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Just wanted to send a belated “thank-you” for the July 2017 stories. I especially felt blessed by the Step Study story “How I Ask”. The author identified one of my most troublesome defects, obsession with control, and then offered a helpful clarification: “or illusions of control.” What I have to keep learning is that I actually have control over very little in this world. What I need to focus on is increasing my level of acceptance of the world the way it is, not as I would like it to be. I also appreciated this author’s insight that “often, what I

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