From Celia’s Images in a Reflecting Pool: Journal Entries Inspired by A Course in Miracles. Copyright 1995.
This everyday admonition invites speculation: If we don’t, what is the worst that will happen to us?
An unexamined life may mean less real living (as opposed to existing), especially if what happens always seems just to “happen” to us, rather than being selected by us.
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