Reforming, on the lines of our subjects, is taking the trash out of our minds and lightening our hearts from inferior ideas and thoughts that infest the soul and the body with heavy magnetism.

 

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Retiring, on the evangelical language, is changing to another service, to feed yourself with new energies; when the body retires, the spirit starts working.

 

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Correction on the attitudes must be done every day, and if someone tries to cooperate with you, showing you your defects, do not be touchy, because it is a good kind of help.

 

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Inner renewal, when on the mood of love, is re-fusing your strength to a safer walk. Do it every time you can.

 

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Regenerating is the word always heard from the mouths of those who are tired of suffering; but not always the decisions go on.

 

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Diminish, whenever it is adequate, the pestering habits and the imprudent addictions, so that you are free from inferior chains.

 

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Install on your way of life the respect to other people’s rights, so that your fellows feel for you a greater gratitude.

 

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Restore your life, on the life of Jesus Christ, because He is the example of the law of love, who came to Earth in the name of God to show us how we could achieve happiness.

 

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Rebuild your energies, through  the pleasure of working where you were called to serve, because almost every tiredness comes from the contrarieties that bad mood spills over the physical and spiritual organism.

 

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Reforming is the idea of progress, and reforming yourself with Jesus is God’s inspiration on the hearts of creatures.

 

 

 

From the book “Sinônimos para a paz” (Synonyms for peace), by Loester (spirit) and João Nunes Maia (medium). Fonte Viva Christian Spiritist Publishing, Brazil