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Good things come to those who wait. True or false?

I think this saying can be accurate. It all depends how we interpret it.

Just waiting for good things to come to you is a recipe for failure. If we only repeat this saying without giving it much thought

#1 we don’t know exactly what those “good things” are,

#2 we don’t know when exactly (if at all) will those things come to us — maybe we will die before it happens,

#3 we don’t know whether those things will make us happy.




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Lukasz Laniecki

Lukasz Laniecki

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