desires stem from your understanding of the contrasts of life. We know
of light because we know of darkness. We know happy times because we have
been acquainted with sadness.
This awareness of contrasts
allows opportunities for desires to surface. Night is the time of philosophy,
the opportunity to think, to contemplate
and the occasion to get to know yourself by asking yourself questions.
If you do not understand yourself, how can you expect others to come to
know who you are?
Use relaxed times to get
to know what it is you really are and what it is you want here.
Fulfilment of desires comes
to those who decide what it is that they want. The good in life will be
yours if you do these things and if you follow as much good as you become
increasingly aware of.
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"For my part, whatever anguish
of spirit it may cost, I am willing to know the whole truth, to know the
worst and provide for it." ...Patrick Henry, 1736-1799. American Revolutionary
leader and orator. A member of the House of Burgesses (1765) and the Continental
Congress (1774-1776), he spurred the creation of the Virginia militia with
his words "Give me liberty, or give me death." (1775). He also served as
governor of Virginia (1776-1790).