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Daily Meditation: Friday, April 1, 2011

Beginning well - and ending well

With everything you undertake, try to begin well, for the way the process unfolds will depend on what you put in place at the beginning. Yes, but to put a good beginning in place you must already have been able to finish properly what came before. This rule applies in all areas of life. When you begin a task, try to give it the same attention, the same care, all the way through. Also when you form new friendships, new relationships, stay aware, so that what began with smiles, warm words, gifts and embraces does not end in confrontations. For, anything that ends badly affects future encounters and undertakings.

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov

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