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Mishlei 5:7-14

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In his continuation of the parable, Shlomo Hamelech describes the long term effects and reflection of a person in the future. They will recognize the wastefulness of their ways, their victimization by the hands of others, and they will look back on their life with profound shame and remorse over what they could have -but neglected to- accomplish. We spoke about capitalization of positives to affect lasting change, and the difference between focusing on "Resume Virtues" vs. "Eulogy Virtues".

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