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Ancients extended hospitality to strangers, who might well turn out to be gods in disguise. Contemporaries treat strangers hospitably—just in case they turn out to be ordinary people.
If two incredibly diverse sets of spiritual practices can be called “Hinduism” and “Buddhism,” then the third great world religion should be called “Monotheism.”
I have become adept at a practice not when I know how to apply the rules in most situations. The situation is more like I understand the reasons behind the rules and therefore no longer use them.
In the absence of one overwhelming passion, I find myself extending the practices I prefer to expend the hours.