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Chapter 17: Letting Me in Is Finding Yourself

“Not bad,” said Henry. “But if you ask me, the inlet valve is a bit too near the exhaust.”

A Henry Ford is a Henry Ford; he understands only one language. Your old mind understands only one thing: how to protect yourself. But life belongs to those who drop all defense measures, because every defense measure is a mistrust in existence.

Life belongs to those who trust existence. Then there is no need for any defense. Then this is your home.all these stars and all these oceans and all these mountains are part of your home. This whole existence is your very life’s source. There is no need to fear, and there is no need to close yourself in dark cells in a deep mistrust.

Mistrust is almost death.

Trust is the only life that I know of.