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Comfortable, Fall, and Food: ADVENTURE AWAITS Why is it important to live life with a little adventure?🤔 - Humans have a tendency to fall into a routine. We wake up in the morning. Go to school or work. Come home. Eat. Sleep. It's the same thing everyday. Yet we are comfortable with the same boring thing all the time. It's our comfort zone. - We live in a spot were we know we are safe and sound. But is that really living? Where is the risk? Where is the adventure? If we aren't living our lives to the fullest then why are we here at all? This is why it's important to live a life with a little adventure. 👀 - Adventure is an experience that greatly impacts one's life and begins to define how they live after, but it is the exact definition that can be different for everyone. For example, someone's sense of adventure may be to go to Mount Everest and conquer the mountain while another person's idea would be to go on a hike in a nearby park. Even though these adventures are different, both people will learn valuable experiences that will ultimately change their lives. - So let's all put our phones, laptops, and tablets down and stop looking at those amazing adventure pictures on the internet and get out there. It doesn't have to be a trip to the Caribbean or the jungle. Remember, everyone's adventure is different; go talk to a random person and befriend them, attend a fancy diner that serves authentic Korean food, or take a themed road trip for a weekend. These are all worthy adventures that beak up the daily norm of our lives. This is how you live. Do something different everyday and you will live a life full of adventure. So what are you waiting for?😉 - adventure motivation millionairementor
Comfortable, Fall, and Food: ADVENTURE
 AWAITS
Why is it important to live life with a little adventure?🤔 - Humans have a tendency to fall into a routine. We wake up in the morning. Go to school or work. Come home. Eat. Sleep. It's the same thing everyday. Yet we are comfortable with the same boring thing all the time. It's our comfort zone. - We live in a spot were we know we are safe and sound. But is that really living? Where is the risk? Where is the adventure? If we aren't living our lives to the fullest then why are we here at all? This is why it's important to live a life with a little adventure. 👀 - Adventure is an experience that greatly impacts one's life and begins to define how they live after, but it is the exact definition that can be different for everyone. For example, someone's sense of adventure may be to go to Mount Everest and conquer the mountain while another person's idea would be to go on a hike in a nearby park. Even though these adventures are different, both people will learn valuable experiences that will ultimately change their lives. - So let's all put our phones, laptops, and tablets down and stop looking at those amazing adventure pictures on the internet and get out there. It doesn't have to be a trip to the Caribbean or the jungle. Remember, everyone's adventure is different; go talk to a random person and befriend them, attend a fancy diner that serves authentic Korean food, or take a themed road trip for a weekend. These are all worthy adventures that beak up the daily norm of our lives. This is how you live. Do something different everyday and you will live a life full of adventure. So what are you waiting for?😉 - adventure motivation millionairementor

Why is it important to live life with a little adventure?🤔 - Humans have a tendency to fall into a routine. We wake up in the morning. Go to...

Comfortable, Fall, and Food: r ADVENTURE AWAITS REMNGO DK3 Why is it important to live life with a little adventure?🤔 - Humans have a tendency to fall into a routine. We wake up in the morning. Go to school or work. Come home. Eat. Sleep. It's the same thing everyday. Yet we are comfortable with the same boring thing all the time. It's our comfort zone. - We live in a spot were we know we are safe and sound. But is that really living? Where is the risk? Where is the adventure? If we aren't living our lives to the fullest then why are we here at all? This is why it's important to live a life with a little adventure. 👀 - Adventure is an experience that greatly impacts one's life and begins to define how they live after, but it is the exact definition that can be different for everyone. For example, someone's sense of adventure may be to go to Mount Everest and conquer the mountain while another person's idea would be to go on a hike in a nearby park. Even though these adventures are different, both people will learn valuable experiences that will ultimately change their lives. - So let's all put our phones, laptops, and tablets down and stop looking at those amazing adventure pictures on the internet and get out there. It doesn't have to be a trip to the Caribbean or the jungle. Remember, everyone's adventure is different; go talk to a random person and befriend them, attend a fancy diner that serves authentic Korean food, or take a themed road trip for a weekend. These are all worthy adventures that beak up the daily norm of our lives. This is how you live. Do something different everyday and you will live a life full of adventure. So what are you waiting for?😉 - adventure motivation millionairementor
Comfortable, Fall, and Food: r ADVENTURE
 AWAITS
 REMNGO
 DK3
Why is it important to live life with a little adventure?🤔 - Humans have a tendency to fall into a routine. We wake up in the morning. Go to school or work. Come home. Eat. Sleep. It's the same thing everyday. Yet we are comfortable with the same boring thing all the time. It's our comfort zone. - We live in a spot were we know we are safe and sound. But is that really living? Where is the risk? Where is the adventure? If we aren't living our lives to the fullest then why are we here at all? This is why it's important to live a life with a little adventure. 👀 - Adventure is an experience that greatly impacts one's life and begins to define how they live after, but it is the exact definition that can be different for everyone. For example, someone's sense of adventure may be to go to Mount Everest and conquer the mountain while another person's idea would be to go on a hike in a nearby park. Even though these adventures are different, both people will learn valuable experiences that will ultimately change their lives. - So let's all put our phones, laptops, and tablets down and stop looking at those amazing adventure pictures on the internet and get out there. It doesn't have to be a trip to the Caribbean or the jungle. Remember, everyone's adventure is different; go talk to a random person and befriend them, attend a fancy diner that serves authentic Korean food, or take a themed road trip for a weekend. These are all worthy adventures that beak up the daily norm of our lives. This is how you live. Do something different everyday and you will live a life full of adventure. So what are you waiting for?😉 - adventure motivation millionairementor

