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Saturday, September 12, 2015
You must see your images of life as relative, and thereby disentangle from them
In order to find out whether it is possible for the mind completely to disentangle itself from its historical limitation, you must have the freedom to inquire and discover.
That will say that you must see your images of life as relative, and thereby disentangle from them.
And this also means freedom from romantic possibility-images, which are just as relative as the necessity-images.
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