What the Concept of an Enemy Teaches Us

People with whom we have less affinity can help us to be more patient and calmer, to discover our true strength.

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The term “enemy” has led to discomfort for many. An enemy can be depicted as sounding too strong and focusing…

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If you’ve ever read a good book or listened to an older song, you’d know that time travel is real. Emotions, Self-Esteem, Attachment.(@modern.therapist)

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