Frowns and flatteries

Conformity. Wanting to be popular. It's a feeling many of us may remember having as we grew up.

The strongest impulsion to be the same as everybody else in order to be liked usually wears off as we develop individual skills and travel diverse paths. But the tendency can still be more of an influence in adult years than we might expect. To the extent that it remains, it would slow our spiritual progress and healing.

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June 18, 1990
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