A Lodging of Wayfaring Men. And, seeing more clearly means that you will perceive not only wonderful new things you can do. You will also recognize, for the first time, some veryunpleasant things that are difficult to bear. They are the cloak that protects them from things too painful to face. Do not simply take away their cloak. If you cannot replace the cloak with something better, leave them alone until you can.
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Men and by this I mean man and woman are most free when they release fear of the unknown and stop looking for someone else to tell them what to think, feel, and do. The most freedom and reward achievable in life is when Men take responsibility for their own actions and their own life. This truly sets them free to create wealth, life, and liberty. Expecting someone or some group to do it for you sets you up to be a prisoner of that society and the A most extraordinary way of viewing the world!!!
Expecting someone or some group to do it for you sets you up to be a prisoner of that society and the death of self-actualization. You will never experience true freedom or achieve your highest self this way. This book gives the reader so much to contemplate.
With government using so many rules and threats I yearn for gamma. In our community the rules to put a sign in front of a business consists of 40 pages. Let us alone and allow people to become their best selves. I can see why small minds love this stuff, but not worth the time investment to go through it.
A Lodging of Wayfaring Men
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