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Type: Writer
Nationality: Brazilian
Date of Birth: 12/25/1925
Date of Death: 04/27/1998


 

Carlos Castaneda Quotes > Dwelling upon the self too...

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Dwelling upon the self too much produces terrible fatigue. A man in that position is deaf and blind to everything else. The fatigue itself makes him cease to see the marvels all around.
Carlos Castaneda
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