When you truly know who you are – and who you are in the process of becoming – you will no longer live in fear of what people say or think about you.

Zero Dean

Author | Photographer | CG Artist | Filmmaker

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I spent nearly 10 years paying to store things I eventually got rid of. And all the money I spent
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There's nothing difficult about finding faults, flaws, and things to disagree with — which is why so many people seemingly
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  In the modern world, it's relatively easy to go almost anywhere. Checking a box off a list doesn't make
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It's better to have the courage to be different than be the type of person who makes fun of people
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Whether we're talking about success or self-improvement, it's important to recognize that the paths to both will be dotted with
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Remember that time you lost something and didn't think anyone would return it... But they did. And you were so
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If you want to be heard, stop shouting. If you want to be respected, be respectful. Originally published on: Aug
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Being a do-gooder does not mean you have to be some lame watered down version of yourself. It doesn't mean
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I'm an optimist. I like to see the best in people. I believe human beings are inherently good. I believe
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Imagine if everywhere you went you felt the love of those who were grateful for your existence. Imagine if, with
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You start at zero and you add one. And then you add another. This is how it's done. Zero steps
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One of the least expensive, but most valuable gifts you can give anyone is genuine appreciation. Always be mindful of

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