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Thank You Brad.
As with many things/feelings, new levels of awareness, and even physical necessities--this article which I just read, found me at exactly the RIGHT time (and not necessarilly when I EXPECTED it), and it cam to me in a form that was "APPROPRIATE" but noe what I Was EXPECTING to find. It meants a lot and I needed to be reminded of all of these traits that had always been such an integral part of my outlook and aproach to life-passively-before this last bout of difificulties, I simply took it for granted that "everyone" walkd through life in this manner, with these characteristics. In fact, until I read it, I didn't truly know there was a name for it. I NEEDED to be reminded of those qualities that i had allowed life to let me forget...thank YOU!
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