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The Thirteenth Principle

Qué Será Será

Have you been applying the Principles? If so, you should have found your object by now.

But occasionally, Fate chooses to separate us from one of our possessions. When that seems to be the case, it’s time to call off the search.

Your missing object may eventually turn up. Until then, accept that you are being offered a lesson: in patience…or humility…or nonattachment to the things of this world.

And if not, so what? Lost keys, books, eyeglasses—even elephants!—can be replaced. Such losses are inconvenient and vexing. Yet surely they have their place in the inscrutable economy of the Universe.

You’ve done what you can. So relax, and—with a shrug of resignation—accept the fate of your object.

Qué Será Será. What will be, will be.

The Twelve Principles did not work for you—
at least, not this time. But you may still want a free copy of my book How to Find Lost Objects.

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