For changing internals, changing externals is almost always necessary and almost never sufficient
Aug23

For changing internals, changing externals is almost always necessary and almost never sufficient

Consider an alcoholic who wishes to give up alcoholism. Breaking free from the addiction is ultimately an inner resolution…

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Culture is meant to instill values, not instigate cravings
Aug15

Culture is meant to instill values, not instigate cravings

We all are shaped by the culture of our times. In today’s world, the culture is extremely sensual and materialistic. Consider,…

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Stay aware of your triggers – and stay away from them
Jul14

Stay aware of your triggers – and stay away from them

Recovering alcoholics are warned to stay away from things that trigger their desire for alcohol. If, for example, between…

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Regulation is the foundation for purification
Oct25

Regulation is the foundation for purification

Suppose we had to clean a water tank. We would need to do two things: clean the water already in the tank and regulate the water…

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Remission is not elimination
Sep22

Remission is not elimination

Suppose a patient’s serious disease such as cancer goes into remission, that is, decreases in severity. But if the patient…

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Regulation is a protection measure, not a trust issue
May24

Regulation is a protection measure, not a trust issue

Suppose a teenager is to stay alone at home. When his parents are leaving, they remind him to bolt the door and activate the…

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