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Commit to noticing the world around you

Commit to noticing the world around you

We have to find the humility to be open to experience every single day and to allow ourselves to learn something. Let yourself go past those thoughts that tell you it’s silly or pointless or a waste of time, or you’re far too busy to possibly do this. 

Instead give yourself permission to want that in the first place — to crave that contact with the sacred, and that feeling of being able to commune with something that’s bigger than you are. First, you must “give in to the fascination” that you feel in everyday moments.

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