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Do you believe in wisdom and inner guidance?

For me, wisdom isn't special; it is natural. Guidance isn't rare it is everywhere. Both wisdom and inner guidance is just about accepting. If you accept that your Self is Whole, worthy and well. Wisdom and inner guidance are yours, even if there is only a little bit of willingness; can bring untold amounts of wisdom. Just a thought.

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    Aug 3 2013: John D. Rockefeller followed his inner guidance. By the age of 53 he was the wealthiest man in the world. He was also a most miserable man, being respected, envied, and despised. He had no real friends. His health was so bad that it was expected he wouldn't live another year. It was then that he came to the realization that should he die, he couldn't take a single dime with him. With that revelation, he thought about what he could do to give back to the world. He founded the Rockefeller center and poured millions into charitable organizations. In giving back, his life took a turn in a positive direction. He began to sleep peacefully, regained his appetite, and his health improved almost miraculously. The love he was projecting returned to him tenfold. The man who wasn't expected to reach his 54th birthday went on to live to the ripe old age of 98. (Taken from "None of These Diseases" by S.I.McMillen, M.D.)

    Inner wisdom has to come from something beyond ourselves. We are easily deceived by our own desires. Only when we see ourselves as part of a greater whole do we truly see.

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