Amir Freimann: This is what I asked Anne Sweet, and now I’m asking you. Based on everything you [Anne] said, I have not come to the end of seeking. I've been a seeker my entire adult life and I consider myself to still be a seeker. I identify with my individual, historical, separate existence more than with being the Self-Absolute. That's where I feel most at home, and I am happy in that home. And then, obviously, I'm attracted to and engage with the possibility of coming to the end of seeking. It makes my nerves tingle and my juices flow. What would you say to people like me – actually no, not to people like me – what would you say to me?
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