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I found this that I’m appending below. It looks as if this
person has listened to Abe.  It is a good reminder.

Some background: Abe talks a lot about Jerry & Esther
having a navigational system (gps). They talk about how
the gps doesn’t ask you where you’ve been; it only wants
to know: where do you want to go?

I am smack dab in the middle of some big changes right
now (read: contrast). When I go to the twisted up part of
wondering: how did this happen? lol, it’s funny now. It’s
like sitting at the wrong destination for freakin’ forever
and saying: how the hell did I get here?? And so I can sit
there and ask my gps, how the hell did I get here and all
my gps wants to know is: where would you like to go?

I’ll tell you where, gps. I’d like to go to:

1111 Calm Knowing Pl.
Renton, Washington

What’s that you say?

right turn in 0.8 miles and your destination is in the center.

Gotcha! Let’s go!!

Love, Bethie

Get ‘Unstuck’ with the Change GPS

Because of emotions brought up by change, it’s easy to get stuck in the
past and to lose your ability to move forward. You may feel trapped by these
Change Demons, but you can get unstuck by turning on your Change GPS! A GPS
navigator only asks two questions: “Where are you now?” and “Where do you
want to go?” Your Change GPS helps you move through transitions by alerting
you if you’re off-course and encouraging you to focus on your final
destination.

… The GPS won’t tell you what you did
wrong yesterday or what you could have done differently; it simply keeps you
moving along the path to your ultimate goal.

Adapted from Ariane de Bonvoisin’s new book: “The First 30 Days: Your Guide
to Any Change (and Loving Your Life More)

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