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#785

May 16, 2015

Falling into the pit of thought that claims to be a narrow ‘me’ is the cause of all suffering in the world.

“That doesn’t seem to be the case,” says the narrow ‘me,’ “Since I am safely here and those who suffer are out there.”

But if I look, I can see that narrow ‘me’ thinking is a crime against humanity. It is a crime against the planet.

I can also see that the greatest virtue possible is the virtue of transcending the narrow ‘me.’

Will I step forward in complete heart-dedication and answer this call?

From → j) #751-785, Step 3

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