"The truth is more simple than can be practiced. Suffering is very complex, and for it to continue, it must be practiced."
This compilation of monologues and interactions explores the core issues of suffering and addiction. Gangaji clarifies how ignoring the truth of oneself is the root of perpetuating unnecessary suffering. She demonstrates that the discovery of inherent peace lies in the conscious investigation of the impulse to avoid pain and grasp for pleasure. The choice to continue to suffer or not is always present. In the willingness to unravel the stories of victimization, to illuminate the habits of denial, and to expose the practice of desire, the bondage to suffering and addiction can be broken. This mature investigation finally leads one to ask the essential question, "Who is suffering?"