A Still Mind

“The opposite of a worried mind is not a foolish mind, but a still mind.  The simple, observable fact is that a worried mind is busy, cluttered, and scattered, whereas a still mind is more capable of broad, steady awareness, if for no other reason than it is less distracted.”

— Hugh Prather, The Little Book of Letting Go, p. 35

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