Footprints in the Wind sm # 625

Footprints in the Windsm # 625

It is not that we have such knowledge in us that can replace a professor; rather we have such depth and height in us that is suppressed when information is dispensed from outside. Each person must participate in his or her own opening. Information and knowledge are of one realm, wisdom and Spirit of another. We as teachers must take care we do not become a hindrance.

Sometimes we do need to learn things and gather knowledge. But other times, we need to find what is in us: what we are made of; whom we yet might be; how we may serve; whom we are connected with. That we do not get from a teacher but from exploring our selves closer to the connecting point.

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