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Quick Thoughts | On Imaginary Sufferings

Back to the so-called "blank page anxiety", a typical, natural moment that happens to all of us, shamelessly confessed by renowned authors like Oscar Wilde who said: 

"I spent all morning putting in a comma and all afternoon taking it out." 

Generally speaking, those little feelings of emptiness and hesitation, if not embraced, might resist and prevail in larger areas of our personal and/or professional lives, impacting our grit, delaying our decisions to move on. 
- I have no inspiration, 
- I have no time,
- I don't know what to do first, 
and so, and so forth,

Today, I invite you to pick one of those limiting beliefs you know, questioning it: How relevant it is to people who unconditionally believe in you? Seneca, Stoic philosopher and dramatist once established: 

"We suffer more in imagination than in reality"

I would love to hear your thoughts, here or in this corner

Quick Thoughts | On Imaginary Sufferings Reviewed by Khalil Gdoura on November 17, 2020 Rating: 5

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