Many times in life the question is not whether to do thing or another, but when to emphasize one aspect or another.
Rest or train? Research or write? Diversify or concentrate?
Opposite answers can both be right. The question is which one is the right answer for right now.
— James Clear
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- The Great Thing Is Not Having A MindThe great thingis not havinga mind. Feelings:oh, I have those; theygovern me. — Louise Gluick from poem The Red Poppy
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- Stop Being Jerked Like A PuppetDiscard your misperceptions. Stop being jerked like a puppet. Limit yourself to the present. — Marcus Aurelius
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