Being good stops you from being whole

To be good, you don the armor and obligations of a knight. It is heavy, cumbersome, and ill serves you in quicksand.
Instead, try to be a whole person: not fragmented or in need of being held together by the steel bands of affirmation.

Shedding the concept of “good” frees you to be what you naturally are anyway: effortlessly good.


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