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Tom Peters Yang

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Evelyn posts a brilliant pushback (or is it an integrating welcome?) to Tom Peters – Tom Says Yang So Let’s Integrate

Peace is an unshakable sense of moment-to-moment power – akin to the power of water that sculpted the Grand Canyon. Peace does not keep the soul in chains nor… Hold back life. PEACE is definitely NOT = BORING = STATUS QUO = STATIC = DEAD.

Rock on Evelyn.

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