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1 Cary W = "We forget that our very being is love for many reasons, but the result is the same: we then get trapped in thinking love and loving experiences to be found "out there".  The love we experience outside of ourselves is merely a reflection of God at work within us."
2 Cary W = "Great question to ask continually before all choices.... am I loving myself by eating this, saying such and such or doing this particular task.  Funny thing is once the question is pondered, its answer is usually very quick and very clear as to whether it was born of love or not."
3 Cary W = "When we wake up to a new day, and remember that in our own person we contain all that God has already given, love, His peace and wisdom, we approach the day as already full of blessings, yet to be seen.  We emerge into daily life a cup full ready to pour out all that abundance hiding within.  And we attract the same blessing.  So cool!"
4 Cary W = "The notion that we can control ourselves, another or even another thing is really arrogant and foolish, for all great and creative work and interactions are born of being in the flow and allowing life to just express itself through us.  Seriously, we do not know enough to really control anything.  Yet being in the flow allows us to align with the One Source in control and thus have great success, prosperity and blessed productivity."
5 Cary W = "Virility is a sure sign of life!  As well as health and well being.  The lack thereof may also be indicators those precious commodities are not well or are lacking, and that your being needs some attention, preferably in the for of tender loving care!"
6 Cary W = "Giving of one's own love lavishly, not withholding affection and appreciation, but actually keeping oneself always in the mode of loving and appreciation is the most profound blessing one gives the self as well as to the world around us."