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mydearestlola · 4 minutes ago
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Oh James.
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mydearestlola · 10 minutes ago
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rag2ric · 11 minutes ago
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Desiring God Getting Of Wisdom For Life for those who want to seek wisdom. Seek you will find knock the door shall be open.
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themissedevolution · 17 minutes ago
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{:~ Our evolutionary journey has been a story of struggle for survival and growth. Struggle was not just against the “dangers and hostilities of the jungle”, but also for “wanting more and better”. The satisfaction of one want was soon dwarfed by another want and we started the struggle all over again. We were never satisfied for long. The struggle was so continuous and uninterrupted that we now find fulfilment only in struggle for growth. We want struggle, not happiness.  Struggle involves curiosity, learning, understanding, discovering, inventing and revolutionising. The worthiest struggle to brave and dedicate your existence is the pursuit of your passion. Passionate struggle keeps the exuberance alive. Psychologist Csikszentmihalyi Mihaly interviewed people who appeared to get a lot out of life. They all reported achieving state of mind with no sense of self. It starts, he said, with “a narrowing of attention on a clearly defined goal”. We feel involved, concentrated, absorbed. We know what must be done, and we get immediate feedback as to how well we are doing. People experiencing flow also describe feelings of timelessness, clarity, and serenity, which he likened to a state of ecstasy. But how can flow be achieved? It always occurred when the challenge of an activity matched a person's skills, the task was doable, but also extended their capabilities and demanded total concentration. Only a reasonable balance of ability and difficulty could lead to flow. If someone's skills were not up to the task, this led to anxiety, and if the task was too easily done, it led to boredom or apathy (falling-off). . . . #evolutionarypsychology #psychology #philosophy #inspiration #yolo #wisdom #knowledge #truth #life #whatislife #logicalthinking #perception #bias #religion #beliefs #faith #god #atheist #skeptic #rebel #emotions #passion #dreams #purpose #happiness #fulfillment #regrets #author #themissedevolution #chaturmutha https://www.instagram.com/p/CN1KswtDgxA/?igshid=17hppf7j7vd5n
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witchtalkk · 22 minutes ago
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if fairies don’t exist then how do you explain me 🧚‍♀️
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eternalsatan · 35 minutes ago
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appleandserpent · 37 minutes ago
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Every next level of your life will demand a different you.
Leonardo DiCaprio
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tariqreads · 43 minutes ago
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“One doesn’t need to be a genius to find delight in an area’s secret haunts and solitudes, its busy streets and public parks, its houses and churches and hills — its simple dust and weeds can be our freedom and peace.“ ~ J. Lane
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quote-diaries · an hour ago
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“All the interests of my reason, speculative as well as practical, combine in the three following questions: 1. What can I know? 2. What ought I to do? 3. What may I hope?” - Immanuel Kant, Critique of Pure Reason
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perfectfeelings · an hour ago
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Being attracted to someone's way of thinking is a whole different level of attraction.
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philosophyquotes · 2 hours ago
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We are as much as we see. Faith is sight and knowledge. The hands only serve the eyes.
Henry David Thoreau, Journals
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tariqreads · 2 hours ago
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“Naive optimism is something children seem to possess innately. In a child’s mind the whole world remains unexplored; the world is changing, we are changing. I believe they are right. There is no finish line.“ ~ E. Kagge
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justdave · 4 hours ago
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To believe straight away is foolishness, to believe after having seen clearly is good sense. That is the Buddhist policy in belief; not to believe stupidly, or to rely only on people, textbooks, conjecture, reasoning, or whatever the majority believes, but rather to believe what we see clearly for ourselves to be the case. This is how it is in Buddhism.
Buddhadasa
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quote-diaries · 4 hours ago
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“We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be.” -Kurt Vonnegut
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tariqreads · 4 hours ago
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“No matter what anyone says or does, my task is to be good. Like gold or emerald or purple repeating to itself, “No matter what anyone says or does, my task is to be emerald, my color undiminished.”” ~ M. Aurelius
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