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Our emotions are mere tools to justify our intended actions

Our emotions are mere tools to justify our intended actions

We get angry and show aggression to make a point. We make a point to possibly win an argument, which in turn is a means to establish supremacy over the person on the receiving end.

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Interested about economics, productivity and keeping a growth mindset

A lot of time and effort is spent on unnecessary things, which are futile. The mantra for happiness is really simple, and this book, with the help of a dialogue, gives it to the reader.

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