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If our spiritual quest is to mean anything at all, then the Timeless Awareness that is our heritage needs to become a whole new way of living. One in which, our lives touch and even enter into the very core of suffering in this world of such bitter pain and brutal darkness. The shimmering light of Oneness needs to be translated into the helping hands of a friend, into food for the starving, or clothing for the poor. Then (perhaps) the Birth of Timelessness in time can be said to be worth something.

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