“One of the most common questions about attaining self-realization is, must a seeker top all work projects, give up all goals, leave the family and kids, and donate everything to charity? The answer is “no,” but with one very important caveat: The desire for self-realization must be held as primary above all else, and you must begin to uncover the recognition that you are complete, without any of these roles, forms, and attributes. In addition, even the goal of achieving enlightenment eventually must be surrendered, to allow the perfection of the present moment to be appreciated, without need of anything more.”
Lisette Larkins, in “Difficult People”
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