Lessons learned about welfare

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Being present in the moment is your key to
  being welcome, willing, and wonderful

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How does the concept of welfare make you feel?

To reset your welfare button here are a few ideas about welfare
for your consideration.


…focus is on choice, health, and well-being

…is an ethical concept

…is seen as security for every one

Conclusions, and takeaways

Protect. and savor welfare — others, and your own since welfare
of each, and every one must be considered, and preserved!

You are able to take your lessons learned about welfare to the
next level when you…

Are ready to see welfare of others as you see your own welfare
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Bottom line: Welfare must be a consideration for, and of every

The choice is yours!

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lessons learned about welfare.

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What are your lessons learned about welfare?

As soon as you accept, and feel safe to share how your lessons learned
about welfare
has helped you get more done with less distress share
them below…

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

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