Anger results in shame. You learn when... - Deepstash

  1. Anger results in shame.
  2. You learn when you think that you don't know; you don't learn when you think that you know.
  3. Money was not used during the primitive age. It is intelligence, that got us where we are now and knowledge fuels our intelligence.
  4. Remove ego and desires from your life. You may be happier twice than before.
  5. Better decisions are taken when you are not in an emotional state.
  6. If you hold a grudge against someone, only person suffering will be you.
  7. Your parents are only the realest people.
  8. Humility is a sign of maturity.
  9. Mental health is more important than wealth.


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