Centering & When to Walk Away

Purge oneself of discouraging words
Choose your own words judiciously
‘Better to err on the side of caution’

Best let your soul do all the talking
when it comes down to brass tacks
Why argue over picayunish details
when you’re settled on the facts

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Author: Emma Beane

"My history is still one of those mysteries I struggle with every day..." - [ebeane] ... All original works Copyright Emma Beane

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