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You're Wrong

If you think the problem is somewhere else, you're wrong. If you think you hate something, you're wrong.

As hard as it might be to swallow, the truth is, the problem you're dealing with is the pain of experiencing your own thoughts, and more importantly, emotions. The problem is not what's happening in the world around you.

I'm talking about your relationships, your job, your life purpose - all of these things that you think are the problem, are really not at all the problem.

Instead, your mind and heart are in cahoots, and you're up against them, most likely unaware of of what's going on.

The outside world is constantly disrupting your mind's view of how things should be. It's never ending, haven't you realized?

The truth is, that's just the nature of reality. Things move through time and space. Atoms form into molecules, molecules combine into different forms, vibrational energies morph into thoughts, which affect moods, which cause people to act certain ways.

It's all the play of the universe. It's all exactly how it should be, because it is this way. It cannot be otherwise.

You happen to have a role in this dance. Yes, relative to the universe at large, it's an infinitesimal role. But a role nonetheless. The question is, what do you do with this opportunity? Do you collide with everything that comes your way, and try to push it back? Or do you open up to the magic of the universe?

Life unfolds quite different for those who are open, compared to those who are not.

When you say you hate something, question that. Perhaps you're trying to push something away which has already come to you.

Perhaps instead of pushing it away, you could let it continue its journey past you.

Perhaps the very thing you hate is the very thing you're keeping in your foreground anyway. Life can be ironic like that.

Live with substance!

Gabe Orlowitz

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