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Benevolent Outcomes Tom T. Moore

Deb writes from Lakeland, Minnesota: Every day I’ve requested MBOs for my friend so that her fluid infusions are successful. (She needs to have fluid infused almost every day because of her kidney disease.) Most days the infusions work perfectly, but some days they don’t. Do I need to say BPs instead? Is it normal for MBOs or BPs to not work all the time? On a different topic, I just got your pet book today, and I’m so excited to read it. Thanks for all you do.

Tom replies: MBOs are specifically for you. BPs are for others. Therefore, form your request as a BP. You could say out loud, “I ask any and all beings to aid, comfort, and assist Sandy for her fluid infusions to work even better than we can hope for or expect, thank you!