“The more we run from it the more we run into it.”

(It’s) “The thing in the story, in the mythology, that you have to do for the kingdom to be well, and it’s always something you don’t want to do (confront or talk about).  And it’s always that thing that’s so much about you — confronting yourself — that is tailor-made for you to fail dealing with it.  And the question of your heroism, and of your courage and of your success in dealing with this trial, is can you confront it with honesty and do you confront it and do you have the energy to sustain and attack on it…The more we run from it the more we run into it.”

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