility becomes a form of amnesia where we forget who we are while we slowly die inside. Many more die by routine than by corporeal death. But you can remember again. You can be free. You can reclaim your innocence. You can dream again. You can awaken.

A new chance can begin through your inner-life by making peace with yourself through total acceptance. You can co-exist peacefully with your past and present when you learn to respect your journey. You can rekindle the fires of your imagination and let the light lead you to the best of what is old, and all that is new. I have learned that the past cannot be left behind. A rich life-story is dependent on every chapter from beginning to end. It is always the things we run from or try to forget that hold us back. Forgetting your childhood is like a form of child abandonment. I believe the reason writers write and readers read, is to remember. The way to move forward is to simply remember; remember who you really are. It is only when you accept who you truly are that you can access the potential of who you could be. I have remembered who my true self is, and this remembrance has given the treasure of myself back to me and has kept me alive. May you discover the wonderful treasure of yourself too. May you walk the path of your dreams in delight, with grace and ease. To live fully awake and to feel fully alive and free is the most courageous of all dreams. But, the wake-up is not always fast; sometimes the wake-up comes in an instant, but sometimes it takes a lifetime.

From a young age something kept whispering to me, that things were not right with the world; that something was not right with me, an innocent by-product of an unnatural and dis-eased society. There was a call in my heart to journey beyond the path placed before me, and one day, I answered that call. As a troubled teen, with deep turmoil and fear in my heart, and with two apples and twelve dollars as my only possessions, I walked to the highway at the end of my country dirt road, stuck out my thumb, and like a leaf in the wind, I blew away into the great, wide-open world. I hitchhiked thousands of miles away. I left my friends, my family, and my hometown, and I did not return or communicate with them for the better part of twenty years. I went on a journey; a journey that lead me within.

At a certain point on this journey, I began disconnecting from the construct of illusions in the consumer driven, consensus-reality called, "the modern civilized world." I turned off the television for two decades. I unplugged myself. I worked to erase the programming that had been sewn into the fabric of my consciousness by our society's hidden masters. I began dismantling the artificial edifices that had been erected in my heart, mind and soul since birth, by unknown builders. Brick by brick, word by word: advertisements, slogans, cliches, judgments — layer by layer, I took down the false idols and symbols of identity, belief, self, pride, ego, ambition, and so-called knowledge. I questioned every belief and fact a person can "know." I doubted everything, especially, all of that which I professed to "know" with absolute certainty. Something in me told me not to believe! Unknowing became my comfortable friend.

I began teaching myself meditation and spending quiet time in nature. In the quietness, I could hear the whispers from within, "Freedom. Truth. Beauty. Peace. Love." My fear began to diminish and I finally felt more supported, self-assured and safe. I stood outside and looked up into the vault of the heavens. I invited truth and the universal power of creation into my life. I let the animals, the sun, the stars, the moon, the insects, the elements and the quietness become my guides. And as the saying goes, "When the student is ready, the teacher will appear." And so it was, that when I was ready, my teachers did appear. One after the other, some of the greatest minds in history would open their lives and hearts to me with their friendship, mentoring and tutelage. Eminent naturalists, great poets, renowned thinkers, prolific authors, great spiritualists; these elders all appeared one-by-one, each offering me a gift, which was selflessly given in love, for they knew then what I know now. They gave me what I wish to give to you with each word I write.

Decades later when I would learn of the Zen mantra, "great doubt: great awakening; little doubt: little awakening; no doubt: no awakening," I could only smile knowing this simple truth had already transformed my life in so many ways. Buddha's admonition that one, "Believe nothing, no matter where you read it, or who said it, no matter if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and your common sense," had been a path I had instinctively followed. That very ethos had led me to a grand reunion with my original self, my authentic-self, my higher-self, my true soul, and my innermost beauty.

All of my teachers had prepared me for meeting my greatest teacher — myself. When we connect with ourselves we commune with a perfect partner for learning. Connecting with yourself and knowing yourself is a monumental and life changing event. Once you connect with yourself, it is impossible to be lonely or desperate. Loneliness and desperation are only possible when we lose touch with our beauty within. Connecting with myself changed me, opened me and healed me, and it all happened because I had begun to love myself and see the positive in life. I had been touched. I had awakened. I looked around and saw that the ugly world was a different and more beautiful place because I was different and more beautiful. I had somehow emerged on the other side of the looking glass. I was on the beautiful path; a positive life path, walking hand-in-hand, with the dreamers, believers, lovers and keepers of the vision of a kinder and more beautiful world.

