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The Nature of the Psyche

“Yet, in spite of all, the private man or the private woman, unknown, anonymous to the world at large, stubbornly feels within a rousing, determined affirmation that says: “’I am important. I have a purpose, even though I don’t understand what it is. My life that seems so insignificant and inefficient, is nevertheless of prime importance in some way that I do not recognize.’

“Though caught up in a life of seeming frustration, obsessed with family problems, uneasy in sickness, defeated it seems for all practical purposes, some portion of each individual rouses against all disasters, all discouragements, and now and then at least glimpses a sense of enduring validity that cannot be denied. It is to that knowing portion of each individual that I address myself. Period.” – Seth

Seth – A Dissertation on the Nature of Man

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