I hope we take heart the message Miura tried to share. The world is often unfair and cruel. It will traumatize you at best and leave you maimed at worst. Nothing
will make it "just like it was before" you
KB JPG got hurt. Sure, being angry at shit can be da.
a great motivator but it only gets you so far. All you can do is keep moving forward, scars and all. Work to be the best version of yourself and try to live a good life. Look after the people you have, even though you will lose some along the way. You can always make new connections if you're willing to let people in. RIP Miura your struggle has come to an end. Everyone else who made it this far reading my post, I hope you take care of yourselves.
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10 signs you are a
1) You feel the pain of others and have extreme empathy.
2) You notice that strangers open up to you easily.
3) You tend to have vivid dreams often.
4) You need to help people, you don't see any other way.
5) You can't stand crowds and feel overwhelmed
6) You're highly sensitive.
7) You believe you're a spiritual person.
8) You're an anxious person and may have been diagnosed with anxiety.
g) You've experienced depression.
10) You can feel the energy of others, especially if
A lot of the "discourse" around her is
just barely subverted racism. People who don't like her often listen to "minimalist" magazines that actually do tell you to live off one one t-shirt and a potted cactus.
The pantheon so far:
Bob Ross - Love yourself even with your mistakes!
Mister Rogers - Love your neighbor!
Marie Kondo - Love the place around you!
Stefan Karl Stefansson - Take care of yourself!
Steve Irwin - Be kind to animals!
9. Information bias.
The tendency to seek information when it does not ffect action. More information is not always better. With less information, people can often make more accurate predictions.
11. Outcome bias.
Judging a decision based on the outcome rather than how exactly the decision was made in the moment. Just because you won a lot in Vegas doesnit
'mean gambling your money was a smart decision.
10. Ostrich effect.
'The decision to ignore dangerous or negative information by "burying"
one's head in the sand, like
an ostrich. Research suggests that investors check the value of their holdings significantly less often during bad markets.
'Some of us are too confident about our abilities, and this causes us to take greater risks in our daily lives. Experts are
'more prone to this bias than laypeople, since they are more convinced that they are right.