Excerpt from “Wisdom, guides”

TABOR: The Apprentice’s Book of Reflections by D.B. GaNung

Excerpt from “Wisdom, guides”

If greater value is sought, then it must be assumed the cost will be equivalent. If it
is wisdom one seeks, the difficult and many truths of life, then some long periods
must be spent wandering through an abysmal state within. If one proceeds through
this forest without a guide, then there is real danger of getting lost (temporarily at
least). This erratic wandering coupled to unnecessary suffering can be exhausting
and the cause of many failures. But with a guide it can become a great adventure
that strengthens the mind and sometimes the body as well.

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