No-fault healing

What we read and hear today about no-fault insurance and even no-fault divorce may encourage us to shift gears and consider a genuine scientific concept of "no fault"—no-fault healing.

By this I don't mean we should fail to accept responsibility for our mistakes but that we can, and should, stop validating error by defining it as a real cause. We can refuse to respond to mortal mind's urging that we discover some reason for sickness, sin, sorrow, suffering, in our own or others' experience. Why should we succumb to the temptation to try to identify—and subtly justify—a cause for a condition that, in reality, never existed in the first place? We can dig in our mental heels and adamantly reject error's insistence that some one or some thing is to blame for an illusion.

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