Accept uncertainty and ambiguity


  1. Think of the saddest and the happiest moments of your life
    Try to find a connection between sorrow and joy. Ask yourself whether you can feel sorrow and joy simultaneously.
  2. Recognize your vices
    Consider whether a person can be truly good without acknowledging their vices. 
  3. Think of a goal you have accomplished
    Ask yourself whether you were fulfilled when that happened. Also, ask yourself whether you did something unjust in order to achieve that particular goal.
  4. Take time for solitude and relaxation
    Sometimes the best ideas come to us when we feel relaxed and in tune with nature. 


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