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    « Spiritually Stabilized Life | Main | Aspiration »
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    Emotionally Healthy

    Successful people must weather many rough storms to reach their present status. They are in touch with who they are. Derogatory names and put-downs don’t shake their emotional tree. Their physical body and its chemicals do not often throw them into radical mood swings or paranoia.

    Emotionally stable people have dealt with their past. They can then circumnavigate pitfalls on their path to achievement. When losses, financial or physical come, they can endure while keeping their goals in mind. Revenge or nursing old hurts do not drag them down.

    Emotionally healthy persons love others. In return, others love them. It becomes a mutual admiration society and success grows rapidly in this warmth acceptance.

    Successful people with even-keel emotions can handle criticism. They are not easily provoked or quickly thrown off kilter. Even with these adverse conditions they remain emotionally stable and keep plugging toward their goal.

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