“In Jekyll’s last letter, the reader finally gets a firsthand account of what it was like for Jekyll to turn into Hyde. When Jekyll first sees himself as Hyde in the mirror, he sees not a monster but a friend. Jekyll strangely feels peace when facing his savage side, rather than complete repulsion. Jekyll finally accepts that he, just like every other human, has both good and evil in his or her nature. As a product of a society that encourages repression, Jekyll realizes that facing one’s own evil nature leads to peace.”
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“As long as you have certain desires about how it ought to be, you can’t see how it is.”
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Once you see the way it is and just see it fully, you won’t really wish to change it.
You may want to understand it, but you won’t want to change it.
It’s just the horrible beauty of suffering.
– Ram Dass
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Understand the nature of impurity. If your key is bent, the lock will not open. Rumi
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“When we live in alignment with who we are and how we want to live, we will attract and find like-minded individuals.”
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“When you meet obstacles with gratitude, your perception starts to shift, resistance loses its power and grace finds a home within you.” Oprah Winfrey
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“I meet myself in stillness and we breathe.” S W Berry
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“Silence is the great teacher, and to learn its lessons, you must pay attention to it. There is no substitute for the creative inspiration, knowledge, and stability that come from knowing how to contact your core of inner silence.” – Deepak Chopra
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