'I've Lost My Joy and I Want It Back!'
We are living in strange, moralistic and masochistic times, with massive problems that need to be confronted, daily.
Keeping oneself entangled in the daily news coverage only adds to our depression and anxiety.
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We need to protect our brain from negativity, hatred, and racism that we see all around us.
The outside world and its many twisted problems, shown to us 24/7 aren't helping us or our family in any positive way.
Our daily lives are filled with ugliness, and forgiveness is the key to survival in this age.
Instead of trying to fix everything, just remain calm, forgive and move on. This is one of the surest ways to get your happiness back.
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Rich people are not all obsessed with money. Some talk about money but they understand that their money does not equate to their inherent value. They don't act entitled to anything. They work hard for what they want.
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