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it's not my job Abe: It’s my job to change the vibration of my mother? It’s not my job to change the vibration of my mother? Just answer it. We’re not saying one is right and one is wrong. We just want you to say which. It’s my job to change the vibration of my mother. It’s not my job to change the vibration of my mother. Guest: I think it’s not my job. But I think the right answer is, that it is my job. Abe: My mother’s vibration is unchangeable? My mother’s vibration is changeable? Guest: It’s changeable. Abe: That was a trap. (Laughter) Guest: And I fell in it? Abe: You did, because Guest: Because I can’t change it? Abe: Because - well. Because you don’t believe that her vibration is changeable. But you do believe it’s your job to change it. (Audience - “Oh”) So you’re in this Guest: You’re good, you know. (Laughter) Abe: So you’re in this impossible place Guest: Yea. Abe: you see. And so, which of those do you think would be the easiest outlet for you? In other words, you’re in a jam, you can’t get out. Where is the path of least resistance? It’s not my job to change my mother’s vibration? Or, my mother’s vibration is changeable? [You] can take any way out. Which is the easiest one? Guest: (Pause) Abe: Not my job. Guest: Not my job. Abe: It’s not my job to change my mother’s vibration. Now let’s go back to more general statements. My life is mostly really good? Guest: My life is mostly Abe: Ooooooo, it is Guest: really good, Abe: isn’t it? Guest: really good. Abe: There are so many things that I can think about that bring me to a good feeling place. And on the occasional...

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