As we progress from phase to phase, we keep changing drastically sometimes. My favorite line used to be, “I will never do this". Over the years, I have done almost everything I said I would never do. "Never" is a word which now holds a very childish connotation in my book of life.
But on the flip side, do notice that I used "ALMOST everything". That is vital to study. What gets excluded from the "almost?"
You know, in reverse psychology, if you want someone to do something, tell them not to do it and it will be definitely done. Similarly, what you should exclude from your "almost everything”, only your mind can do for you.
You can be adventurous and want to try it all with the exception of what is not good or healthy for you. And there comes the role of mind control. I call the mind the "x" factor, like in Algebra where we were supposed to discover or arrive at the value of "x".
Aren't we all spending our days doing just that?
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