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"In The Land of Hungry Ghosts"
There is an innate impetus to match our inner lives with our outer world; to find that integral congruence within ourselves.
We seek to align ourselves with the immutable laws that govern our existence.
This typically requires a process of exhaustion, looking outside of oneself for what can only be found by turning one's intention inward.
We call this a spiritual journey, this process of returning to completion, but we live as if the Mundane were not profound enough to be cherished as Sacred.
This is a direct result of living one's life out of unexamined values while confusing
symbol with reality.
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