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Life lessons (or some of them)

Humans are complex creatures. There are many things you’ll keep improving all your life. Because the act of living is a constant act of learning. My family told me this last sentence all over again until it got into my head. As I grew up I understood more the depth of that truth. So I wrote an example list of work in progress statements (and some of them are lessons that were earned meanwhile):

– Emotion is not a weakness.

– Being polite is never enough to express a feeling.

– Anxiety comes and goes like the weather.

– People will always have opinions (either you like it or not).

– Some people you’ve met in private will ignore you afterwards.

– Food is love.

– You can meet amazing people in unexpected places at unexpected times.

– Some relationships will not matter.

– Things will always get complicated unless you find the resources to stay within your truth.

– Some people will care for you, but never love you for who you are.

– Things will make sense when you meet the right people.

– What goes around comes around.

– You can have it all. Don’t allow others to convince you otherwise.

– Power can be toxic. Being greedy doesn’t make things better.

– Take deep breaths. You will be alright. Keep holding on.

– Trust your gut.