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Negative emotions are a call-to-action

Negative emotions are a call-to-action

Whenever we feel strong negative emotions this means our body or mind wants to tell us that something is not going right.


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You too are going to die and that's why you too were fortunate enough to have lived.



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Confronting mortality

Confronting ourselves with our own mortality makes us question which values are really worth living with. And what should be our legacy. What do we want to leave in this world.


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Good values VS bad values

Good values VS bad values

We orientate our life according to our values. And we set our goals according to them.

Bad values make you dependent from external factors. Good values are achieved internally


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Death pushes us to live

Death pushes us to live

Life is limited by death. So, thanks to death we can either say it doesn't make sense to do anything at all (because we're gonna die anyway) or it can also be a reason to give in someone's fear of shame. Since it's all just a bunch of nothing anyway.

Without death everything would b...


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Difference between responsability and fault

Difference between responsability and fault

Everybody does mistakes. But in the presence you can take responsibility for them. Fault happend in the past. Focus on the present.

Whatever happend in the past stays in the past. Take responsability for the things that happens in the past, but don't focus on that. Focus on...


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Life is a constant problem solving - but which problems is important

Life is a constant problem solving - but which problems is important

Everyone of us struggles with problems in life. The difference is just what kind of problems. And what do you obtain if you solve them.

Suffering is part of life. But if you suffer due to problems that will make you achieve a goal you care about, the suffering is wo...


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