“The art of being indulged in something else so... - Deepstash

“The art of being indulged in something else so as to avoid or deviate from your actual purpose or problems” - Farzan

Nowadays, escaping from the reality and living in your own world and your own dreams have become much easier than living the real life which we have.

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