Key advice part two

This thought from Chris Corrigan is a bit long for a sampler, but written on a pocket sized piece of paper so that we could pull it out and meditate on it from time to time could benefit us all:
“It’s amazing how the stories we tell ourselves perpetuate our own suffering and inability to fully participate in the world. When we think that we are in control or that we are the only ones with the answer, it doesn’t take long to discover that the world has no trouble making a mockery of us. Control and certainty are illusory. All we have is our own meager dependance on each other. The more we are related and understand one another, the safer we truly are, because we are better able to address the vagaries of the world if there are many eyes, hearts and brains making sense of a situation.”