L'optimisme, ce n'est pas le refus de voir ce qui ne va pas, c'est le désir de ne pas s'y attarder. // Donne moi le courage de changer les choses que je peux changer, la sérénité d'accepter celles que je ne peux pas changer, et la sagesse de distinguer entre les deux. (Marc Aurèle) // Don't raise your voice; improve your argument. (Desmond Tutu) // Be the change you want to see in the world. (Gandhi)


Solving the Rubik's has made me believe 
that sometimes you have to take a few steps back to move forward
This is a great line written by William Wissemann. 

Often we look for quick answers to our problems.
What we don't realize is that shortcuts don't always lead to the best outcomes.
It takes time to understand how we can solve an issue or grasp the events going on around us. 
We should share our feelings with family and friends and take everything one step at a time. 
We shouldn't too worried about the future.
Instead, it is best to take one thing at a time. 
Of course, planning is important, but we must remember there is so much planning one can do. 
Appreciate the present and live every moment to its fullest. 


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