Doubt

Just thought I’d tell you to never doubt yourself. Like, ever. When you doubt, you’re being irrational. Irrationality leads to exaggeration and worry- all of which, do not benefit you. So what’s the point? What’s the point in worrying about what’s been done? And if you mess up, just try to do better next time? There are very few things in this world that can’t be fixed, redone, or interpreted in a more positive light. So don’t worry, you’ll be fine. 🙂

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Expect the unexpected. It’s the inevitable: we never know what is going to happen next, we can plan all we want and it means nothing. Planning and scheduling only makes us feel at ease within our current existence, but not our future, because, really, we don’t know anything except our current approved knowledge. The movie ‘Focus’ is about the players getting beaten at their own game, but ends with the original player winning because he knew what his opponent’s future actions were before he did. Each ‘trick’ they played was executed in style and sophistication, it was amazing to watch. But obviously, because it’s a movie, it was all set up and rehearsed a stupid amount of times beforehand, with only the best run-through making the final cut. Which I think is also fairly similar to life. I sometimes ask myself, what if this is all set-up? What if life is someone else’s game, and we’re all being played? What

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