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It’s a thin line

“a thin line” A very narrow division between two alternatives, one of which is much worse than the other. When sharing about spiritual experience the thin line mentioned above can become razor sharp and a partisan insistence can seem to … Continue reading

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Stress

“I cannot stress to you enough the importance of being present”. So, ‘stress’ is a deliberate impression made by someone or something upon a person, it is an emphasising. Can this definition inform any other applications of the word ‘stress’ … Continue reading

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