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Smile at that stranger, because that stranger is you.

Are you a stranger to yourself?

If you could speak with your older self, would your older self be happy with your current actions? 

Your older self is the wiser one, so they say. But what if you don’t ever truly know yourself? What if you don’t know how to know yourself?

To know thy self, one must spend time with the ‘self’.

No time alone, no knowing one’s self. 

If you struggle spending time with yourself, what does this tell you? There’s a message in there somewhere. Usually it is telling you that being alone is so alien to you that your inner ‘self’ is scared to do so. Like the child’s first day at nursery, nothing to fear but everything to doubt. 

Your ‘self’ really needs you to spend more quality solo time, no tv, just you and your self. 

Practice makes you catch up with your elder self. And that elder self is a wise soul.

Wise souls find peaceful lives 🌸

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