On the Power of Recognizing I Don’t Exist

These aren’t even my thoughts.

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The thing about writing down a spiritual experience is that you’re unlikely to convince anyone of anything. If you’ve had a similar experience, you’ll already understand. If you haven’t, you probably won’t, and reading this won’t help you to. If you haven’t, I humbly ask that, for a moment, you suspend your disbelief. I ask you not to…

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Essays on practical spiritual awakening, revolutionary social change, and why they’re the same thing.

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