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Das Gedicht „Selbstliebe“ von Kim McMillen!

ist fälschlicherweise Charlie Chaplin in den Mund gelegt worden .

Das Original  kommt aus der Feder der amerikanischen Autorin Kim McMillen, die es kurz vor ihrem Tod 1996unter anderem geschrieben hat.

Das Buch “When I Loved Myself Enough” wurde 2001 von der Tochter Alison veröffentlicht.

2003, wurde das Buch von dem brasilianischen Verlag Sextante ins Portugiesische übersetzt und in Brasilien veröffentlicht. Ende 2003 hat ein brasilianischer Charlie -Chaplin-Fan einzelne Verse über das Internet Charlie Chaplin in den Mund gelegt – Es ist genau die Rede, die wir heute als Charlie Chaplins “Geburtstagsrede” kennen.

Ein Olaf Hantl aus Frankfurt hat dies durch profunde und umfassende Nachforschung herausgefunden!

„When I loved myself enough“ von Kim McMillen

When I loved myself enough I quit settling for too little.
When I loved myself enough I came to know my own goodness.
When I loved myself enough I began taking the gift of life seriously and gratefully.
When I loved myself enough I began to know I was in the right place at the right time and I could relax.
When I loved myself enough I felt compelled to slow down way down. And that has made all the difference.
When I loved myself enough I bought a feather bed.
When I loved myself enough I came to love being alone surrounded by silence, awed by its spell, listening to inner space.
When I loved myself enough I came to see I am not special but I am unique.
When I loved myself enough I redefined success and life became simple. Oh, the pleasure of that.
When I loved myself enough I came to know I am worthy of knowing God directly.
When I loved myself enough I began to see I didn’t have to chase after life. If I am quiet and hold still, life comes to me.
When I loved myself enough I gave up the belief that life is hard.
When I loved myself enough I came to see emotional pain is a signal I am operating outside truth.
When I loved myself enough I let the tomboy in me swing off the rope in Jackass Canyon. Yes!
When I loved myself enough I learned to meet my own needs and not call it selfish.
When I loved myself enough the parts of me long-ignored, the orphans of my soul, quit vying for attention. That was the beginning of inner peace. Then I began seeing clearly.
When I loved myself enough I began to see that desires of the heart do come, and I grew more patient and calm, except when I forgot.
When I loved myself enough I quit ignoring or tolerating my pain.
When I loved myself enough I started feeling all my feelings, not analyzing them really feeling them. When I do, something amazing happens. Try it. You will see.
When I loved myself enough my heart became so tender it could welcome joy and sorrow equally.

Es sagt alles aus!!!

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