Ultimately, I decided not to, and developed the idea that I should identify the lessons I didn’t want to learn from life, and simply choose not to learn them. My intent was not necessarily to evaluate whether a certain lesson was true or false in a given context, rather that there are certain lessons that are true in some scenarios, but learning them forms a limiting belief. Limiting belief, founded on a circumstantially true lesson, can change the slope of your future in unpleasant ways. Choose empowering beliefs, as your beliefs are often unchecked.
Lessons not worth learning.
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- You are never dedicated to something you have complete confidence i...from Robert M. Pirsig
- A river of material flows through us. When we share our works and o...from Rick Rubin
- Many of our beliefs were learned before we had a choice in what we ...from Rick Rubin
- All you crazy MFs are completely overlooking the fact that **softwa...from Steve Yegge
- Poka-yoke is another Japanese method, this one invented by Shigeo S...from Don Norman