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For some, the thrust of their life is marked by some vague ambiguity with a few pleasant keynotes here and there. For others, the theme of their life is a dull pain with piercing keynotes of agony. Some lives are burdened with a sense of no destiny whatsoever — which is their theme. For me, I spent most of my life running away from my themes, but I eventually discovered you can't run from them forever — they always reappear. They'll come back in one form or another until you finally acknowledge them.
It was not until I embraced the themes of my life, what some people call destiny, that I began to be released from them, or rather released into them.
Everything is trying to complete itself in this world and we are no different.
If only the world taught us we are already born complete, but it seems to teach us the opposite; digging a huge hole in us that we try to fill — too often in destructive ways.
I would like to say that it was because of my brilliance that I found wisdom and completion; that would've been nice, but it's not true. Pain was my compass in life. Unease and fear were my guides; not angels, but my own demons.
Suffering is one of life's greatest teachers.
As it was for me; I was a poor student and had to learn the lessons over and over again.
Tragedy contains opportunity — the greater the tragedy, the greater the opportunity.
One of the defining moments in my life was in learning to not unnecessarily resist things.
Willfulness is often a mindset of self-battery. It's very tricky, in that it can seem like strength when really it is just arrogance.
You can't resist the whole world. It will wear you down over time.
It seems like the whole purpose of life is to humble you, and made humble we certainly are — or will be.
Trauma mercifully seems to blot out the periods of its betiding, like a compassionate amnesia, but many sweet moments are also lost in that personal fog of war.
Like it had been put in them, it was put in me; they transmitted their fear to me like the disease it is — their viciousness, ignorance, and rage infected me.
Freedom is everything; being free from falsehood, fear, control, and your own demons.
A heart's call for freedom can be its own form of bondage in a world of liberty lost.
Nothing can torment you more than yearning for freedom in a world of civic enslavement.
No more trees to climb; no more careless adventures; no more dreams — just living a scripted life where you barely even remember who you are, only who you were told to be.
Our routine and responsibility becomes a form of amnesia where we forget who we are while we slowly die inside.
Many more die by routine than by corporeal death.
You can remember again. You can be free. You can reclaim your innocence. You can dream again. You can awaken.
A new chance can begin through your inner-life by making peace with yourself through total acceptance.
You can co-exist peacefully with your past and present when you learn to respect your journey.
You can rekindle the fires of your imagination and let the light lead you to the best of what is old, and all that is new.
I have learned that the past cannot be left behind.
A rich life-story is dependent on every chapter from beginning to end.
It is always the things we run from or try to forget that hold us back.
Forgetting your childhood is like a form of child abandonment.
The way to move forward is to simply remember; remember who you really are.
It is only when you accept who you truly are that you can access the potential of who you could be.
To live fully awake and to feel fully alive and free is the most courageous of all dreams.
When we connect with ourselves we commune with a perfect partner for learning.
Connecting with yourself and knowing yourself is a monumental and life changing event.
Once you connect with yourself, it is impossible to be lonely or desperate.
Loneliness and desperation are only possible when we lose touch with our beauty within.
Life's pressure is equal to your resistance.
Every dimension of your suffering will instruct you until you have learned your essential lessons.

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Tamborah Harrison - Facebook
Beautiful story of enlightenment! Thank you for sharing I needed this..this moment this evening

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Varun K. Sharma - Facebook
Exactly same happens with me...and I'm progressing on this roller coaster ride with hope, doubt, questions and inspiration from every element of nature!! :)

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Sergio Esteban de Chazal - Facebook
TRUE

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Corrie Ann Gray - Facebook
This couldn't be more true.

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Michelle Ochie Richardson - Facebook
Thank you for this reminder Bryant. Namaste'

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Billy Ceizler - Facebook
100% / SO TRUE !! Thanks Bryant

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Carolyn Pitt - Facebook
Very true...

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Kelebek Cousijn - Facebook
wow moved to tears and just like kelebek .

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Paula Lundquist - Facebook
I want to know how to do this for myself. I have been disconnected for so long!

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Alma Lopez - Facebook
I should ponder on this

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Jennifer Hocker - Facebook
Moved to tears. Beautiful and inspiring; thank you for sharing.

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Valerie D'cunha - Facebook
Wow !

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Tracey Altham - Facebook
have only ever been lonely wen in a bad relationship

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Anne-Mie Heeren - Facebook
Not true! When you connect with yourself you meet your inner child. And maybe that child has been very lonely and desperate...

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Linda Vatrano - Facebook
so true

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Amy Oliver - Facebook
Thank goodness somebody said this!!! I wish more people actually understood it! {A <3}

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Nomgross Zide - Facebook
Amen

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Mystie Dragonfly - Facebook
Humans are pack animals. We need companionship. Even the most enlightened monks are in a temple with other monks. Connecting with your inner self does not stop the longing for another human friend.

