The 3 Golden Rules for living

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Die Empty

“I’m just working and having a good time and seeing what develops, which is so awesome, because you don’t know what’s going to happen, and I’m letting myself do that a lot more than I ever have.”
Kathleen Hanna

Just as gravity over mass onearth, circumstances and randomness areinevitable. Fighting over the facts is and will always be like swimming against the current. When something happens that makes us feel defeated, inutile and impotent, anger will devour our selves with no reason nor contribution. It seems as if we needed to mortify ourselves and mourn about what arrived to us. Loosing a phone, loosing our wallet, failing an exam, not passing an application, not winning a tournament… There are many past resultsthat rest stagnatedin our heads which could serve for growth or motivation instead of depravation and blockage. All of this simply resulting into stress, a clicheword which we…

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