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True paradise

True paradise

Your anger and your pride are the gates to hell that keep you trapped. But when you master your anger and become humble you can open the gates to paradise and find inner peace.

The true paradise does not lie somewhere out there but in ourself. It is the peace that we find when we defeat our inner demons and let empathy and wisdom enter our hearts.

When we learn to master our thoughts and emotions we open the gates to paradise and find true peace.

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