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RE: [loa-players] Is it possible to Trust your Self?

From: wordgirl
Sent on: Tuesday, November 10, 2009 11:33 PM

I hope this link works...since it may not just google: wired then hit magazine, then scroll down to the article that says buddy system. Last article on the right hand side.

It has some interesting how effects of behavioral change last for four degrees of separation. Or stopping smoking worked to three degrees, or happiness. I read that a single smile has two more generations in each one. So the graphics show how we are all interconnected. I thought it was pretty neat.

Anyway. Good session tonite. You lucky dog going to Charles's Poetry night. So Alex says you should go there alone, Ericless until they're used to you. (Of course you'll have to see if they want you to come again after the initial intro!) (And don't be surprised if weed is consumed, you're hip). (And good luck and have fun!)

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To: [address removed]
Subject: [loa-players] Is it possible to Trust your Self?
Date: Tue, 10 Nov[masked]:55:54 -0500

Why it is important - vital! - to do so.
This is not a neutral universe. We are all being propelled toward our best possible version of our selves.
See you this evening when you will find out MORE...


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