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The simpler life is, the less strenuous it is

by Deborah W Dove 2 months ago in advice
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We can't choose where we come from, but we can choose how we live.

Most people believe that everyone else in the world should change except themselves. The truth is, it's easier to change yourself than it is to change others. Those who try to change the minds of others by themselves are naive and ridiculous.

The way of thinking of adults has basically been solidified, it is difficult to change anything, so please do not try to change others, because it is futile.

The simpler life is, the less strenuous it is

· North Panpan

Most people believe that everyone else in the world should change except themselves. The truth is, it's easier to change yourself than it is to change others. Those who try to change the minds of others by themselves are naive and ridiculous.

The way of thinking of adults has basically been solidified, it is difficult to change anything, so please do not try to change others, because it is futile.

If you have to change something, try to change yourself.

No passion to make money, have to bear the fear of no money.

The fear of losing your job in middle age means that you won't be able to pay your bills in the future, which makes it very likely that you'll actually face unemployment or a pay cut later on.

The fear of losing a stable job and not having enough money to live on.

Adult worries are many, many enough that you can lose control and have a nervous breakdown at any moment. If you can't change yourself for the time being, it is also a good choice to reduce your current desire for the time being.

Life is not so complicated, complex is the heart. The more you want, the less likely you are to be happy.

Life doesn't have to be too hard, frankly accept every day, let go of others also let go of yourself, maybe you can live a more transparent happy.

Life sea sea, everyone has everyone's life, everyone has everyone's wonderful, wonderful life is because of making the right choice. Happy life, just because you don't want so much.

In order to find a stable life, we try to learn a major, and then try to improve our professional skills, or to start a business. Then we grow up from children, and the more we grow up, the more we worry. The more I grow up, the more worldly I feel. The more I grow up, the more I feel that life is passing faster and faster. The more I grow up, the more I find life too tired.

In the face of others' schadenfreude, malicious, the more you care, the more trouble.

If you don't care, everything else is just a cloud. If you expect too much about your house, your income, your car, your kids' grades, the more obsession you will have. The harder it is to live a happy life.

When you need less, stay healthy, filter out the people you hate, and focus on the good side of life. Don't expect things from others, and your relationships will be a lot less fraught.

Reduce your desires.

When you lose interest in expensive cosmetics, clothes, watches, cars, houses, twinkies, whether it's in the outside world or in eating, you reduce your desire for everything.

The less desire, the more peace of mind. The more peaceful the state of mind, the mood can be more comfortable, happy mood, the body can be healthier. Let life be simple, no matter from the material, or interpersonal relations, do not take the initiative to call friends, nor meddle, a cup of tea, a piece of light music, simple, refreshing, live their own life.

We can't choose where we come from, but we can choose how we live.

When you get your life in order, when you let everything go, when you cut the unimportant people and things out of your life, the good will follow.

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About the author

Deborah W Dove

I'm 29 years old, and I'm an aspiring writer, film producer, and mental health advocate. I am able to touch the reader in some way, express my emotions eloquently, and enrich my life through writing.

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