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    I completely agree with your perspective. The way we tell our story is important, and it can have a significant impact on how we experience life. It’s easy to get caught up in our own narratives and allow them to control us, rather than taking control of them. It’s essential to recognize that we have the power to shape our stories and create the kind of life we want to live.

    The Richard Wagamese quote you shared is profound and inspiring. It speaks to the idea that life is not always easy, but it’s the challenges that shape us and make us stronger. By facing life head-on and embracing the difficulties we encounter, we can become better versions of ourselves.

    I appreciate your exploration of Zen non-duality and spontaneity, as well as the idea of leaning into uncertainty and fear rather than backing away. It’s challenging to do so, but it can lead to growth and transformation.

    Finally, I agree that we often suffer more from our stories than from the events themselves. It’s easy to get caught up in victim or villain narratives, but these are ultimately unhelpful and keep us stuck in a negative cycle. Instead, we should strive to master our stories and create narratives that empower us and move us forward.

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