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Sunday, February 23, 2014


Dr. Norman Vincent Peale relates about a physician who told him of a patient who had died of "grudgitis." The physician actually felt that the deceased passed away because of long-held hatred. "He did his body such damage that his resistance was lowered," the doctor explained, "so that when a physical malady attacked him he did not possess the stamina or renewing force to overcome it. He had undermined himself physically by the malignancy of ill will."
If you are under par, honestly ask yourself if you are harboring any ill will or resentment or grudges, and if so cast them out without delay. They do no harm to the person against whom you hold these feelings, but every day and every night of your life they are eating at you. Many people suffer poor health not because of what they eat but from "what is eating them."

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