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The Danger of a Single Path

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The psychic tells you what you want to hear: that someday is today and that the future holds great things for you.

But the reality isn’t so glorious. Shit continues to happen. Good luck is only as promising as a fortune cookie. While prayer instills hope, it too can over promise and under deliver. The quickest route to happiness appears to be acceptance. But that attitude breeds inanition.

When in doubt, disrupt yourself. Shake shit up. Seek a little danger. Try something new. Get lost. Go the path not recommended by Google Maps. The path worthwhile is the one that takes the longest.

“If you're going through hell, keep going.” – Winston Churchill

And don't stop.

 

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