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Head and shoulders

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head and shoulders: "The expression of basic goodness is always connected with gentleness-not some feeble, lukewarm, milk and honey gentleness, but wholehearted perky gentleness, with good head and shoulders." (See "Bowing") "...within the world that we live in, there is room to relax and appreciate ourselves and our heaven and our earth. We can afford to love ourselves, and we can afford to raise our head and shoulders to see the bright shining sun in the sky." (See "Cosmic Principle".

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www.glossary.shambhala.org