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Minimalism, Maybe

Is it better to cut costs — live simply, and minimally — so to relieve the stress of needing to work harder, or to earn more money . . . or, is it better to shift the focus to finding higher paying work, or starting, developing and/or growing your business(es), and thus, ideally, having earnings such that your lifestyle isn’t curbed or affected by money anymore?

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What’s the Point?

In today’s information age, it’s a fairly easy thing to get overwhelmed. When you have mainstream media nonsense, social media addiction, video games and endless phone apps, you’re likely heading for a regular dose of sensory, and emotional overload.

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The Familiar Face

When we look at someone, we instantly process their appearance, primarily on a subconscious level. We may find attraction, based on what is essentially an algorithm we’ve been instilled with and has itself evolved throughout the countless influences and circumstances we grew up around and with. Our parents or primary guardians are inevitably the strongest influences in what draws (or repels) us, naturally. It’s emotional, too, and magnetic. Yet, beyond the surface, what we cannot usually see with our naked eyes affects us, too.

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Beyond Childhood

Life will always be pushing you to hone, refine, resolve, overcome—to be the whole you. It could be your woman, your man, your friend, your so-called enemy, it doesn’t matter. Who or what it is is relevant to you, in the present, at this junction, because it’s only ever now that offers us the chance to grow, to change, to align with our truer nature, or to continue dying.

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Judgment

Your judgments change nothing. Stop squandering your creatorship. Use what you see in the world simply as a reference point. Use it as a reflection, as a mirroring of things that you yourself can effect change toward by changing your own consciously aware behavior.

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