Imitation

Many things imitate something better, and find the original isn’t always easy.  Work on not believing the reality of what’s right in front of you; don’t believe anything you hear about someone else.  In this way, separate from a need for truth, step back and honor yourself and your right to be fully you, without the influence of another.

I have been both imitated and taken in by an impostor.  I have spent far too much money or found my greatest treasures sold to for a low bid under someone else’s name. One thing I know for sure: there is karma.

In all things let the middle way be your guide and listen to that high pitched sound just beyond hearing that comes from the inner ear.

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