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Your Daily Chill Out


Chillout: The difficulty is not that there are problems. The difficulty is expecting life to be problem-free, and thinking that having problems is a problem.



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7:22PM PDT on Aug 13, 2012

New goal: remember this when I am experiencing a problem

7:22PM PDT on Aug 13, 2012

New goal: remember this when I am experiencing a problem

7:21PM PDT on Aug 13, 2012

New goal: remember this whenever I encounter a problem

11:22PM PDT on May 20, 2012

Thanks but hard

4:27PM PDT on May 1, 2012

great reminder

2:15PM PST on Dec 22, 2011


10:24AM PST on Dec 22, 2011

Hmmm.. interesting way to look at things. Thanks!

7:47AM PST on Dec 22, 2011

thanks, but difficult

7:04AM PST on Dec 22, 2011


6:36AM PST on Dec 22, 2011

So true:))
Thank you for sharing!

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