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Initiating the Gift

I often experience the days like someone rowing, and each time I slip an oar below the surface, it disturbs the water. When I'm tired or stunned enough to stop rowing, the water goes clear. In those moments, I can see through to the bottom. It always makes me wonder where I'm going. This is how we live. We need to move through the world, but only when we stop does the world open.
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