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Nowadays we are in an era that I really love. The era of doubt of whatever we have been taught all over the past years, even centuries. So today we are going to reinvent the word genius and what it really means. Till today, a genius is a person that was born with this identity, is had most to do with the understanding of Maths or Science.
Wanting to die is so easy. I have wanted to die almost every day of my adult life. (I guess getting into adulthood is a little more difficult for drama queens). So yes, I have tried to kill myself in many lazy ways, like smoking everything, drinking everything, eating everything, especially shit.
This is an article I wrote for the blog https://blog.peacerevolution.net/
If you don’t smile at your face in the mirror, you are smartly abused. If it doesn’t make you happy, it is smart abuse. Simple as that.
There is a myth (no there isn’t, but it must sound legendary), that inside our body, right below our heart, there is a rosebush, which is planted in us as soon as we are planted in our mother’s body. We come in this world with it, but not everyone keeps it alive till the end.
What is a mental virus and how it affects the relationship we have with ourselves? How important is it to figure it out and get rid of it? How easy is it?
Have you reached to a point where you have realized that you can no longer follow.? Not only it doesn’t serve you anymore, but you are wrecked. The good news is that your body and soul have broken down so as to defend you. They want, like a little child, to get your attention, they know that if they don’t get your attention, you are strong and you will continue doing what you know best.
We cannot work for the future if we struggle alone. We need to get connected and be together.
Today I really want to talk to you about something that I really find important. The importance of finding our own tribe. The tribe that we are meant to belong to, not the one that our family, school or media engaged us with. As the years go by in our life , I find our tribe, as important as water, food and shelter.