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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarper View Post
    Excessive happiness won't put you in prison, but anger will.

    Feelings of injustice are subjective though, so one persons feeling of injustice is different from anothers, hence, irrational or unresolved anger, insecurities, which you demonstrate

    I know you get it though, which is why I post a little but don't continue conversations, haha.
    excessive happiness will totally put you in prison, its called mania

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bertrand View Post
    excessive happiness will totally put you in prison, its called mania
    I sometimes wonder if you and @Sol are the same person.

    Same sort of weird trolling/not so hidden projections, similar behavior in regards to @Aylen as Sol exhibits towards forum members in pursuit of re-typing.

    Perhaps you two just chat a lot, or have similar issues NTR.

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    yeah I like Sol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bertrand View Post
    yeah I like Sol
    Do not become envious of people who have something you lack and project your mediocrity, or you will become corrupted by bitterness. Do not try and force other people to accept you and your beliefs. Instead try your best to create and achieve something meaningful in life. Your focus should be on what you can do, not on what anybody else around you has or does. Reject idleness, nihilism and indulgence, savour a challenge, start to live by example, and you will grow into a leader, not a follower.



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