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“Through my practice and being with my mother, I was able to see that I had all these things in my head about how it was suppose go and it was never going to fit into that. There was so much suffering. “

Bryn, a Vajrayana practitioner 

“I spoke to him about the parable of the mustard seed. Which really is that think that got me out of that darkness. that is an incomprehensible grieve to lose a child and to lose a child by choice. “

Mara, a Theravada practitioner 

“You’re taking on other people’s karma and you can’t clean that up for them. You can only clean up your own karma.  “

Karen, a Zen practitioner