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The following is an excerpt from this issue:

Sometimes your reaction to a given stimuli may be positive and sometimes it is not. At that moment when we react there is often a state of confusion. However if we don’t fall into an immediate reaction and sit with that confusion a little bit, then usually a sense of clarity arises.

Action can then be taken from that point of clarity and in this way we can avoid undue reaction. Reaction is an automatic response; it is out of your control. When it happens after the fact you are often left thinking about it, whether you should or shouldn’t have reacted that way. This is a waste of time… (Continued on page 1.)

Jikishoan Tokozan