The Fortunate and Unfortunate Share 2 Major Things in Common

You cannot control what happens to you in life, but you can always control what you will feel and do about what happens to you.

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Some people are fortunate, while others are unfortunate, and life consists of moments: good and bad. If you watch the news, you will realize that…

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I write about personal growth, academic life, and how to apply Stoicism in your life to unlock your maximum potential. Editor — Graduate Student Survival Guide

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I write about personal growth, academic life, and how to apply Stoicism in your life to unlock your maximum potential. Editor — Graduate Student Survival Guide

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