1. If I feel you don’t like me, I will respond to you in a way as if it were true.
2. My interpretation of you is what is prompting me to respond in the manner that I do.
3. My response is in error but I am making the error real for myself.
4. My entire perception of you is clouded by self-created cloud covers.
5. How could I possibly see the love in you when I’m misperceiving what you are saying or doing?
6. If I think you’re trying to harm me (whether true or false), I will treat you as if it were true.
7. I’m not alone in my errors of perception.
8. We all do it but hardly anyone is aware of it.
9. You make up what you believe the person is doing wrong.
10. You make it real by your interpretation and the way you respond.
11. When we become aware that we are instigating the whole thing, we're halfway home.
12. Once we know what to do, we must practice what we know, or we can't claim to know it at all.