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Carolina Beatriz - Facebook
I understand your point, but at the same time I have felt the difference when you we are connected with ourselves, you can feel that need of another human being,eventhough, be happy with yourself.

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Donna Hewko - Facebook
thats sort of weird. where can you go with 12 dollars at a young age, and no one to support you financially. does not sound like a good adventure at all.

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Roberto L. Dominguez - Facebook
So. You don't have a dark side?

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Audrianna Crystal Rice - Facebook
Truth

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Jessie B Williams - Facebook
Lovely!

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Pamela Lopez-Tyler - Facebook
Beautiful.

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Shawna Davis - Facebook
Beautiful !!!!!!

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Varun K. Sharma - Facebook
Exactly same happens with me...and I'm progressing on this roller coaster ride with hope, doubt, questions and inspiration from every element of nature!!

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Laura Alderson - Facebook
Amazing!

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Shirley Ward - Facebook
Amen!

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Mark R Mclaren - Facebook
I'd buy some peanut butter to put on those two apples

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Jane DeNofa - Facebook
Where was Jesus in your journey? He says I Am The Way The Truth and The Life. No man comes to the Father, but through me.

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Krystal Logan - Facebook
So true...you learn how to entertain yourself too:) Also, it's ok to be alone without feeling lonely if you are comfortable with yourself.

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Al Tann - Facebook
can a ever be able to do that

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Basudeb Tripathy - Facebook
Yes ... Yes ...

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Basudeb Tripathy - Facebook
True

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Cruise Breeze - Facebook
all u need to do is to order our private world....we're always too busy with stuff that we fail to connect with God (our Creator) and hence losing ourselves along the way....feeling so alone in a crowded world.

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Helen Gordon - Facebook
I wish it was that simple

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Cindy Rosa Pelzar - Facebook
hmmmmmmmm, i get it but being alone 24>7 not so good

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Timothy McKinney - Facebook
I live this!

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Lynne Staton - Facebook
Very true

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Jeff Bateman - Facebook
I am in the process of finding myself again....funny how lost you can get and not even know it...

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Liz K Gale - Facebook
Is this true and how do i get there because im so lost

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Delia McQuality - Facebook
Love it!

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Rowana Bishop - Facebook
Unless you happen to get mixed up with a psychotic partner along the way who breaks down your confidence and personality!

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Pam Thornton - Facebook
just what I needed to hear today...

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Michelle Owens - Facebook
Jo this sounds like you! Love you.

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Theresa DelVecchio - Facebook
It is very true.....Go to church, one (1) hr. out of your week isn't asking a lot.

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Kristin Marie Ferrell Allington - Facebook
If you are Diana Dworin you will never be desperate or lonely regardless because you are too dang cute and loveable.

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Irene Szymczak - Facebook
Once you connect with God, you'll never be alone.

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Becky Nazareth - Facebook
TRUE!

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Kari Doll - Facebook
Boy ain't THAT the truth!

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Maximus Prime - Facebook
true

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Carla-marie Fletcher - Facebook
true x

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Estela Lozano - Facebook
True

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Kim Hafl Harrison - Facebook
Just saying I was feeling lonely and then I get this!!!

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April Brothers - Facebook
Once I connected with Christ and continue on that journey

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Gina Burch Walters - Facebook
to connect with God ~ you HAVE to connect with yourself

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Suzanne Maroney - Facebook
I am my best friend...

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Melanie Wenona Leano - Facebook
Love this...

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Robert Gleason - Facebook
Jesus H. Christ. It hasn't a thing to do with god; what is wrong with you people ?

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Angela Timbs Howard - Facebook
Amen

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Robert Gleason - Facebook
yeah, i've been doing that since 1984

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Kyle Silva - Facebook
So true !

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KidRoy Parker - Facebook
true that.ilike that.

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Chekz Wylef - Facebook
Watcha gonna do now?

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Diane Watson - Facebook
For Real!!!!:)))!!!

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Samantha Jane Leversha - Facebook
It means learn to love and care for yourself, respect yourself, and be kind to yourself, that is how you connect with YOURSELF! it says nothing about god or religion!!

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Mary Leblanc - Facebook
that is so true

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Positive Lala Samedy - Facebook
Very true....

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Lisa Gillaspie - Facebook
That's the dumbest thing I've heard in a while.

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Abdi Vuitton - Facebook
For real!!!!

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Linda Rizzo - Facebook
true

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Michele Entenman - Facebook
This page would be more encouraging and helpful if someone came back and explained/ answered people's questions.

