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Go then, in pursuit of Life.

Even if it means certain death.

Go then, in pursuit of Life.

Not a half life, but Life

All of it.

With it’s wonder

With all it’s pains and tribulations

Knowing that each step is a necessary step

Pointing you towards The Way.

Go then, in pursuit of Life.

Don’t let fear derail you

Nor distraction

Nor doubt or insecurity

Be prepared to surrender.

Be relentless then, in your pursuit of Life.

Real Life

Not the one found in the head

But the one that has its seeds rooted in the heart

And when nourished, becomes an all consuming fire

Fuelled by Love.

Go then, in the pursuit of Life.

For if Life itself is not the purpose, then what is?

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