Read this online the other day. As much as I loathe to say it, I believe it was an Oprah article.
"One thing meditation's shown me," says Sharon Salzberg, author of "Faith: Trusting Your Own Deepest Experience" and co-founder of the Insight Meditation Society, "is that experience is one thing and our interpretation of it is another. The interpretation seems so solid and comes so quickly, we don't realize that there's space in there and that we have a choice of responses: compassion versus impatience, positive versus negative."
Incredibly well put. Just because you live through something doesn't mean you are the wiser for it. True wisdom is hard-won.
The History Of Yoga
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