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March 23, 2000 | 7:00 pmConsider the lyrics of Cheryl Wheeler's song "Unworthy":
"I'm unworthy -- and no matter what I'm doing I should certainly be doing something else.
And it's selfish, to be thinking I'm unworthy. All this me, me, me, me, self, self, self, self, self.
I should learn how to meditate and sew...