Donna Quesada: What have been your practices? I imagine that maintaining a state of awakening isn’t a static practice.
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Donna Quesada: That leads me to another point, if I can. You spoke about existential angst.
Donna Quesada: Well, Richard. It’s so nice to finally have this time with you.
Donna Quesada: it also answers my previous question about how self-inquiry and meditation go hand in hand. We hear so much about mindfulness,
Donna Quesada: He went through such jealousy and contempt from his brothers. And yet, remaining the kind of character that he is. Can you speak to that?
Donna Quesada: Hello and welcome to Awaken.
Donna Quesada: I’m just so glad and honored to spend this time with you. And I want to thank you for this hour that you are giving to the Awaken community.
Donna Quesada: That reminds me of a story I’m wondering if you can share. It’s about using language so as to reach people.
Donna Quesada: That’s a beautiful story. Something I have notice in researching you and your work… You’ve had such a beautiful career and that is because you want to heal people.
Donna Quesada: Nice to meet you Bernie, I’m Donna. Dr. Bernie Siegel, M.D.: Thank You.