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Donna Hayden
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I have learned that my truth does not have to match anyone else’s truth. My journey toward wisdom is sometimes joyful and sometimes a painful awakening.

Jonathan Oppenheimer
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Religious people aren’t interested in transcending their religion. Non-religious folk have no need to. Either you get it or you don’t.

Agnes Dippner
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I learned that the lonely, jealous, cruel God of some religious books needs a true friend : lovingkindness and wisdom of the heart.

Mitch Cohen
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What I’ve learned is that the only thing that really matters is connecting authentically with others, loving and being loved, and serving others in a way that makes a difference.

Paul Ennis
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Hand-feeding Hummingbirds is a wonderful, loving thing to do. It don’t get more real than that. And, this video proves it: https://youtu.be/mKqifCkkquE Enjoy your day…

Monica Ashbaugh
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There is nothing greater in life than to love and be loved. Love everything–human, animal, plant, earth, cosmos–and you will have lived well.

Jesse Young
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Examine all things. Keep that which is good.

Kirk Landers
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Appearance is only the suggestion of reality. Certainty is the first sign of ignorance. We are at our best when we navigate the darkness together.

Frank Levy
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Life is trouble, only death is not, so undo your belt and look for trouble. – Zorba the Greek

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