Questioning our thoughts: “Sally should call me more often.” Is this True?

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What’s true is always what’s happening, not the story about what SHOULD be happening. ~Byron Katie

“Sally should call me more often.”

Q: Is the source of my suffering Sally not calling me, or is it believing the thought, “Sally SHOULD call me more often.”?

As Byron Katie says, when we believe our thoughts we suffer. Why? Because we are mistaking a mind manufactured belief, a temporary appearance, for the Truth. What’s the difference? One never changes because it’s what I AM, and the other never stops changing showing me that it’s what I AM not.

~Michael Jeffreys

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  1. […] From Michael Jeffrey’s blog: […]

  2. Wow!!! I love it!!! Thank you – Michael An’gileo “The Bluelite Message” … ps: I’m working on making my book into a movie, wish me luck 🙂 Date: Sun, 27 Apr 2014 22:04:31 +0000 To:

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