It is easy to write. You simply arrange words in an acceptable form and walk away. It is much harder to write authentically. Before you start you have to feel yourself inside your authenticity. You must feel an undeviating connection with universal law and know that you are presenting your unique vision of truth as […]
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[This post was once published in the now-superseded ezine ‘Dynamic Living’ under the title: ‘Learning to live with ‘Stupidity’] We’ve all said it, often with additional expletives: “How could they be so stupid?!” “They” are often in authority – the government, the boss, the school board – but they can also be peers or subordinates. […]