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Amrita Klop

Manita – we are so not saying the same thing.
In fact there is no such thing of two people thinking, feel and intent exactly the same thing at the same time. That is impossible, cause we are conditioned. Hopefully you want to read my words above over and over again as it is, not your few towards them: to understand what is written by me. And read your respond (words) towards my words as it is and see the difference in thinking. Let the words settle, give it (some) time, perhaps meditate on it and use the tools which have been given to you and learn a bit from it, to make you even more beautifuler. Enjoy your day!