Family harmony restored

I recall about three years ago when my brother and I used to work at the same company. He and I share a very good relationship, so it was not uncommon for me to stay a few minutes longer to visit with him at the end of my shift. One day during our visit, our conversation started off well but then turned into a disagreement, which quickly escalated into a heated argument. As this argument continued to drag on, I began to realize that I was allowing myself to believe in the existence of a personal ego—mine and my brother’s—rather than in the one Ego, or Mind, called God.

So I chose to give up the thoughts originating in this ego, which are the fuel behind arguments like the one I was having with my brother. They were: 

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