It is true, the moment one begins to battle the problems of the past, life will appear troublesome, mentally and physiologically. Remember, these problems are like great old trees, with deep fat imbedded roots in the soil of ones mind. These roots will not give way to ones will to change, easily. It requires steady, constant practice to not identify with the past, and to change ones present way of living according to that past. Too often, when the going gets tough, people retreat back into their hole of grief. One must avoid depression by not identifying with those negative thoughts and emotions of the past holiday times.

We are all children of the One Mother, the One Father, and to cling to an aspect of God, whatever form one choose, gives one an anchor of hope. By clinging to the anchor, one may look in all directions, now knowing…

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