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dandelion seeds

I’ve known several people who were born into money and I can tell you that most of them are soft. Weak. Undisciplined, and unhappy. They cry at the slightest provocation, give up at the first sign of resistance, and complain incessantly. This is because once you’ve achieved a certain level of sustenance and stability, money can no longer buy happiness, only stimulation. The real currency of happiness lies in your courageous deeds and your positive effect on the world. Through these, your heart will find peace. If you don’t believe me, study anyone who is consistently happy and fulfilled, and you will find that he is constantly focused on his personal growth and his interpersonal contribution. Laziness and selfishness will only beget a restless spirit.

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male symbol

Thoughts are things. Any thought, good or bad, repeated often enough and with enough emotion will eventually manifest itself as its real-world equivalent. If you think back to your past, you will find this to be true.

The following are thoughts that I affirm from time to time in order to tap into my masculine core:

My thoughts are clear. My words, distinct. My vision, compelling.

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many gold coins

“Knowing is not enough, we must apply. Willing is not enough, we must do.”
-Bruce Lee

Why do I write this blog?

I write it to motivate, to move, to change, to inspire–not just you, dear reader, but also myself. I write because the act of writing clarifies my ideas. It organizes them, brings my awareness to them, and affirms them.

Why do I affirm them?

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console controller

Video game addiction. You typically see it among young intelligent males with low self-esteem. They play for several hours a day until the wee hours of the night, neglecting school, work, their health, and a real world social life. If you restrict their game-playing, they often become depressed, irritable, and resentful. They may verbally and even physically lash out at loved ones at the slightest provocation. How do I know? Because I used to be one of them. Unfortunately, video game addiction is an increasingly common phenomenon worldwide.

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