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Thanks so much for this post. I needed to read these wise words today. I have been in a place where I feel I need to be emptied and begin all over again. I am going to print these words out and post them on my desk. Wishing you a wonderful weekend ...

Thanks for the inspiration, there is much truth here in these words.

Let me say thank you, too. The timing of this post is perfect. "If you want to be reborn, let yourself die." This has been the lesson of the last two years of my life, and it was only this week that I realized it.

It's really neat how it works out ... I post something that I need to hear, and it touches other people as well. I really appreciate getting that feedback.

I was going to write a little commentary in my post, but then I thought, "just let the words speak for themselves."

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