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What is Inner sincerity ?

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Initial post: Jun 18, 2010 6:25:01 AM PDT
Stephen says:
« One has become so accustomed throughout one's life to doing everything in a half-hearted or uninterested manner, most of the time lost in one's habitual state of oblivion, that one now accepts this condition in oneself as normal, without feeling the need to question it any further.
The kind of presence needed for this work demands such profound inner sincerity from an aspirant as does not generally exist in the normal course of life. It is difficult for him to understand this because, when he first embarks on such a journey, he takes himself with him as he is, with all his baggage of complexes, desires, ignorance, and weaknesses. »
The Law of attention Edward Salim MICHAEL
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