Happiness, Exaggerated

Tell people to always be happy and they put up a pretense. They fake their smiles, deny sadness and shun other fragile emotions.

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Avoiding Emotional Distractions (and Fixing Life)

You don’t refill the fuel tank when your car has a flat tire or drink cough syrup when you get a cut on your finger. Any effort must be directed where the fix is required, right?

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Not a Good Indicator

“Confidence is not a good parameter for evaluating whether you can trust somebody. Subjective confidence is not a good indicator.” – Daniel Kahneman

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Getting Outside

If you don’t get outside every day, even for a minute, you have not appreciated what God had done. It makes you grateful for our surroundings, and it starts your day differently. — Johnny Cash

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Becoming Almost Invisible

I used to do that. Uploaded statuses to show how witty I was, shared images to show that I was living a good life. Well, just the usual stuff that all social media users do.

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Can’t Postpone Living

It’s okay to know that you’ll be working and making PPTs for a long time. You’ll pass many of your days waiting for weekends and paydays.

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