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To: Constitutions Grandchild

It’s true for mammals, though. If you speak over them kindly and make affirmations of worth and health and integrity, you’ll find it heals and calms and edifies not only temperament, but the physical functions. If you brow beat and tear folks down, they’ll have aches and pains and illness — real or imagined — will have a harder time recovering. That’s for real.


Explains Obama’s verbal assaults on this country for the last 3 years eh?


11 posted on 02/16/2011 1:52:36 PM PST by Freddd
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To: Freddd
A lot of folks are guilty of cursing their fig trees. The President is in a large company of people who believe hummility is evidenced by apologizing for success. There are also a lot of folks who believe it is their duty in life to teach others to be humble.

True humility is something so alien to that thought process, you would never be able to de-program people to understand what it really means.

He may also believe in superficial things which translate into his approach to all things — superficial analysis, superficial platitudes, superficial research which then require artifice which may be why a teleprompter is required. Once again, he is not alone in this. I know a lot of folks who are distracted by shiny, brightly colored things. They're distracted easily and usually are described in the kindest possible way as “painting with a broad brush”.

It has to do with what you've been trained up to recognize as good, solid values. He WOULD be the second Messiah had he come out of that childhood with those friends, mentors and neighbors in possession of the ability to distinguish superficial from the real thing.

12 posted on 02/16/2011 2:31:43 PM PST by Constitutions Grandchild
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