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If you can do this one thing, you can, apparently, solve all of your miseries.

If you can do this one thing, you can, apparently, solve all of your miseries.

It’s simple, but not necessarily easy.

Well, until you know how to do it, then it’s easy too.

All men’s miseries derive from not being able to sit in a quiet room alone.

Blaise Pascal

A few short years ago, I would have said this was just silly. Preposterous even. Just a bunch of new-agey hogwash.

Seriously? Sit in quiet room alone? That’s it?

But now, just a few short years later and I can say with all certainty:

Yes, that’s it.

I found this quote today and will use it one of my chapters of my upcoming book, “Meditate.”

Because I don’t know of too much more powerful for an individual.

If you can do this one thing, you can, apparently, solve all of your miseries.
If you can do this one thing, you can, apparently, solve all of your miseries.
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