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By Christin Lore Weber

ISBN-10: 1890246026

ISBN-13: 9781890246020


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The voice of God. "Anyw-ay," Sharon continues, HJ did give Katie a call the very next day and asked her if she would help me. That was a very big step for me and she said she would. from then on she just helped me. She loved me until 1 could love myself. The most important thing she did was to get me back to the Cod that I'd always • - A CRY IN THI': DESERT- known. I came from losing everything. myself included. I was very low with no confidence at all. and now I'm working and doing a real good job.

Hen whal? And I respond: Would feal"ing it have helped? It would have depleted me. We have all we need to meet each moment with whatever i\ contains. The moment we call "death" is no different from the others. Each moment passes to leave space for the higher good. "The highest good will come when you wait and let that highest good come forth in peace. Because when we let go, it leaves a vacuum that the universe has 10 rill. It has to: it is a law. KS O as long as you are in contraction. in fear, it cannot move in, but through the letting go, something higher comes in, and that will be perfect.

Now I know it's troe. It was the only time, in all those years, that anything ever worked as far as quieting the voices to the point that I could concentrate, could understand what was going on. Let me tell you. though, there's still a part of me, sometimes, that says it's a lot of bunk! Then 1 go ahead and eat the wrong food, and then I go nuts again because I would like to be normal-whatever that is. And it's not a possibility for me to do the things other people are able to do and live a sane life.

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