What happens if I pursue the wrong path? - Deepstash

What happens if I pursue the wrong path?

stop worrying about this idea that you’re going to “waste time” by pursuing the wrong path. You’re already doing nothing by staying suck in the same spot

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Educator, Coach, Life Long Learner. Curious and devoted to self improvement.

Your purpose can evolve with you if you allow yourself to believe you are always evolving and capable of way more than you ever imagined.

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The Philosophy Of Alan Watts

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  • Stop doing what you know to be wrong. Today. Don’t waste time questioning how you know that what you’re doing is wrong, if you are certain that it is.
  • Don’t try to reorganize the state until you have ordered your own experience. 

8. Stop worrying about what others think

8. Stop worrying about what others think

If you’re going to do something amazing, then you can’t waste time worrying about what others think of it. There will always be some idiot who wants to hold you back. So, know to ignore them beforehand.

You’ve got to do this, full force. So, don’t let anyone sway yo...

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Being worried about doing the right thing all the time that you become worried about how much you’re worrying. Or feeling so guilty for every mistake you make that you begin to feel guilty about how guilty you’re feeling.

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