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April 02, 2009



Hi. Howard Hughes was able to afford the luxury of madness, like a man who not only thinks he is Napoleon but hires an army to prove it.
I am from Equatorial and learning to speak English, please tell me right I wrote the following sentence: "The neural rubber will care before there is altogether transgendered show."

Waiting for a reply :P, Diamanta.

Steve Chandler

Dear Suzanne,

Thank you so much for your comment. If you keep serving without trying to measure the response, it will open you open to greater happiness and creativity. You have to trust it, is that true? You don't have to trust it.

I don't have to trust electricity to walk to the wall and flip the switch that fills the room with light. The room will fill with light whether I trust electricity or not.

We waste our precisios creative inds trying to trust things and believe in things. Skip that. Go right to service and creativity.


Steve Chandler


One of my biggest challenges has been not being sure about the impact I have or can make on people...

I have finally learned to trust that I do have one and that what I do makes a difference in other people's lives.

I have to trust it because most people won't say anything about it.

So I have no proof.

I know I don't say it often enough when someone does something that helps me.

And while I am sure, Steve, that you know exactly how much you help people...

I want you to know that you are one of the people that I can count on to remind me that I can do so much more than I realize.

And thank you...

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