Don’t Look Up

What we can learn from the Netflix movie.

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Sometimes, I play out depressing scenarios in my head.

I’m not sure why I do it, but it often involves family and friends.

Kinda weird, I know.

But funnily enough, it’s probably the quickest way for my brain to recentre and remember why they matter to me, why our arguments mean nothing and how…

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Dr. Faisal Jamshaid

Dr. Faisal Jamshaid

Documenting my personal philosophy on what really matters in life. Youtube/Newsletter: www.faisaljamshaid.com

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