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WHO ARE YOU
REALLY?
ISSUE #161 JUNE 2006
BY BILL HARRIS
ALSO:
THIS MONTH\u2019S
MINDQUOTES
GLOWING
TESTIMONIAL
OF THE MONTH
ONLINE COURSE:
LIFE PRINCIPLES
BOOK REVIEW
TEN ETERNAL
QUESTIONS
BY ZOE SALLIS
REVIEW BY MARC GILSON
\u00bb\u00bb\u00bb\u00bb\u00bb
JUNE 2006

Welcome to Issue #161 (June 2006) of MIND CHATTER
Mind Chatter is published once a month, on or about the 16th of each month.
Please send Mind Chatter to a friend, and please send us
your questions, comments, and suggestions.

MIND CHATTER contains articles about:

How you create your life\u2014and how you
can stop unconsciously creating
experiences and outcomes you do not
want, and instead begin to create
exactly what you do want

Personal and spiritual growth in general
Meditation (high- and low-tech)
Recovery from emotional trauma

Pretty much any other subject I get
excited about and want to write about.
After all, it\u2019s my company and my
newsletter, and I can do whatever
I want with it. So there.

03MINDQUOTES
Short quotes from various sources
offering succinct nuggets of wisdom
04RECOMMENDATIONS
A few recommendations to bene\ufb01t you
07 WHO ARE YOU,
REALLY?
By Bill Harris, Director
14GLOWING TESTIMONIALS
What our participants are saying!
15BOOK REVIEW
Ten Eternal Questions
by Zoe Sallis
Review by Marc Gilson
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MINDCHATTERJune 2006
MINDQUOTES

Let\u2019s not just transform
those in need, we can also
\ufb01nd ways to help transform
those in power

- unknown

The greatest good you can
do for another is not just
share your riches, but reveal
to them their own.

-Benjamin Disraeli
(1804-1881)

The mediocre teacher tells.
The good teacher explains.
The superior teacher
demonstrates. The great
teacher inspires.

- William Arthur Ward

Use what talent you possess:
the woods would be very
silent if no birds sang except
those that sang best.

-Henry Van Dyke
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MINDCHATTERJune 2006

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