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  1. Hello, During this life we are constantly being tested (OK, there are some quiet periods). TUB taught us that this testing repeats until we finally learn the lesson we are being taught. Yesterday I came to conclusion that when we realize the moment that we are being in the middle of the test, that we are just few steps from finishing the test. During last year I learned to recognize the test very soon as it starts. There are few clues to do that. Sudden feeling of being alone, separated from source and center. Uncommon situations in daily life and some more clues which I believe are different from person to person. But there is big step between realizing that you are being tested and finding what is the purpose of the test. And what a great feeling it is when you finish the test positively and of course not so great when you fail ;( But failing is also a way of learning, so next time you can do better. How do you handle your tests? Do you pay attention to them or you just "walking" the life? P.S. And did I mentioned that during the tests Jesus is always with me, by my side
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