SOUL SUPPORT: Now leaving suffering

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How do we find our way into a state of well-being, out of suffering?

There is a place of ‘I don’t know’ that without judgment, is home to genuine wonder.

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  1. Susie Kaufman says:

    That place is the present, don’t you think? It’s amazing how unfamiliar it is.

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