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  • The roses winding up the exterior walls, the neat red tile roofs, the simple shape and elaborate stonework, the way they half hid in the trees alongside several fairwaysit was almost enough to take your mind off other things.

    The Italian Summer

  • Do whatever you feelbut dont, not even for a second, take your mind off me.

    The After Wife

  • That place in your mind where things stop off is called short-term memory because it holds things for such a short time.

    A Mind at a Time

  • To tell the difference, first go through the reasoning summarized in Chapter 15; then when the sense that the “I” is self-instituting falls apart, and it vanishes for your mind in a vacuum, switch the topic of your investigation from the “I” to your body, or some part of the body, such as your arm.

    How to See Yourself As You Really Are

  • And shell have to believe you on this oneyou wouldnt change your mind about the freaks unless you were positive.

    Extras

  • You see, I understand the way your mind works, swordmaster.

    Shadow Lord

  • “Did you change your mind about selling me that lovely Stella Sipowitz collar?” she asked Nancy.

    The Dashing Dog Mystery

  • The trick is, after a thousand lovemakings and fifty thousand meals, to keep your mind open to the miracle of it, to make the world fresh for another hour.

    The Italian Summer

  • MENTAL PREPARATION FOR MEDITATION 1. Clear your mind of all extraneous thoughts.

    CREATE YOUR OWN FUTURE

  • You can wrap your mind around the choices you make, and if some of them do not ultimately agree with your lifestyle, you can pass on them but still maintain a benefit from the eight-week program.

    The Flex Diet

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