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To investigate is to contemplate with a silent mind. It’s to illuminate that which is cloudy or confused—to explore and to discover what we have not yet noticed or understood. This kind of deep inquiry provides us with the tools to free the mind from suffering and the pitfalls of an unexamined life.
– Narayan Helen Liebenson, “Practicing Questioning”
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