Superstition

I would suggest against building a belief system on superstitious beliefs. Superstition will build a belief system full of mystery and guessing; practicality on the other hand, will help us build a belief system that will prove itself in action. There are certain things that I no longer have to guess about… I know them to be true because I have tried them. For example: I know that helping people makes me feel good 100% of the time, when honestly and genuinely carried out. I have found reality to be far more interesting and fulfilling than any make believe version of it, no matter how good it sounds. The goal for today: if you believe it, try it… but if it doesn’t work, then try something else! Have a great day everybody!

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