Looking Inside Thinking Mind for a Break in Suffering

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The thinking mind knows many things
ask it anything but ‘how to not suffer?’
it rarely knows or does not know how to not suffer.
But then do ask that question
before/while it tries to help you to not suffer.
So ask how to not suffer,
and enjoy the space created by that question.
Let yourself initiate a sane response
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Panic Attack Survivor. Just writing; so far so good. Plays cricket. You can find short stories, poems, humour, and nonfiction here. Gmail: pretheeshgp@gmail.com

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Pretheesh Presannan

Pretheesh Presannan

Panic Attack Survivor. Just writing; so far so good. Plays cricket. You can find short stories, poems, humour, and nonfiction here. Gmail: pretheeshgp@gmail.com

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