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Jan 21, 2019 21:24:47

What have I learned today?

by @rasmusrygh | 314 words | 4🔥 | 72💌

Rasmus Rygh

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Today has been a worthwhile day, I did great. I have exercised, eaten healthy, read, meditated, watched youtube clips about the symbolism of Carl Jung in the Lion King, another about how Video Games and fictional characters show us what we are really seeking in life, and even at TED- Talk about personality types. Today I brought my A- game. It wasn't hard, it’s not like I had to push myself, not even once. There is no grind, no sacrifice. The truth is, I enjoy doing things I perceive as good for me. Sure, I take life very seriously, but I also find joy and comfort in doing so.

So what have I learned? That someday’s are just automatically great (Even though 50% of the time, I actually do have to push myself).

I have learned that most humans already know the teaching of Carl Jung subconsciously, that’s why we build up the world the way we do, it’s a reflection of what is inside our minds.

I have learned that I need to up both my carbohydrate intake and my protein intake to gain more muscle, while consistently increasing muscle tension by adding more weight to the bar.

I have learned that I should do some short bursts of cardio 2 times a week. Because it increased overall health and aids muscle growth.

I have learned that people who are drawn to video games, movies and heroes often seek more meaning and purpose in their lives. (This might be a good group to start aiding in that endeavor)

I can’t be the perfect writer every day. Today I tried something different, and that’s ok. Tomorrow I will do something different to, and the day after that. Life is constant change, and so should your writing be, and everything else in your life for that matter. That’s what embracing life is all about. Good night. 

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    @rasmusrygh Nice text

    Milan Matejic avatar Milan Matejic | Jan 21, 2019 21:50:36
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      @milanmatejic Thank you!

      Rasmus Rygh avatar Rasmus Rygh | Jan 21, 2019 22:01:44
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