Lessons learned about unity

                   Weekly Reminder: Live in the present moment
                    “Being present in the moment is your key to
                      being receptive, relieved, and respected!

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Did you know how you feel about unity is related to how you feel about
your lessons learned about unity?

For your consideration here are a few ideas about unity.

Unity is…

…a gift to the world
…lowers your stress levels
…takes the stress out of stressful conversations

                               Conclusions, and takeaways

Accept your unity.

You take your lessons learned about unity to the next level  when you…

Are in the present moment
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Read The Power of Now

Bottom line: Unity of body-mind reduces distress, and eustress!

The choice is yours!

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learned about unity.

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We encourage you, and support you on your lessons learned about unity!

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