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In the second part of this seminar, J-R tells the youth, “A lot of people just don’t want to tell you true things. They’d rather not let you know about life and they’re going to try to get you to do all sorts of things for them to relieve them of their uncomfortable feelings. You have a real challenge in front of you, and that challenge is: Do you give up the space inside of you that is really sacred and beautiful and that you’ve been working to get clear, to please somebody who is, in their un-clarity, asking you to please them?”

Later in the seminar, J-R says to the young people, “Take care of your body. That’s where the Lord dwells — inside of you as you. We call it Christ, or we call it anything we want to, but that’s where it is. And no matter how you con yourself, when you look in the mirror, there it is looking back at you saying, ‘You don’t fool me, ’cause I can see you.’ “

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In the second part of this seminar, J-R tells the youth, “A lot of people just don’t want to tell you true things. They’d rather not let you know about life and they’re going to try to get you to do all sorts of things for them to relieve them of their uncomfortable feelings. You have a real challenge in front of you, and that challenge is: Do you give up the space inside of you that is really sacred and beautiful and that you’ve been working to get clear, to please somebody who is, in their un-clarity, asking you to please them?”Later in the seminar, J-R says to the young people, “Take care of your body. That’s where the Lord dwells — inside of you as you. We call it Christ, or we call it anything we want to, but that’s where it is. And no matter how you con

Later in the seminar, J-R says to the young people, “Take care of your body. That’s where the Lord dwells — inside of you as you. We call it Christ, or we call it anything we want to, but that’s where it is. And no matter how you con yourself, when you look in the mirror, there it is looking back at you saying, ‘You don’t fool me, ’cause I can see you.’ ”

 

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This is a wise seminar for every teenager and every parent, too. In it, John-Roger tells stories from his own youth to illustrate his message for teens. J-R’s earthly parents were strong people who held clear boundaries for their children.  One of his stories starts this way, “I remember one night I started to go out someplace and my Dad flipped me a dime. I caught it, and I said ‘What’s that?’ He said, ‘It’s a dime.’  I said, ‘Yeah?’  He said, ‘Well if you get in trouble, call the district attorney.’  I still have the dime to this day; I still have it. I wasn’t about to use it because that meant I was in trouble. And I figure, there are a lot of experiences in life that I can have without going through trouble experiences.”

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This is a wise seminar for every teenager and every parent, too. In it, John-Roger tells stories from his own youth to illustrate his message for teens. J-R’s earthly parents were strong people who held clear boundaries for their children.  One of his stories starts this way, “I remember one night I started to go out someplace and my Dad flipped me a dime. I caught it, and I said ‘What’s that?’ He said, ‘It’s a dime.’  I said, ‘Yeah?’  He said, ‘Well if you get in trouble, call the district attorney.’  I still have the dime to this day; I still have it. I wasn’t about to use it because that meant I was in trouble. And I figure, there are a lot of experiences in life that I can have without going through trouble experiences.”

 

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