“You must not let fatigue set in,” she warns. “That is what my mother said. Let the body work until it is spent, but keep your mind for yourself.”

“Good advice.”

“To tell the truth, I do not know this thing called ‘mind,’ what it does or how to use it. It is only a word I have heard.”

“The mind is nothing you use,” I say. “The mind is just there. It is like the wind. You simply feel its movements.”

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