I see a great mind teaser here.
How can you love what is and become famous and market yourself year after year?
One does not remain in the public eye unless one works ones heinie off to REMAIN there.
If you have a sense of mission and want everyone to do your program, that means you are discontented with how things are and are driven, thus you are not satisfied with or love what 'is'.
If you do 'love what is' you will be content to be an obscure citizen, content to cultivate your own little garden and modest circle of friends.
Only someone who is not satisfied with what is, would go to the trouble and EFFORT
to market him or herself and put out the following three books which present different
versions of that same persons narrative
*A Cry in the Desert
* Losing the Moon
* Loving What Is
BK did not always get advice from a cockroach.
A different version of her public narrative is given in the Cry in the Desert book, discussed here.
More discussions of the books here
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