I saw this and immediately knew I had to repost it. I guess for me my first instinct was to squint since I do have glasses but since I'm nearsighted I wouldn't need for this occasion of random scrolling. But it is very relatable especially since it kind of makes you squint anyways and you really have to focus a bit more just to see what it really says just like how I myself should approach things. Lately I really try to strive for all parts of the story and try not to be bias but also…

I saw this and immediately knew I had to repost it. I guess for me my first instinct was to squint since I do have glasses but since I'm nearsighted I wouldn't need for this occasion of random scrolling. But it is very relatable especially since it kind of makes you squint anyways and you really have to focus a bit more just to see what it really says just like how I myself should approach things. Lately I really try to strive for all parts of the story and try not to be bias but also…

the key to happiness...just think about it, if you and i, we would accept ourselves and our actual situation just as it is, we would no longer be distracted by unrealistic wishes. We would stop being desperatly heartbroken about things we do not own or can do. As soon as we start to appreciate our individual possibilities and abilities, we can figure out where to start and what to do in order to get happy and satisfied. It's all a matter of understanding and accepting.

the key to happiness...just think about it, if you and i, we would accept ourselves and our actual situation just as it is, we would no longer be distracted by unrealistic wishes. We would stop being desperatly heartbroken about things we do not own or can do. As soon as we start to appreciate our individual possibilities and abilities, we can figure out where to start and what to do in order to get happy and satisfied. It's all a matter of understanding and accepting.

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