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I'm Zen! Kourtney Kardashian Shares Cryptic Messages Re Kim Kardashian Feud

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Kourtney Kardashian is taking a new approach to dealing with fiery Kim Kardashian.

The mom-of-three shared a cryptic post to both Snapchat and Instagram Stories this weekend about controlling her own emotions.

The two famous sisters had a recent very public feud.

Capturing a shot from what appeared to be a religious book, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star underlined one passage: "Be quick to listen, slow to respond, and slow to become angry."

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The 39-year-old added an "Amen" to the top of the page.

In her latest interview she admitted that she is changing her style of communication.

"Honestly, I think it's ongoing. I've been really working on myself a lot and I think through my growth, I'm better at expressing myself," she said. "I think in the past I've always been great at, like, not being emotional. I think that I'm better now at expressing my feelings. … It's a lot of communication instead of letting things go back into the way that they were. It's definitely a process and you'll see it throughout the season," she revealed.

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The two sisters fight was caught on camera for Season 15 of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

The two women were arguing over a scheduling conflict Kourtney had with Kim's plan to shoot the family's annual holiday card.

Kim blasted: "No one wants you in the f—king shoot so get the f—k out of here," Kim yelled, later announcing, "I need Kourtney to not be so f—king annoying with a stick up her ass like she runs this s—t because she doesn't. She's the least exciting to look at."

An upset Kourtney replied: "Kourtney then threw a jab of her own, saying, "You're a very distraught, evil human being. I don't wanna see you, OK? I don't agree with who you are as a human being."

The explosive premiere of KUWTK will air on E! on Sunday, August 5 at 9 p.m. ET.

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