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A series of tips is here.

1. Being alive and well and regularly on some even keel herds somehow

It helps to act legitimately and proficiently a long time before the contemplation of suicide. Also, appropriate delight in living should be fostered. Indeed, sound forethought and great planning shouldn't hurt us.

Besides, a spirit that knows how to be so cunning that it's hardly ever found out how much it delights, has got to have inner stamina, for one thing.

To some, inner stamina is the great result of living - such staunchness may be dearly won. Further, a rich harvest may rise above wasting much time otherwise as well.

It should help to find a fit direction, and also to tend regularly to good fortune. There may be steps involved.

Getting on on an even keel may be dearly won and worked for over and over for centuries in a family or clan.

It helps getting on an even keel of fair play, and good sincerity and a kind heart should not be forsaken.

It helps getting sincere, and deep relaxation is the means to it in psychoanalysis and otherwise. Tend to the time for deep relaxation. Through TM one relaxed deeply. There are other methods too.

It is feasible to imitate good, but for the sake of sanity and artfulness, the time spent on imitating others can be a deep loss (of authenticity).

Those who do not rise about imitating what is thought to be good, are of herds somehow.

Love is strong and fit in herding others.

Having ample space or room works towards duping others almost naturally.

2. What really matters to us we tend to be deeply fond of

Marriage matters deeply.

Cooperating partners need to be fond of fair play among themselves

Marriage matters both to fools and others.

The Jester or Fool is really fond of harmony with others.

Some jesters have helped blessed changes in the cultural history of Europe, as documented (Bremmer and Roodenburg, 1996).

3. The source of a royal wedding is being in a flow of great success

One can try to profit from bulwarking more and better

The best source of a thing is a heart's foundation.

Commit yourself to momentum, and keep the momentum too, over and over.

To get a royal wedding follows the truly good fortune, at least in fairy tales, and perhaps before paparazzi pictures and a scandal-hungry press took over the flow of information to common people in general. ✪ 

Those who commit themselves to soar above competition and fights should benefit from deep relaxation, and ◦Transcendental Meditation.


Keeping alive and well deeply matters for a flow of success. And seek to be as classy as you can. You can try to work yourself justly and well up into higher classes. Some have made it.

These are some of the things that good thinking can influence and possibly help.


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Symbols, brackets, signs and text icons explained: (1) Text markers(2) Digesting.

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