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Thou shalt not steal

In conversation recently with the Ballachulish Babes we came to explore the commandment `Thou shalt not steal`. What emerged  was a look at how we steal our own time by distracting from our inner journey,.
How much time we spend being in the past, or the future, or distracting in so many different ways form being fully present to the here and now. We came to the conclusion that the journey of the mystics is to be fully present to the Beloved at all times...  I wonder, do monks and nuns always look so much younger because they spend more time with God?

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https://www.rush-my-essay.com/ on 23 July 2018 09:22
I love to live in present as what happened in the past we can’t make it correct and what will happen in the future we have no idea. So right there we have our present and we can make it happen.
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loemrntdherid1 on 06 September 2018 02:42
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best essays service on 26 June 2019 09:54
You weren't talking about the literal stealing of a material possession, which is easier to relate to if you have either been a victim of burglary or the perpetrator of the crime. It is harder to come to a realization that indeed time can be stolen - your own time by you. Our inability to move on or to dwell on things that are beyond our control is stealing the time we should be spending on the present. There are so many thing you could be doing now to prepare for a good future, but you are not doing that because you are stuck in the past.
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paper writing service australia on 07 July 2019 21:59
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