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tariqreads · an hour ago
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“The pessimist resembles a man who observes with fear and sadness that his wall calendar, from which he daily tears a sheet, grows thinner with each passing day.“ ~ V. Frankl
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tariqreads · 3 hours ago
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“Allow space for the soul to guide you — to guide you to do what it is calling you to do — not what you have been imprisoned into doing by habit, language, perceptions and prejudice. Do not suppress what your secret nature demands.“ ~ J. Lane
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tariqreads · 5 hours ago
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“A good work of art is like a thinking machine that reflects that artist’s ideas, hopes, moods, failures and intuitions.” ~ E. Kagge
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tariqreads · 7 hours ago
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“There are at least five sets of goals, which we may call basic needs. These are briefly physiological, safety, love, ‘esteem, and self-actualization.” ~ A.H. Maslow
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tariqreads · 9 hours ago
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“If seeing 16 sunrises a day and all of Earth’s variety steadily on display for five months had taught me anything, it was that there are always more challenges and opportunities out there than time to experience them.” ~ C. Hadfield
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tariqreads · 11 hours ago
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“The split second and eternity need not be contradictory.“ ~ E. Kagge
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tariqreads · 13 hours ago
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“We feel happy when we’re nice to someone. Because we are social animals that live in packs, we’re programmed to share happiness when we do something for another person.” ~ F. Sasaki
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tariqreads · 15 hours ago
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“Through weakened self-reliance and the increased opportunity for idle, luxurious ease that came with it, Rome, a nation of fighters, became a nation of men more effeminate than women.” ~ B. McKay
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tariqreads · 17 hours ago
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“Some of the people who nowadays call on a psychiatrist would have seen a pastor, priest or rabbi in former days. Now they often refuse to be handed over to a clergyman and instead confront the doctor with questions such as, “What is the meaning of my life?”“ ~ V. Frankl
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tariqreads · 19 hours ago
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“Early success is a terrible teacher. You’re essentially being rewarded for a lack of preparation, so when you find yourself in a situation where you must prepare, you can’t do it. You don’t know how.” ~ C. Hadfield
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