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If we overly associate ourselves with our nationhood, whether we regard our birth parents and birthplace as planned, or indiscriminate and unplanned, then we are likely elevating our gender, race, nationality and ego (which for many of us, are largely unexamined effects), above the soul (a largely unknown cause). In neither position of being unexamined or unknown, can we claim any deep reason for our place of birth.

© Aaron John Beth’el

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