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Forge your own bubble

Actively construct your social environment. Don’t let it depend on proximity or chance or on how it has always been, but consciously plan which opinions, attitudes and life-philosophies you do and do not allow to be in your life.

You can’t hang out with negative people and expect to have a positive life.

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