"Our lives are overburdened, and living often seems to us a terrible complicated affair. The problems of the world are so incredibly complex and we see that there are no simple answers. The complexity always leaves us with a feeling of helplessness. And still, amazingly enough, we go on, day by day, always half subconsciously yearning for something simpler, something more meaningful.
So how we look for our lives and living becomes tremendously important. It's up to us to bring this authenticity, this simplicity, this directness, this unburdened clarity into our looking. If such a thing as living life fully interests you then it's up to you to learn about it and live it.
Certainly we can talk together, and we can work together, and we can learn together, but in the end, each one must define his or her individual life. For it is your life alone, nobody else's. And there's no other way.