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May 21, 2014


 
“When I listen to my inner self, I hear the breathing of my spirit. Those breaths are so tiny and delicate, I need stillness to hear them, I need aloneness to hear them. I need vast, silent spaces in my mind. Without the breathing and the voice of my inner self. I am a prisoner of the world around me. Worse than a prisoner, because I do not know what has been taken away from me, I do not know who I am.”  – Alan Lightman