Be kind to everyone, because…Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on October 23, 2012
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I hope you are doing well today. I am happy to be alive and able to do what I am doing with my time. Yesterday, I wrote an article, Be kind to everyone, because… .
I wrote this article to share an awareness that was reinforced over the past weekend. The awareness helped me to change the way that I viewed and thought about specific people. The awareness helped me to experience a new freedom.
The awareness helped me to experience a freedom surrounding these individuals.
The awareness helped me to experience a freedom in myself – Serenity.
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