The Art of Living

Collection of answers that people might have been asking for long

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Have you ever wondered why the voice inside your head keeps going on and on?

“The best way to free yourself from this incessant chatter is to step back and view it objectively.”

Why happiness and sadness are both contagious?

“Just as everything that happens outside in the physical world requires energy, everything that happens inside requires an expenditure of energy.”

“At first it feels unnatural since your innate tendency is to close as a means of protection. But closing your heart does not really protect you from anything; it just cuts you off from your source of energy. In the end, it only serves to lock you inside.”

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Why are we being told to “Live in the Present”?

“Different experiences happen inside because of how you take in and digest the world as it passes through you.”

Why do most people search for happiness?

“Things are going to happen to you, and you’re going to feel the tendency to close. But you have the choice to either go with it or let it go. Your mind will tell you that it’s not reasonable to stay open when these things happen. But you have limited time left in your life, and what’s really not reasonable is to not enjoy life.”

  1. Enjoy every moment
  2. Cheers setback as a learning opportunity
  3. Let go of all the pain, release not resist— just like Elsa

Why were humans born to die?

“Death is not a morbid thought. Death is the greatest teacher in all of life.”



A wandering thinker

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