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Who it starts with
Kindness. Love. Respect. Compassion. Tolerance. While you’re waiting for other people to put in the effort to show what you
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Hate & violence vs compassion & kindness
What do you want your life history to reflect – hate & violence or compassion & kindness? The leaders you
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True leadership
As individuals, we demonstrate who we are by how we act. As nations, we demonstrate who we are by how
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An important thing to remember
Somewhere along the way, people forgot that we are the human race & we owe it to ourselves to fight
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The shocking truth about people with different views
Shockingly, research indicates that it’s not just possible to express one’s views without being an asshole, it’s actually possible for
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Be solution-oriented, not problem focused
If the world is getting you down, remind yourself to focus on what is within your power to control &
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Where is the love?
Where is the love expressed in how you interact with those you care about? Where is the love reflected in
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Brave enough to be bad
Reminder: Being brave enough to be bad at things you want to do is how you get better at those
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Find what you love
If someone creates content — whether it’s music, videos, art, comics, or words — and you don’t like it, don’t
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Problem-finding as a sport
Some treat problem-finding like it’s a sport to win. But finding & highlighting problems is easy. Complaining is easy. Mocking
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Seek to exchange value, not just take it
People have a nasty habit of greedily taking anything of value that they can get for free – even if
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A difference of opinion
Reminder: A difference of opinion doesn’t mean someone is against you & it doesn’t mean you can’t be friends —
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