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  • "Dear Gioel,

    First of all let me start by telling you that I really like you a lot - you are being great company and this silence is not boring at all. I have some advices for you, because I fear you will tend to forget the illuminations and ideas that popped up in your head in these days. So there we go:

    1. Give 100% always. Commitment brings joy and resources- don't give up your ideals because they procreate energy like rabbits- so you are on the right track for now, I know. Ah, 99% is not 100%, just a reminder.

    2. Accept when you need to surrender. At times, acceptance is the only thing that can unblock your energy. Release.

    3. EVERYTHING IS CONSTANTLY CHANGING. Thoughts are only thoughts, don't take them too seriously. There are 6 billion more at any given moment - TAKE IT EASY!

    4. You are a lot simpler than you think. Search for that simplicity and be yourself.

    5. Most mistakes come from a lack of clarity and awareness in certain moments. Try to calm your energy down. The feelings of tension and panic are illusions. They will leave and find you untouched. Whether calm or agitated- you are. I am.
    Bad thoughts get in the way of being myself and reaching my goals because they turn off my energy. They step on it- and it sucks. SO let them go.

    6. Take things as they come. Breath. Think about the meaning of what you say. Think about how your words affect others. Words can be painful and have an energy.

    PROVE YOURSELF BY DOING AND BE PATIENT-

    Ok- it for now-
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