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The Gun, a Voice and a Miracle

I was sitting in front of my television, watching Oprah Winfrey, and just as she said the words, “And now for our next guest,” three armed men, each of them carrying guns, came into my living room. Or at least one of them was. It is always true with these traumatic events that memory can […]

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The Freedom of Being Wrong

One of the greatest freedoms we can experience comes from having a healthy relationship to being wrong. This involves firstly allowing ourselves to be wrong, to be in the state of wrongness instead of avoiding it. What this state allows for is coming to the realization that our wrongness about something, an action or idea, […]

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