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LINK A Life of One’s Own: A Penetrating 1930s Field Guide to Self-Possession, Mindful Perception, and the Art of Knowing What You Really Want – Brain Pickings

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Yep. Why did bodhidharma go to China?

No purpose.

Metahuman Level 5 Mar 15, 2019
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Wow.... what a great article!! I'm am going to have to check out all of the 5 or so books mentioned here! Thank you for sharing.

APaleBlueDot Level 5 Mar 15, 2019
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Another excellent article from Brain Pickings, thank you. This was a good reminder for me.

whispers Level 7 Mar 15, 2019
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Brain Pickings is one of the few newsletters that I receive that I always review, and read much of it. Maria Popova is a gift.

Mitch07102 Level 7 Mar 14, 2019

Yep. I read it every week.

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"That tuning into one’s most elemental being, she came to realize, was the mightiest conduit to inhabiting one’s own life with truthfulness and integrity undiluted by borrowed standards of self-actualization."
^^^This^^^ ❤

Amzungu2 Level 7 Mar 14, 2019
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Good read, thanks.

Lilac-Jade Level 8 Mar 14, 2019

I loved it. It really hit home for me.

@tnorman1236 It may for many.

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