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If we start from this knowledge of wholeness as already possible, returning to wholeness—like coming back to that point in the body or breath—is a supportive way to frame how we can aim our practice, this investigation of harm and harming, or hurt and suffering.  
– Rev. Keiryu Liên Shutt, “Returning to Wholeness”
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