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You've expressed a truth that really speaks to me at this time in my life, and I need to remind myself of it often, especially this part:
"The more I stay grounded in the process of my own life, in touch with nature, with an attitude of acceptance and maintaining my boundaries, the more peacefully and effectively I will make my way through."

You mentioned "maintaining my boundaries"... and I believe this is the key. It is so difficult to do that in this tell-all, digital culture of ours, and I struggle with that.

I like the image of the "hovel" as an "attitude of mind and heart." Asking what is essential has been an on-going process for me. Then I want to feel at peace with the decisions I make.

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