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It is the absence of inner freedom that prevents humans from discovering the essential truths they need in order to orient themselves in life

 
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It is the absence of inner freedom that prevents humans from discovering the essential truths they need in order to orient themselves in life
"What knowledge, what understanding of life can we acquire if we are not free, inwardly free? It is the absence of inner freedom that prevents humans from discovering the essential truths they need in order to orient themselves in life.
So many men and women consider freedom to be the most precious possession, and they will fight to achieve it! Yes, but what they seek is not the freedom that can give them the living knowledge able to sustain them and save them. On the contrary, they are engaged in activities that enslave them and blind them. It is as if they were walking through a magnificent landscape or garden but were so weighed down with worries and grief they were unable to see any of it. All the wonders of heaven and earth are there, all around them and within them, but to see them and understand them they would have to be free, inwardly free."
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Re: It is the absence of inner freedom that prevents humans from discovering the essential truths they need in order to orient themselves in life
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"What knowledge, what understanding of life can we acquire if we are not free, inwardly free? It is the absence of inner freedom that prevents humans from discovering the essential truths they need in order to orient themselves in life.
So many men and women consider freedom to be the most precious possession, and they will fight to achieve it! Yes, but what they seek is not the freedom that can give them the living knowledge able to sustain them and save them. On the contrary, they are engaged in activities that enslave them and blind them. It is as if they were walking through a magnificent landscape or garden but were so weighed down with worries and grief they were unable to see any of it. All the wonders of heaven and earth are there, all around them and within them, but to see them and understand them they would have to be free, inwardly free."
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I really like what you have to say. As I was reading your title, FEAR is what I feel held/holds me back. It wasn't until I realized I was living a fear based life that I could even begin to feel inner freedom.

It took me years of self exploration to learn that underneath everything was fear. Now, without fear I am able to feel joy.

Thanks for your thoughtful post.

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