Superstitious You


A nazar (from Arabic ‏نظر‎ /na.ðˁa.ra/, word deriving from Phoenician, meaning sight, surveillance, attention, and other related concepts) is an eye-shaped amulet believed to protect against the evil eye. - Wikipedia

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“You need to reclaim your life from the superstition of who you believe you are.”

Every once in a while we glimpse the truth — at least that’s what we think. Sometimes we’ll encounter a piece of something that’ll resonate with us and in that moment we’ll experience a piece of truth before it fades away in the noises of reality. But the truth is (ha!) that truth is always all around us. It’s not hiding only to peek it’s head out at opportune moments. Rather those pure moments of truth arise when we are free enough of thoughts, superstitions, and our own incessant ongoing lies that we’re able to see it where it always is — in front of us. In that quiet solitude something internal greets the external with nothing but a pure integrity.

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