a Few Words
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a Few Words

“A mind once stretched by a new idea never regains its original dimension”

Photo by Aditya Wardhana on Unsplash

We live in a self-made mental cage.

But it’s not our fault, it’s by design, as our brain, day after day, tends to deal with the same thoughts because it’s easier and consumes less energy.

It starts to become our fault when we are aware of this and, consciously, we accept it, losing the greatest opportunity of…

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A few words can change lives.

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