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getting out of bed: when you have trouble getting out of bed, tell your- I have to go to work-as a human being What do I have to was born for-the things I was 1. At dawn, you l complain of, if I'm going to do what I huddle under the blankets and stay warm? hrought into the world to do? Or is this what I was created for? To -But it's nicer here. ou were born to feel "nice"? Instead of doing things and xperiencing them? Don't you see the plants, the birds, the ants and going about their individual tasks, putting the world in order, as best they can? And you're not willing to do your a human being? Why aren't you running to do what your So y spiders and bees job as nature demands? -But we have to sleep sometime.... Agreed. But nature set a limit on that-as it did on eating and drinking. And you're over the limit. You've had more than enough of that. But not of working. There you're still below your quota. You don't love yourself enough. Or you'd love your nature too, and what it demands of you. People who love what they do wear themselves down doing it, they even forget to wash or eat. Do you have less respect for your own nature than the engraver does for engravirn ving, the dancer for the dance, the miser for money or the social climber for status? When they're really possessed by what they do, they'd rather ing their arts. ey'd rather stop eating and sleeping than give up practic- lshel Uber Humor elping others lessvaluable to you:? Not worth your effore 'm afraid just blue myselif failnation: From the 5th book of Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations, here’s a little motivation from arguably the greatest and noblest emperor in the history of Rome.
 getting out of bed: when you have trouble getting out of bed, tell your-
 I have to go to work-as a human being What do I have to
 was born for-the things I was
 1. At dawn,
 you
 l
 complain of, if I'm going to do what I
 huddle under the blankets and stay warm?
 hrought into the world to do? Or is this what I was created for? To
 -But it's nicer here.
 ou were born to feel "nice"? Instead of doing things and
 xperiencing them? Don't you see the plants, the birds, the ants and
 going about their individual tasks, putting the
 world in order, as best they can? And you're not willing to do your
 a human being? Why aren't you running to do what your
 So y
 spiders and bees
 job as
 nature demands?
 -But we have to sleep sometime....
 Agreed. But nature set a limit on that-as it did on eating and
 drinking. And you're over the limit. You've had more than enough
 of that. But not of working. There you're still below your quota.
 You don't love yourself enough. Or you'd love your nature too,
 and what it demands of you. People who love what they do wear
 themselves down doing it, they even forget to wash or eat. Do you
 have less respect for your own nature than the engraver does for
 engravirn
 ving, the dancer for the dance, the miser for money or the
 social climber for status? When they're really possessed by what
 they do, they'd rather
 ing their arts.
 ey'd rather stop eating and sleeping than give up practic-
 lshel
 Uber Humor
 elping others lessvaluable to you:? Not worth your effore
 'm afraid just blue myselif
failnation:

From the 5th book of Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations, here’s a little motivation from arguably the greatest and noblest emperor in the history of Rome.

failnation: From the 5th book of Marcus Aurelius’ Meditations, here’s a little motivation from arguably the greatest and noblest emperor...

getting out of bed: @SCHOOL4SUCCESS WHEN YOU FINALLY LET GO OF THE PAST, SOMETHING BETTER COMES ALONG That's the thing though, not many people truly let go; the charged emotion lives on to ruin their day. Letting go fully means, only wisdom remains, not pain. . To fully decommission the pain, one must change their energy and live beyond past experience. One may think that each day is a "new day" but for most, it's a reproduction of the past with slight daily variants, and so their energy remains the same, and they remain the same. How many times have you tried to change but fell back to old ways? . Your brain has a complete record of your past and for most, operates from the past through the Law of Least Effort running subconscious routines, habits. And because your brain is unconsciously firing existing neurons to reflect everything you know, have experienced, and can predict to feel safe, your past becomes your future. . What do we do each morning? The subconscious mind goes to work (the Law of Least Effort) and switches on sensory reminders of who we are. So we are forcefully plugged into the past to repeat past behaviours, and so, nothing really changes. . We get out of bed that same way and start following familiar cues. We might next have a shower the same way, groom ourselves the same way, to look the same way, have a coffee from the same mug, have a usual breakfast, and get to work the same way. . Why do we secretly expect something different to show up in our lives when we think with the same energy, perform the same actions, and live running past subconscious routines? . To change, one must transcend into a new level of mind by changing their energy. To change your energy, you must transcend into pure consciousness and become entangled with a reality that is aligned with your vision at the quantum level. . markiron mindWideOpen 👉 @imarkiron .
 getting out of bed: @SCHOOL4SUCCESS
 WHEN YOU FINALLY LET GO
 OF THE PAST, SOMETHING
 BETTER COMES ALONG
That's the thing though, not many people truly let go; the charged emotion lives on to ruin their day. Letting go fully means, only wisdom remains, not pain. . To fully decommission the pain, one must change their energy and live beyond past experience. One may think that each day is a "new day" but for most, it's a reproduction of the past with slight daily variants, and so their energy remains the same, and they remain the same. How many times have you tried to change but fell back to old ways? . Your brain has a complete record of your past and for most, operates from the past through the Law of Least Effort running subconscious routines, habits. And because your brain is unconsciously firing existing neurons to reflect everything you know, have experienced, and can predict to feel safe, your past becomes your future. . What do we do each morning? The subconscious mind goes to work (the Law of Least Effort) and switches on sensory reminders of who we are. So we are forcefully plugged into the past to repeat past behaviours, and so, nothing really changes. . We get out of bed that same way and start following familiar cues. We might next have a shower the same way, groom ourselves the same way, to look the same way, have a coffee from the same mug, have a usual breakfast, and get to work the same way. . Why do we secretly expect something different to show up in our lives when we think with the same energy, perform the same actions, and live running past subconscious routines? . To change, one must transcend into a new level of mind by changing their energy. To change your energy, you must transcend into pure consciousness and become entangled with a reality that is aligned with your vision at the quantum level. . markiron mindWideOpen 👉 @imarkiron .

