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Zett Why | Here and Now

In Here and Now on June 25, 2012 at 11:33 am

Exerpt from ebook “52 Quotes to live by

The past is gone and we can’t change anything. What has already happened, should have happened. If we are alive this moment – everything around us was for this. The future hasn’t arrived yet, and guesses about what it should be like almost never come true, because the mind only provides extreme scenarios. Everything is the way it should be. So it’s not up to you to change the game…

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Zett Why | Everyone’s suffering – yesterday or tomorrow…

In Happiness on June 22, 2012 at 7:18 am

Exerpt from ebook “52 Quotes to live by” 

People are often in a constant rush, and are rarely satisfied with their current situation. Real moments of joy and blessings are usually postponed to the future or remembered from the past. Even present day achievements are valued and analyzed by comparing them to those of other people. This creates the feeling of being in a race – a race that has no end. In today’s modern world the ability to be the best or the strongest is preferred to only being good or strong. Competition is encouraged everywhere, and the race is based on an intellectually created hierarchy principle. The higher the position is, the more applicants…

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Zett Why | Heaven loses its meaning without Hell

In Life, Zett Why on June 12, 2012 at 5:43 am

Exerpt from ebook “52 Quotes to live by

Difficulties are very important to our development. Only in facing obstacles do we live a real life. One day I heard two people on street talking about Heaven. One of them said that all the things you desire are in Heaven, and your wishes are fulfilled at once. Walking away I thought, “Oh God, what a Hell…”

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Zett Why | The real joy is along the Way…

In Life on June 5, 2012 at 9:31 am

Exerpt from ebook “52 Quotes to live by

The real joy is along the Way, not in the goal itself

It seems simple – all of us want to feel joy in every day and every moment, but it doesn’t work somehow. It can be observed that the less a person’s intellect is developed, the more joy he has in life. You want arguments? Look at children. They are able to feel joy in simple things, but while growing and during the development of their intellect, they lose this ability…

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