"This is the ultimate misery: living a life that is not our own.
A difficult choice must therefore be made between the comforts of fitting in and pleasing others and our higher motive for Personal Freedom.
This choice is easier once we reach the levels of maturity and enlightenment that allow us to see that we can be individually free but not entirely apart from our culture and those we love, that independence does not preclude interdependence, that individual uniqueness does not mean that we must be socially or spiritually distant outcasts. We learn that the more we are true to ourselves, the more we can connect with and contribute to the world."
That's my tidbit of the day. Because sharing is the ultimate form of caring.
Love, Lauren Roberts