Saturday, June 4, 2011

We humans have a powerful tendency to remain ignorant of reality unless something dramatic happens that shakes us. Even then, our vision tends to be short-lived. The only antidote to this condition is to persist in trying to wake up, stay awake, and see what we’ve been missing. In this struggle for consciousness, it's not so much what we've missed that matters; it's the recognition that we've been asleep without realizing it.

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