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A new acquaintance asked me to explain why I step slowly and deliberately when descending stairs. He was startled at my unusual care and time-consuming pace, and a bit concerned that I would take offense at his questions. I explained the reason for my behavior in a few words, but he initially misunderstood my remarks to mean that I'd had cancer. So, I had to present the facts to him more eloquently.
Here's a recap of what I explained to him. I'm sharing it with you as a powerful reminder of the miracles that you can facilitate in your own life:
Okay, blog readers, what are your thoughts about that?
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