The great Taoist sage, Laozi teaches us that the universe follows patterns and cycles, first swinging one way and then another
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He encourages all of his students to consider this question "Who Am I?" from every angle, the body, the mind, and the spirit
While this is undoubtedly true, I would argue that it was not my medical knowledge that helped me make wise decisions in this crisis but my staying calm and listening to my inner voice. I think this is at the heart of the question, "Who Am I?"
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