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Ellonder Squires - Facebook
YES IT IS

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Christine Astrospirit Klein - Facebook
absolutely true.....

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Mechelle Ressler Dunn - Facebook
wish I knew how to stop feeling alone

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Marg Bos - Facebook
Oh so true!!!

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Grace C. Grant-Beebe - Facebook
always some religious person gotta add their push ups.

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Katie Miller - Facebook
AMEN!!

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Thailog Wu - Facebook
Lies

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Kiley Vasquez - Facebook
Soooo true!

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Cathy Crouch - Facebook
Your spirit and God's spirit become one!

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Sherry Volkey - Facebook
Agree 100%

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Patty Miller - Facebook
Lake not true....

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Angelica Jimenes - Facebook
God live withing us

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Liz Wichman - Facebook
For me, I would replace the word yourself, with the name God, and then I agree a hundred percent!

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Chit Jensen - Facebook
i will try

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Neal Fancher - Facebook
possibly, I have yet to find out.

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Feby Tandiary - Facebook
nop it is still possible

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Patricia Cannedy - Facebook
Love this.

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Shanni Wass - Facebook
Amen!

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Todd Grandy - Facebook
That's so true

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William Ranta - Facebook
Yeah but it is hard to feel the warmth of a hug when you are alone now isn't that true?

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Deb Oatman - Facebook
Absolutely ....

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Aunt Lois - Facebook
LOVE IT!!!

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Vanika Jain - Facebook
Great

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Adedeji Bukola Aj - Facebook
yes ooooo, so true nd GOD is the ultimate

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Dema Mackay - Facebook
Thanx for this tag!

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Rachel Gomez-Fontana - Facebook
Absolutely!!

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Dema Mackay - Facebook
I'm saying thats my mantra!

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Chenee Pelletier Andrade - Facebook
So true

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Jean Louise Simons - Facebook
Nothing to do with god!

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Kelly Koppana - Facebook
True

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Yeti Rose - Facebook
This is so right on!!

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Gulok Dey - Facebook
truth

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Christina T. Siaki - Facebook
I don't EVER want to be lonely, desperate or thirsty!!!!

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Carina Sandgren - Facebook
How do you do that....?

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Karina Singer - Facebook
Thats kinda deep! Guess I better get to connecting...

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Sonia Carter - Facebook
That is me.xx

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Janneth Checa Hall - Facebook
I am there.

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Tee Johnson - Facebook
I wish more people would understand and experience this.

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Diana Scappaticci - Facebook
So true Salvatore Bruno learn to love who you truly are inside.

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Liliane Graham - Facebook
So true....for me anyway!

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Shei Cancino - Facebook
Why?...

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Catherine A. Crosby - Facebook
I wish I could comment to this with a picture

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Mari Oliver - Facebook
Exactly

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Salvatore Bruno - Facebook
This is what I need to learn!!

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Vicky Kai - Facebook
right

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Rebecca Robertson - Facebook
EXACTLY

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Carleshia McRae - Facebook
So true!

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Vi McKee - Facebook
True!!

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Julie Ortega-Sherman - Facebook
Amen !!~ <3

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Ingrid Duran - Facebook
exactly!!

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Gei S. Niemi - Facebook
absolutely!

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Angela Baker - Facebook
I have a lot to work on here

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PoeticStud Massey - Facebook
Love is love and God is love no one can't force what he Got in store for us all give love another try theres some one who will bring brightness in your lifes.Don't give up but don't sell self short love is oin the air find some one who will care.

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Irene Szymczak - Facebook
Once you connect with God, you'll never be alone.

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Yvonne Lumb - Facebook
Amen

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Ashley Mae Graham - Facebook
SOOOOOOOO true!!!!

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Jien Valencia - Facebook
I agree...

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Tseretheli Kethy - Facebook
yes it's truth, jsut with God we wont never be alone, perfectly right

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Benita Staebell-McCartney - Facebook
so true Irene

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Coty Ramsey - Facebook
so so so true

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Patricia Alsuwailem - Facebook
like

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Sylvia Gutierrez - Facebook
CORRECTION.....Once you connect with GOD you will NEVER feel lonely or desperate.

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Gloria Hatter - Facebook
So true ...

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Paulette Truman - Facebook
yes i know this well .. then scilance becomes golden and a carm settles in

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Dila Ela - Facebook
Sure

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Elaine M. Messier - Facebook
this is a difficult thing to do for some people...me included, but i believe that God is within each of us and to connect with yourself is a closer connection with God

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Sylvia Vazquez-Rosen - Facebook
Just had that experience...




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