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The Chair of Death
“The truth is that for the most important decisions, there can be no certainty.”
When confronted with something new and unfamiliar, our usual response is to dislike it. It takes us some time to warm up to things that are different than what we are used to. However, when exposed to something unfamiliar, for long enough, we may realize that we misinterpreted our original feelings, and we actually like this new thing!
Principles to follow
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