"As we appear to grow older, the fight against life’s expression generally fades as the energies of useless opposition grow tired. It’s the flowering of all that we are without it needing to be anything else. A difficult aspect of this flowering is its ordinariness. As the grandiose illusions of youth fade, it all seems so mundane, but it’s not." — Darryl Bailey, Essence Revisited: Slipping Past the Shadows of Illusion (p. 73)

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