Every wakeful moment, each of us is engaged in some form of conversation—either a mental dialogue with ourselves or a verbal one with someone else. Often this conversation is based on what we have been educated to believe about ourselves and, in a more fundamental way, about the nature of life itself as being subject to turmoil and troubles.
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