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My identity was restored.

I read somewhere recently that the area where I live in Arizona has rapidly become one of the fastest-growing targets for identity theft. Thankfully, there are agencies ready to help the public by supplying information that people can use to protect their personal and financial information from being stolen.

It's important to use common sense and follow the helpful advice these agencies offer when it comes to safeguarding personal information. But I've seen that I need to go further—to have a more expansive, deeper, spiritual view of just what makes up our real identity. This is a view that moves everyone beyond seeing themselves or others as either victim or victimizer.

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