“Imagine life to be like a camera:The amount of light in the picture is determined by the size of the aperture at the time the picture is taken. For most of us most of the time, our experience of life and its potential for joy is severely limited by the constriction of our own hearts. It’s as though an aperture is shut, at least partially, that could be completely open. The joy we seek lies less in something new happening, and more in opening our hearts more fully to the love in our lives already.”
Marianne Williamson, in “Illuminata”
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