Going extreme is oftentimes an easy way out.
In Hebrew, the word me’od means ‘very’, but it also looks like the word mot, which means ‘death’. Whenever we become extreme, we are out of balance and we bring chaos into our lives.
This is also true for spirituality.
It is very easy to go completely spiritual; it is also very easy to stay completely non-spiritual. The hard thing, is to find a place in-between.
That is, to live spiritually in a non-spiritual world.
Huiwen embarked on a spiritual journey following her personal struggles, a period of bewilderment with fruitless quests, and her epiphany that the only way to change the world is by changing oneself. A dedicated student at the Kabbalah Centre and of other mystical teachings, Huiwen is committed to her own spiritual growth through spiritual studies and practices, as well as by living the mundane. It is her belief that true spirit (or wisdom) cannot be bought or taught, but lived.
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