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2018-03-30 02:41:12

“I wanted to be dead.No.That's not quite right. I didn't want to be dead, I just didn't want to be alive.”

“If you have ever believed a depressive wants to be happy, you are wrong. They could not care less about the luxury of happiness. They just want to feel an absence of pain. ”

“As the Persian poet Rumi wrote in the twelfth century, 'The wound is the place where the light enters you.'” 想起Cohen《Anthem》:There is a Crack in Everything, That's How the Light Gets in 。

“@lordof1

The dogs always need walking in the morning. #reasonstostayalive”

"...the key to happiness-or that even more desired thing, calmness- lies not in always thinking happy thoughts. No. That is impossible. ... The key is in accepting your thoughts, all of them, even the bad ones. Accept thoughts, but don't become them.

Understand, for instance, that having a sad thought,even having a continual succ

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“I wanted to be dead.No.That's not quite right. I didn't want to be dead, I just didn't want to be alive.”

“If you have ever believed a depressive wants to be happy, you are wrong. They could not care less about the luxury of happiness. They just want to feel an absence of pain. ”

“As the Persian poet Rumi wrote in the twelfth century, 'The wound is the place where the light enters you.'” 想起Cohen《Anthem》:There is a Crack in Everything, That's How the Light Gets in 。

“@lordof1

The dogs always need walking in the morning. #reasonstostayalive”

"...the key to happiness-or that even more desired thing, calmness- lies not in always thinking happy thoughts. No. That is impossible. ... The key is in accepting your thoughts, all of them, even the bad ones. Accept thoughts, but don't become them.

Understand, for instance, that having a sad thought,even having a continual succession of sad thoughts, is not the same as being a sad person. You can walk through a storm and feel the wind but you know you are not the wind."

"13. Shower before noon."

"28. If someone loves you, let them. Believe in that love. Live for them, even when you feel there is no point."

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