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One of the problems with the English language is that important words can often be insufficient to define the idea they’re attempting to describe.

Let’s take the word “mindfulness”. If you have even the slightest interest in mental health, you would have heard the word by now and it is most associated with Buddhist philosophy. And yet, “mindfulness” came from a British scholar who attempted to translate the Pali word “sati” to English.

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