Everybody wants to change the world, but only the fewest are willing to change themselves

Ever loved someone so much you would do anything for them? Yeah, well make that someone yourself and do whatever the hell you want!

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Every bit of effort you've put in, wether anyone noticed it or not, is extremely important, and will in the long run make all the difference.

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It's a fact of life on run that you often more people than you .
For people in a world exactly the is true.

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It takes hard work, courage, self discipline, it takes all the non-cognitive skills to be great.
It's the non-cognitive that sets you apart from everybody else. And that's what it's all about.

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Freedom, as well as peace, comes through taking responsibility in fundamental decisions;

It is how we act in, or react to, certain situations and settings that makes all the difference and changes the world in the end.

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Grace is one of the indispensable pillars of , , - it is not a luxury, it is a necessity, it is a foundation.

is like the fuel for life

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When we have been abused, we tend to invalidate us ourselves to be safe from other people doing it, but with taking control in that sense we take away their chance to do the opposite to us either, unfortunately.

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It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.

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on and

Every single one of us has and . And so everyone of us has to do in the life of others.

People with power do not always feel powerful. In fact, the more we feel, and the weaker and needier we feel, the more dangerous we are.

Feeling powerful is not the determinor of wether we have power or not. Instead, for example, among others are and some things that give us power.

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> Some people feel like they don't deserve love. They walk away, quietly, into empty spaces, trying to close the gaps to the past.

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Be responsible,
have grace,
live with vision
and in relationship

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The greatest form of control is where you think you are free, but you're fundamentally manipulated and dictated.

One form of dictation is being in a prison cell and you can see the bars and touch it.

The other one is sitting in a prison cell but you can't see the bar and you think you're free.

— quoted from

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> Privacy is the to be imperfect

In my understanding, is, in some way, an equivalent to and :

It is of who we are and everything that we have been.

It encourages us with , to become who we are meant to be.
It does so without keeping a of our shortcomings, our wrongdoings, our failures, our faults and flaws.

It shuts the door close to, and sets us free from and .
It is part of a prejudice-free world.

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Instead building a system of that is designed to keep people in check and , I wish we would switch to a more -based, a more compassionate and loving system in which and are being the foundation.

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Why is it,
that when we care for a hurt animal, we have so much for it and every little progress we observe, but
when we care for a hurt person, we lose our and for them so quick?

Is it, because a person reminds us of our own much more than an animal ever could?

I think so.

If we aren't ready to look at our own pain because we gave up on ourselves in those places, we are lacking in our own life.

And what we don't have, we can't give

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I need , not because my actions are questionable, but because your and intentions are.

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> I think that any state, institution, or other group of people using wants essentially to make sure that their power will not be endangered by the people.
They want to stay in power. So they need to know what people are doing, with whom they have relationships. So that they can, if necessary, block and disconnect specifically those people they think are part of the political antagonism.

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Human nature, or society as it is currently?

Society at its current state probably not.

But human nature? I guess that depends on who gives an answer to that, and what that persons world view looks like.

I believe in the of christ, and how his death can set us from when we enter into with him.

Perhaps my answer doesn't align with your worldview, but I would say, in relationship with Jesus, yes, human nature is ready for it.

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