“All of our greatest breakthroughs seem to come by surprise, when we least expect them. Suddenly we are gifted, the clouds of confusion part, and we see with an uncommon clarity and freedom. Such grace is never held in abeyance, never earned or deserved. It is not given to some and not to others. Grace is ever present; it is only our openness to it that comes and goes. In one sense, The Way of Liberation is a means of opening up to grace.”
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