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Time is like watercolors

What we think in our minds will always be better or worse in a way unplanned when actuality arrives. It will never go as per plan. And what a boring day it would be if we couldn’t discover anything beyond what we have planned. Giving up to this uncertainty is like giving up to watercolors, to recognise it can work its own magic beyond our plans. To listen to it and find joy in it is the best we can do. Like watercolor does its magic on paper so does time on your mind, all you need to do is allow it.

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