Someone who seems to be heavily involved in family issues asks Mooji for guidance on how to remedy her present situation. The conversation begins with report after report of what is going wrong in her life and the lives around her, and of stories of trying to cope with daily life. Mooji points out that her present identity is shaping what she is experiencing and guides the attention back to awareness. Awareness is completely independent of the struggling mind and does not have a story. Can you go to the place where there is no story? By the end of the conversation, there is a recognition of this place of emptiness that does not belong to a person, and also a realization that greatest 'action' to take is to remain as the Self, not to waste any energy putting out fires.