The habit of saying “I’ll be happy when …” - Deepstash

The habit of saying “I’ll be happy when …”

  • makes us passive and stuck
  • keeps us waiting for life to happen to us instead of creating a life we want right now.
  • keeps us wishing and searching instead of enjoying and living.

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