Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Daily Quotations

2014-05-07
Trying to argue, control, change, complain, deny, or undo one side of your self-talk is part of the dialogue of your self-talk.
Trying to argue, control, change, complain, deny, or undo one side of your self-talk will only maintain and reinforce the dialogue.
Trying to argue, control, change, complain, deny, or undo one side of your self-talk is exactly what your self-talk needs and wants in order to continue.
Trying to argue, control, change, complain, deny, or undo one side of your self-talk is your self-talk, but you are free to switch your identity and attention from your self-talk at any time.

Trying to argue, control, change, complain, deny, or undo one side of your self-talk may disguise or hide parts of it in darkness, but such actions will not change or stop any part of your self-talk.

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