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December 25, 1979 by Michio Kushi from the preface of his book How to See Your Health-
Knowing is the beginning of Freedom. The Art of knowing is the art of realizing freedom.
All suffering comes from Ignorance:
Ignorance of what I am, Ignorance of who I am, of What We Are.
The art of knowing is the opening of the secret of life, And a path for Health, Happiness and Eternal Life.