If the goal of life is to do the very best one can do at each unfolding moment of existence, then through spiritual work, one has already escaped the primary cause of suffering. In the stop-frame of the radical present, there is no life story to react to or edit. With this “one-pointedness” of mind, it soon becomes obvious that everything merely “is as it is,” without comment or adjectives.
The Ego is Not the Real You, pg. 66