Face your problems

When you chose not to face a problem, you accept the worst possible outcome as reality.

John Galt in Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged

Sometimes it seems so easy and comfortable to avoid problems. Doing nothing, just waiting for something to happen can be very tempting.

But by doing nothing you do not avoid a choice, you make one. Doing nothing about a problem is an active choice!

And by choosing to do nothing about a problem you accept the worst possible outcome as reality. You put up with a bad outcome just because you are too lazy to fight it.

So instead of letting people or circumstances create your reality, start to work on your own world, create your own ideals, your own moral code, make your own decisions, become responsible and educated in the most pure way possible.

Start to think and start to act on your own, trust yourself.


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