“You are here to enjoy life. You are not here to suffer over your drama or your personal importance. It’s not you,
it doesn’t belong to your presence. You are here to be a dreamer, to be
an artist, to be a seer. But you cannot be a seer when you only have
eyes to see your own story, your own wounds, your own victimization.
When you are still focusing on what your mother did to you twenty years
ago, or forty years ago, or what your father did, or what your partner
did, or what any of the other secondary characters in your story did to
you, then you are not seeing the truth. If you are focusing on all that
drama, then talking to you is like talking to a wall. Does this ring any
Don Miguel Ruiz and Don Jose Ruiz, in “The Fifth Agreement”
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