Letting Go with Guy Finley

The character of goodness, of compassion and kindness that we would like to reflect and express before our friends (and enemies), requires that we place “its” life before our own. And yet, when we agree to this interior action of self-sacrifice, not only is our life returned to us, but we find that it has been made greater than it was — even though we had to first surrender it to something seen as being greater than ourselves.

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