[I Never Decide If An Idea Is Good Or Bad Until I Try It. So Much Of What Gets In The Way Of Things Being Good Is Thinking That We Know. And The More That We Can Remove Any Baggage We're Carrying With Us, And Just Be In The Moment, Use Our Ears, And Pay Attention To What's Happening, And Just Listen To The Inner Voice That Directs Us, The Better.]

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"The cells in your body are completely loyal to you; they work for you in harmony. We can even say they pray to you. You are their God. That is absolutely the truth. Now what are you going to do with this knowledge?"

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