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Stupid computer
By nephitegirl
2/13/2014 5:13:07 AM
I just made a huge, long confession/story post for my first post and then the computer erased it before I could post it! RAWR! I don't want to do it again! UGHHHH

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sorry to hear that same thing has happened to me    
"Nephitegirl
I am sorry to hear about your problems. i have noticed the same experience myself that I get something down, that things start to make sense, and poof my computer eats the electrons. I would imagine that the Adversary is very aware of your situation and is working hard to keep you away from where you want to be. oh another recommendation for a book to read the Alchemist. this one is about achieving your dreams and how we are often the ones that stand in our own way of achieving our dreams. that our fears hold us back, fears that we sometimes don't understand, something a bit like addictinos that we have, things that we are afraid of but don't realized deep down inside. Anyway great story with a lot of deep applications

best wishes"
posted at 21:07:34 on February 13, 2014 by sjanderson


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