“Error, fear, and suffering are the mothers of invention. The constrained body knows and values the freedom of the mind.” —Ursula Le Guin
Your personal spiritual path, however you decide to build and walk it, is taking you to the heart of the sacred mystery: to know what your life means in the world. Each of us finds our unique knowing, and yet for all of us it is the same.
—Joseph Dispenza, God On Your Own
In the dry woods a dragon is singing. I do not know what kind of composition the dragon’s song is, but all those who hear it lose themselves. —Hsiang-yen