I could sit down and write the most powerful things that were ever said to me.
They might be:
“When you meet a fearless person, …”
Beyond the psychopathic interpretation of this, in the deeper sane meaning of the expression, I wanted to know what that meant, not as an idea, but in my own mind, and in how I saw another.
Then there was someone who said (slowly):
“I am determined to see differently.
Not one of you in this room know the state behind that word.”
That was an invite to see the pain body and how it created a false umbra of logic out of a shallow falsity.
“Peace is more important than passion.”
That gave me the keys to the doors to the deepest happiness.