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Sapienthoughts
A community for exchanging interesting ideas, enticing perspectives and poop jokes. Believes in self-improvement and eating vegetables.
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Sapienthoughts 20h
Most of us tie happiness to certain number of zeros on a paycheck.But there are few of us who think money was never a factor for happiness. Both of them are makes you happy only to a certain extent. You can read about it here:
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Sapienthoughts Oct 20
Pondering on death has multiple benefits. It makes you grateful, value relationships more and be humble. Death is a powerful tool that most of us hudge to even talk about. But its benefits are astounding. You can read about it here:
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Sapienthoughts Oct 19
When it comes to tie management we turn to productivity tips and blogs. But I can bet my life on the fact that nothing works on the long run. Why? We fail to understand the core concept of productivity. "Productivity is a personal thing"Read about it here:
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Sapienthoughts Oct 19
Replying to @ShaneAParrish
This rings so true to even a simple blog post...
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Sapienthoughts Oct 19
Replying to @jackbutcher
Three simple lines with a whole lot of wisdom inside it. The art of telling no is what makes the difference.
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Sapienthoughts Oct 18
There's nothing like dying of old age. It's always a disease or an accident. Though its uncomfortable to ponder on our death its useful. Death and sun are similar. You can neither live without nor can you have a starediwn with it. So what's it gonna be?
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Sapienthoughts Oct 17
Your identity is made of beliefs. And the more you bank yourself on a single belief the higher is the possibility that you will get screwed one day. So what beliefs are you so strong about? Are you made of one single belief or many?
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Mark Manson Oct 16
Beware: The constant desire to improve yourself can itself become a subtle form of addiction.
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Mark Manson Oct 16
A sense of purpose does not come from pursuing what feels good. Rather, it comes from pursuing what justifies feeling bad.
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Sapienthoughts Oct 16
Decisions are like compound interests. Poorer decisions compound and produce poor results and vice versa. So what are you gonna do about it? How to make good decisions consistently? Use this formula: Value obtained >=Time/Money spent. Reah here:
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Sapienthoughts Oct 15
We attach ourselves to the things we buy and own. Just as Bradd pitt puts it "The things we own end up owning us". But what if we lose all of them tonight in a house fire or an earthquake. Will you be mentally prepared to face such a tragedy?
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Sapienthoughts Oct 14
Clothes aren't an exact replica of us and they don't make us any better than what we actually are. Internally. And take a look at your wardrobe. It's probably filled with tons of items you never wear. So why buy them in the first place? Read about it here:
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Sapienthoughts Oct 13
Sometimes its death that makes life more meaningful. Having an impending deadline fires our ass to finish a project. But there are no deadlines fro life. Atleast not one that we know of. So what if we assume we will die in 30 days. What would you do if such a situation arises?
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Sapienthoughts Oct 12
Truths aren't pleasant to hear. But its truth that makes us better. Here are a few more truths that accepted will make us into a better person. You can read it here:
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Sapienthoughts Oct 11
Replying to @Kpaxs
You can also add, *What you put in your mind/ the content you consume. Great thought by the way...
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Mark Manson Oct 10
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Sapienthoughts Oct 11
Just like the stoics said expressing anger is unmanly. But anger always shows something about us that even we don't know abut ourselves. You can learn more about it here. The art of converting anger into disciplined energy. Link:
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Sapienthoughts Oct 10
Replying to @NemoPoetry
Great poem bro! Keep up the good work.
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Sapienthoughts Oct 10
Replying to @NemoPoetry
Writing became a part of my life. Not penning a single word down for a few weeks feels like giving my arm to someone. I drown in guilt. It's this fear of losing myself that drives me. Not that I am obsessive, but I cannot live without it either
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Mark Manson Oct 9
Social media and video games are like the diet soda of our emotional well-being — it tastes like we’re hanging out with people, but there are no emotional calories.
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