Category: Timeless Wisdom

Timeless Wisdom – #acceptance

We all know – shit happens. What is easiest to change: your opinion about it or the shit that already happened?  The answer is obvious: accept your shit! Accept rather than to fight every little thing you can’t probably change.  But be smart, my friend! Instead of simply accepting of ‘shit’ – try to enjoy…whatever

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Timeless Wisdom – #KeepGoing

I’m sure you know people who’ve been VERY lucky in life. Despite never planning, making reckless decisions, jumping from one thing to the next, they somehow survived without a scratch.  It’s natural to be a bit envious of these folks. We want the easy life too – or so we think. Anyone can get lucky.

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Timeless Wisdom – #youCANdoIT

There’re 2 kinds of people in the world. The first looks at others who have accomplished things and thinks: Why them? Why not me? The second looks at those same people and thinks: If they can do it, why can’t I? Who will you be?  Be wise – see the success of others as an inspiration! 

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Timeless Wisdom – #mindset

“Don’t make yourself small. Not for anyone. If someone tells you you’re too much… too loud, too sensitive, too fierce, too caring, too intellectual, too optimistic, too realistic, too logical, too emotional… just smile and move on, my friend. Clearly, they aren’t enough for you.”  L.R. Knost Next post – Food, Medicine and Poison

Timeless Wisdom – #freedom

The truth is…nobody is free anymore. ‘The person is free who lives as they wish’, – said one old smart dude. Are you this free person today? Nope.  It’s sad to consider how much time people spend during the day doing things they ‘HAVE’ to do – not necessary obligations like work and family, but

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Timeless Wisdom – #FoodForThought

British biologist Richard Peto noticed an unusual paradox – if the chance of a single cell in the body becoming cancerous is the same across all animals, then larger, longer-lived species, such as elephants, should develop many more cancers than humans, as their bodies contain many more cells. Yet…elephants hardly ever get cancer, and in

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