Met some amazing people this weekend at in Portland. These two were no exception. Thank you for the amazing show and work you do @mike and @vishnu

I know it's gonna be a good episode when I'm only 5 minutes in and already fighting back tears.

@Baravis My opinion on the second part was that when we are suffering well and allowing ourselves to go through the process, it can naturally cause us to better connect and identify with the suffering of others, leading us to have a deeper and more active compassion. That's my very ineloquent interpretation at least :)

"It's hard to suffer correctly when you're comfortable, and it's hard to see people uncomfortable when you're suffering well."

I'm thinking Bushi Yamato Damashii might be an enneagram 4? Either way this quote blew my mind.

Our souls & minds are starving for deep, rich, open, authentic, stimulating, meaningful, intellectual, spiritual conversations; yet we often choose to remain in silence. This community has allowed the breaking of silence. So grateful for it & all of you in this collective/family! 🖤✌🏽❤️

I have no idea what I'm supposed to be doing, but I'm happy to be here! (This applies to both this site and most of my life in general)

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