JackBlink
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Hello there!!

I have walked through my mind, seeking answers to issues related to the manner in which we create our reality on the basis of feelings and thoughts, trying to draw a map for those who venture in the search for a truth in themselves...
But after so much searching, digging into my thoughts, has come to the conclusion that it is sometimes necessary to be lost to find ourselves...
I know, because after so much searching, digging into my memories, seeking simple answers, I could see that the simplicity as such does not exist...
It is for this reason that I have returned, with the discovery that many times, without realizing it, we are increasingly away from ourselves, so it is necessary to realize the importance of our existence in our decisions...
With that conclusion, I invite you to think about that point of your existence you are here now, and the extent to which you intend to arrive in the future, because many times we forget to ask these questions and, therefore, we forget the sense that lead our actions...
Just remember that the farther apparent be yourself, it is the closer you are to the answer. You must remember that the ego has double-edged sword, and therefore can be used as a cure for uncertainty, or as a weapon to finish with the oneness...
Well, an apology for disappear suddenly, some even came to ask me if I was good or if something was wrong. I thank those who have provided me with a place in his thoughts as to do such a thing, and I hope we can continue to share moments, thoughts, pieces of existence...until the universe decides to give us another utility...
C ya soon then, and have a beautiful day...
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@JackBlink oh :o. and yay stronger that ever!!! nice!!!! I've been good for the most part, just a lot of thinking due to certain events but overall its been fine. i apologize for not replying earlier :(
@jazminramirez9 Do not worry, it's ok 😇 I'm glad you're ok, that's very nice news. Events will exist ever, but we have the ability to dominate any kind of situation, just keep calm and smile a lot just like u always do 😀
@JackBlink I can say the same to you. And yes, yes we do. And yes, i shall :3
I loved that. Every day we are dealing with new things, so stay strong and keep doing what you do.
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