in deed and in word

Indeed, the proliferation and subsequent corruption, or morphing of a theory, then, has no hold over the purity, or the soundness of the original thought and so, the original practice.  However though, what do you make of influence?  How do you come to understand and uphold your own practice unless by manner of constant judgement and determination?  How do you weigh yourself—were it even so that you had no desire whatsover for the preservation of “your practice”, as it were.

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