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    Quote Originally Posted by JTG1984 View Post
    Don't trust anyone!
    Awful!!!

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    You can trust people... As long as you don't get dissappointed easily. ;P
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    Have a glass of water first thing in the morning.

    Don't drink too much coffee or alcohol.

    Stretch a lot.

    Take deep breaths. This seems dumb, but I'm serious. Do this as often as you think of it.

    Go easy on yourself. No one has ever been you before. There is no formula.

    Don't worry about what others' think. Be bold. Be yourself.


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    Very few things in life are impossible, with the potential exception of skiing through a revolving door.

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    It matters.

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    Only a Sith deals in absolutes.

    You would think less about what others thought of you if you realised how seldom they do.

    You are always being judged by others. You can not not communicate. Attempting not to will itself communicate something, this is inevitable.

    Strictly observe the Golden Mean, ie all things in moderation, no extremes. Temperence trumphs total abstinence unless you have an addictive streak.

    Never forget the Golden Rule, treat others as you would have them treat you, not how others have treated you.

    Try were possible to maintain a "beginners mind", dont begin to imagine you have nothing to learn. Ever.

    Introspection, reflection and garnering insights are beneficial, however, dont imagine for a moment that others will do so or have done so.

    Be aware of your own filters but know that others will have their own, language itself is
    social but it doesnt stop the same word having greatly different meanings to different individuals or groups, be prepared for others to presume much.

    Develop some awareness of your internal scripts, develop emotional competence and bounce for those inevitable difficulties you will encounter. Dont let those scripts govern you, dont be a games player, however, be prepared for others to be adept games players and to want to do nothing other than play games all the day through. Unconscious games players and games playing is the bane of all human life, to many people respond to friends, colleagues, managers, subordinates and strangers as though they were parents, siblings or significant others from their past.

    See the word for exactly what it is, not what ought, might or should be. Realpolitik thinking is important but difficult to develop without cynicism or paranoia.

    Journalling is a good idea, introspection isnt a bad thing. The majority of human suffering probably results from mankinds inability to spend time alone in a quiet room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katsuni View Post
    Very few things in life are impossible, with the potential exception of skiing through a revolving door.
    that depends on your definition of skiing. would any movement with skis on be defined as skiing?
    When they discover the center of the universe, a lot of people will be disappointed to discover they are not it.
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    It is bad luck to be superstitious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SecantSquared View Post
    that depends on your definition of skiing. would any movement with skis on be defined as skiing?
    Personally I hope so.
    ~ Truth ~ Freedom ~ Health ~ Love ~ Communication ~ Humor ~ Respect ~

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    He's fucking lying, it's not easy and if he insists it is kick him in the dick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    He's fucking lying, it's not easy and if he insists it is kick him in the dick.
    If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?

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