An Old Wooden Bucket: A Parable on Letting Go

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There once lived a man who carried a wooden bucket with him his entire life. This bucket was filled with water — living water, he called it. He would carefully ladle water from this bucket to drink when he was thirsty and he would scoop his…

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A fellow observer on the journey through life. Trying to cultivate a deeper way of being in the world.

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