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TRUTH ISN’T AN EXAGGERATION

Truth Isn’t An Exaggeration To build our reality,¬†we may use errors, omissions, distortions, restructuring,¬†denial, minimisations, exaggerations, justifications. The only reality is in the seeing without comment.Seeing isn’t believing; it’s knowing. An exaggeration is not the truth:it is stretching the truth … Continue reading

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LOOKING FOR RECOGNITION

Looking For Recognition Sometimes in prayer or meditation, or when in the presence of a teacher, we may hope our efforts are being recognised. This is one level of working, but it remains in the realm of hope, which is … Continue reading

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