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–Tara Brach, Author of Radical Acceptance and Trusting the Gold

Best Advice. Ever.

October 12, 2007   |   2 Comments

What I was told when I e-mailed a friend with a question about some reading he suggested:

Yes, you understand the reading instructions clearly. Go slow, absorb, contemplate, be confused, discover enlightenment.

Pretty much applicable in all situations.

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  • Posted by:  Heidi Hass Gable

    Hi Susan,
    Thanks for sharing this – it sure makes a lot of sense, doesn’t it?

    I believe that the confusion – the struggle – is necessary for understanding and creativity to be realized.

    I’ve tacked this up on my bulletin board – to help me remember!

    Take care,
    Heidi

  • Posted by:  susan

    A wonderful mantra…totally sensible… Glad you enjoyed! Susan

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