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    On Feb 28, 2019 Bill Miller wrote:

    “… without having to feel like we need some poor kazoo player to interpret and imitate the symphony for us,”

    Not having read the book, I took the metaphor as a suggestion to not become overly invested in any particular guru or teacher’s philosophy of life and world, but to always measure it against one’s own immediate experience.


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    On Mar 2, 2019 Amy wrote:

    The kazoo player could also be not so poor at all. He could be God. So much of "our personal symphony's are plain and simply off! God, getting our attention to, here and there, affirm our notes/our music ... But challenging us in other areas of a piece. We are not to just "go with the flow" if the flow (of the majority) is contrary to His score.


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