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Sagaciousness

Aashish Jung

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Summary

Are you constant voice in your head?
 
The voice that is always analyzing situations, finding problems, having opinions, being self-referential, self-centered. It’s begins from the moment you wake up, before even opening your eyes.
 
Thousands and thousands of thoughts just circling, forming, expanding, and at times exaggerating situations ALL DAY. Unceasing, endless thoughts. Telling you how to speak, react, which action to take. It is that voice OURS? Should we accept that?  What it says, must be true?
 
___________  _______________  ______________  _______________  ____
 
Someone asked him, How to make a beautiful life? And he replied, " There is no one answer to this question since beauty is subjective. However, some ways to make life more beautiful need wisdom, by which we can include filling our life with positive experiences, enjoying the little things, and staying in the moment. Additionally, surrounding yourself with things that bring you happiness can make our life more beautiful. Ultimately, it is up to each individual to decide what makes life beautiful for them.      
 
____________________   _____________________   __________________                                                                
 
Ignorance is the lack of knowledge, understanding, or awareness. Probably, that is why...being a fake has become so acceptable these days, that people get offended when you keep it real. So, sagaciousness is the quality of being sagacious or wise. Developing the wisdom to see reality
Available since: 10/25/2022.
Print length: 131 pages.

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