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"People are so scared by this cancer 'condition' they get angry and offended at its very mention. People who hate their lives and there are many walking amongst the crowds of happy people in towns and cities, do not help themselves by aditionally fearing this dark cloud. Our plague, cancer, we are told is very 'evil', more evil than hating life and household chores put together; deserving of hatred and chemical warfare. Yet, what if there is a glimmer of hope? Destroy the glimmer person! Hate them, destroy them grrrrr! Grrrrrrr! ... How dare they give us glimmers of hope, it's offensive! What if the glimmer of hope carried with it a University style Conditional Acceptance? Here's the acceptance. Here are the conditions, would you qualify? You must like yourself. That's ruined it, no University of Life today. LOL!You must quit seeing things as evil ... there is only 'love'.You must be able to giggle at your 'plight/self'You must be able to smile in the face of your downfall.Maybe try forgiving yourself for all your 'sins' and the biggie original one? (Joke)Ok, too hard ... try again.Can you balance a pig on your head, on 'its' head and dance a jig while playing bagpipes? "Gosh no!" (Homer Simpson could).... For charity?"Oh yes! People will like me then, which is great compensation because I hate myself"Ok ... can you try and 'like yourself' an itsy witsy bit?"Golly gosh! No way!"... For charity perhaps?"Golly gosh! I don't know about that either."Why do you think liking yourself is so important?"Hmmmmmm? Duuuuuuuu? Sorry, have to rush!."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Frankie Lassut, 2014.
ISBN: 9781910103241
Branch Call Number: EBOOK
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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