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Our daily occupations and preoccupations keep our time, energies, and consciousness identified with the external world and external activities to such an extent that we have little left for reversing the situation and discovering--or at least exploring--the deeper layers of self. Yet, unless something is done about this situation, and at least simple exercises and pre-studies made as a beginning, we shall remain ignorant throughout life of what is actually of high importance to us. Twenty minutes a day at whatever time is convenient should at least be given for this purpose.


-- Notebooks Category 2: Overview of Practices Involved > Chapter 8: The Quest and Social Responsibility > # 25






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