|"Purity of heart is to will one thing." ... Søren Kierkegaard|
|This essay, Magic At Heart, is the third in the third trilogy Breakfast With The Master:||The first trilogy Breakfast With The Master is:|
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Wait a moment: is this even valid? Is it valid to claim to live something every day without ever having examined it?
Of course it is. Consider riding a bicycle. We've all done it many, many times. Consider the balancing required riding a bicycle. Balancing is the practical experience required for riding a bicycle (if you doubt balancing is a "practical" experience, consider what riding a bicycle would look like without it ...). Yet how often do we examine balancing when riding a bicycle? Hardly ever (if at all), yes?
And ... notice balancing works whether it's examined or not.
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