“Other people will often be pressuring you to make up your mind about this or that. Do not, however, forgo your flexibility by assuming a position until you have no other choice. Remember, opinions, i.e., positions, are only opinions, which are as changeable as the wind in spring. Respect them, in self and others, but don’t take them too seriously.
In fact, don’t take anything too seriously, and always retain your sense of humor. As a warrior facing the rigors of the challenge, your sense of H is one of your most essential assets if you want to get to the other side without losing your sanity altogether.”
Stephen Russell, in “Barefoot Doctor’s Guide to the Tao”
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