Adele Aldridge on November 19th, 2015
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Six in the fourth place

Find what inspires you.
Act like an honored guest in the situation.
Align with and serve your inspiration.
This can be an invitation, an opportunity to learn.
You will enjoy a special place when you have earned it.


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Adele Aldridge on November 4th, 2015
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Six in the third place

When it is a time to make a decision for taking a new direction
contemplate and view the larger landscape of your life.
What were your circumstances at birth?
Where have you been? Where are you now?
Think about the effect you have on others.
This is a time of contemplation to view the past
before taking the next step forward.

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Adele Aldridge on October 25th, 2015
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Six in the Second Place

The ancient Chinese said for this line,
“Watching through the crack of a door …”
advising that it was acceptable for a woman
to have a narrow view of the world
and not acceptable for a man.
Keeping a woman inside the house
before marriage was a way to guard her chastity.
How does this work in today’s world? In the free world?
Could having a narrow view of what is outside have value?
Contemplating: Maybe … depending on the situation?

We tend to view everything from our own limited perspective.
Work on having a larger understanding of your experience.

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Adele Aldridge on October 20th, 2015
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Six in the first place

When you are young or immature
you may begin to observe and contemplate.
You are not yet able understand the larger broader view of life.

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