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  1. Sometimes the “problems” and “issues” that cause us stress and distress do NOT need to be dealt with because they are not really our problems. In our global community, all manner of problems and issues land in my In Box each day ~ from droughts in California to gas guzzling in Canada.

    Sometimes it is OK to shrug our shoulders and say, “not my problem.”

    Sometimes we can mindfully choose to “let IT go” and let those more directly impacted deal with IT (whatever IT is).

  2. A noble challenge and focus, Rainee. Good on you for choosing this view. My (later today) post is actually going to be along the same line — coupled with a sprinkling of the ripple effect. 🙂

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