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If we were wise…

I believe that the ultimate goal of wisdom is to have the same clarity you’ll have on your deathbed, but long before that so you can still act on it.

From that perspective, it seems absurd that we would ever: – Feel bad for not fitting in with certain groups – Believe that others are hyper-aware of our minor flaws, like your unmatched shoelaces or tiny scar – Thoughtlessly allow other people’s beliefs, opinions or fears to become our own – Connect with, date, or befriend toxic people out of obligation or fear of the alternative – Blame others for our circumstances – Judge others for anything other than their character – EVER take the most important people in our lives for granted

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