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JERRY JAMPOLSKY

We have the power to choose what thoughts we put into our minds. When we choose shitty thoughts, we create shit in our environments. In many ways, our thoughts can be as destructive as our actions. It is essential that we take responsibility for retraining our minds and that we remain diligent about the thoughts and attitudes we put into them.

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This book is dedicated to all those who at one time or another during their lives have felt that they were drowning in shit and thereby were reminded that they were human.

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