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Detachment

Detachment

Don't get too much attached to anything in life because Attachment leads to Thinking then Overthinking and then obsessing.

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I really admire MS since my childhood from his looks, his game, his attitude, his calmness to the impact and legacy he has made to the world, these are some of his traits that the author got to know as she interviewed him and i tried to provide you them all from the book in a short possible manner.

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