That's the thing though, not many people truly let go; the charged emotion lives on to ruin their day. Letting go fully means, only wisdo...

getting out of bed: Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Albert Einstein Einstein gave us clues about change, and it’s taken me over two years to comprehend what a few of his philosophies meant. So, it's taken me time to work out that our reality is entangled either by the past or by our vision of the future, and there is no time; time is an illusion. . "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." . "The most important question you can ask is if the Universe is a friendly place." . So most of us live behind walls to survive and protect ourselves, not to thrive and live empowered. . To change, one must change their energy and live beyond past experience. One may think that each day is a "new day" but for most, it's a reproduction of the past with slight daily variants, and so their energy remains the same, and they remain the same. How many times have you tried to change but fell back to old ways? . Your brain has a complete record of your past and for most, operates from the past through the Law of Least Effort running subconscious routines, habits. And because your brain is unconsciously firing existing neurons to reflect everything you know, have experienced, and can predict to feel safe, your past becomes your future. . What do we do each morning? The subconscious mind goes to work (the Law of Least Effort) and switches on sensory reminders of who we are. So we are forcefully plugged into the past to repeat past behaviours, and so, nothing really changes. . We get out of bed that same way and start following familiar cues. We might next have a shower the same way, groom ourselves the same way, to look the same way, have a coffee from the same mug, have a usual breakfast, and get to work the same way. . Why do we secretly expect something different to show up in our lives when we think with the same energy, perform the same actions, and live running past subconscious routines? . To change, one must transcend into a new level of mind by changing their energy. To change your energy, you must transcend into pure consciousness and become entangled with a reality that is aligned with your vision at the quantum level. . school4success markiron
 getting out of bed: Insanity: doing the
 same thing over and
 over again and
 expecting different
 results.
 Albert Einstein
Einstein gave us clues about change, and it’s taken me over two years to comprehend what a few of his philosophies meant. So, it's taken me time to work out that our reality is entangled either by the past or by our vision of the future, and there is no time; time is an illusion. . "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." . "The most important question you can ask is if the Universe is a friendly place." . So most of us live behind walls to survive and protect ourselves, not to thrive and live empowered. . To change, one must change their energy and live beyond past experience. One may think that each day is a "new day" but for most, it's a reproduction of the past with slight daily variants, and so their energy remains the same, and they remain the same. How many times have you tried to change but fell back to old ways? . Your brain has a complete record of your past and for most, operates from the past through the Law of Least Effort running subconscious routines, habits. And because your brain is unconsciously firing existing neurons to reflect everything you know, have experienced, and can predict to feel safe, your past becomes your future. . What do we do each morning? The subconscious mind goes to work (the Law of Least Effort) and switches on sensory reminders of who we are. So we are forcefully plugged into the past to repeat past behaviours, and so, nothing really changes. . We get out of bed that same way and start following familiar cues. We might next have a shower the same way, groom ourselves the same way, to look the same way, have a coffee from the same mug, have a usual breakfast, and get to work the same way. . Why do we secretly expect something different to show up in our lives when we think with the same energy, perform the same actions, and live running past subconscious routines? . To change, one must transcend into a new level of mind by changing their energy. To change your energy, you must transcend into pure consciousness and become entangled with a reality that is aligned with your vision at the quantum level. . school4success markiron

Einstein gave us clues about change, and it’s taken me over two years to comprehend what a few of his philosophies meant. So, it's taken...