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You bring up such a profound concept - separating what we have from who we are. I believe we all were conditioned to measure who we are by what he have or have accomplished. So the lesson is very important - decide on who you want to be, not what you want to have. We need to hear and see this message often enough so that we internalize it. It really is the key to contentment.
#1 John Chancellor (Link) on 2009-12-10 07:49 (Reply)
Hi Dr. Kruger - I love this post. A number of years ago I noticed that, for me, there would never be enough money AND somehow, however much I had was always enough! And I used part of your quote in our Daily Attraction Tip today. Attractively, Alan Hickman
#2 Alan Hickman (Link) on 2009-12-11 14:41 (Reply)

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