Is it that each individual is responsible for his or her own adventure toward the mystery and every path to it is different even though the starting point and ending point are the same for everyone?
Do all of us already carry around within us the truest, the most valuable of religions: the mystery, but are shielded from it by our own identities and the continual use of language?
Is it that no one else — even the universe’s best guru — can unseat another person’s resistant I ? Can the term self help take on new meaning?
Should we think of true religion or spirituality as always having a total membership of one?
And if so, is each individual’s body his or her own church and guru whether he or she knows it or not? Are we all, with rare exceptions, in the same predicament no matter what we may think?