Why is it important to live life with a little adventure?🤔 - Humans have a tendency to fall into a routine. We wake up in the morning. Go to...

Adam and Eve, Anaconda, and Andrew Bogut: THESE ARE THE APPLES THAT THEY DIDN'T WANT YOU TO EAT @4biddenknowledge EVERY LAST ONE Eat these apples. Here is my reading list. I have read and researched them all: The Manual of Sumerian Texts, The Epic Of Gilgamesh, Atrahasis, Enuma Elish, Mahabharata, The Bhagavad Gita, Plato The Symposium, Emerald Tablets Of Thoth, The Nag Hammadi, Indian Vedas,Torah, Bible, Quran, bibliotecapleyades, Book of Hermes, Homer's Iliad, Books of the Pseudepigrapha: Epistle of Barnabas First (and Second) Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians The letter of the Smyrnaeans (also known as The Martyrdom of Polycarp) The Book of Enoch, Forbidden Books: The Gospel of Judas (130-170 AD) The Gospel of Thomas (140-170 AD) The Psalms of Solomon, The Odes of Solomon The The Books of Adam and Eve, The Acts of Phillip, The Apocalypse of Peter, The History of Joseph the Carpenter, The Acts of Paul (including Paul and Thecla) The Seven Epistles of Ignatius, The Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians, Books of the Apocrypha: First and Second Esdras (150-100 BC) Tobit (200 BC) Judith (150 BC) Additions to Esther (140-130 BC) Wisdom of Solomon (30 BC) Baruch (150-50 BC) Letter of Jeremiah (300-100 BC) Bel and the Dragon (100 BC) Additions to Daniel, or the Prayer of Azariah (200-0 BC) First Maccabees (110 BC) Second Maccabees (110-170 BC) the gospel of Jesus's wife. Egyptian Book Of The Dead. The Giza Power Plant, Forbidden Archeology, The Holographic Universe, Consciousness and the Brain, The Sea Wolf, Zecharia Sitchin,: The Earth Chronicles Books 1-7, Exo Vaticana, The Professor Of Secrets, The Art Of War, The Hidden Records, Tesla: The Inventor of the Electrical Age, Taken: Inside The Aliens Human Abduction, Masquerade Of Angels,Kaybalion, The Hidden Truth: Water and Life On Mars, The Terra Papers. Bringers Of The Dawn, Fingerprints Of The Gods, The Hidden Records, Egyptian Mysteries: An Account of an Initiation, Atlantis - An Interpretation By Manly P Hall, The Gods On Eden, Wars Of Gods And Men, Genesis Revisited, The Anunnaki From Nibiru, 7th Planet Mercury Rising, The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory. The Sycronicity Key, This is a good partial list to get you started. 4biddenknowledge
Adam and Eve, Anaconda, and Andrew Bogut: THESE ARE THE APPLES THAT THEY
 DIDN'T WANT YOU TO EAT
 @4biddenknowledge
 EVERY LAST ONE
Eat these apples. Here is my reading list. I have read and researched them all: The Manual of Sumerian Texts, The Epic Of Gilgamesh, Atrahasis, Enuma Elish, Mahabharata, The Bhagavad Gita, Plato The Symposium, Emerald Tablets Of Thoth, The Nag Hammadi, Indian Vedas,Torah, Bible, Quran, bibliotecapleyades, Book of Hermes, Homer's Iliad, Books of the Pseudepigrapha: Epistle of Barnabas First (and Second) Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians The letter of the Smyrnaeans (also known as The Martyrdom of Polycarp) The Book of Enoch, Forbidden Books: The Gospel of Judas (130-170 AD) The Gospel of Thomas (140-170 AD) The Psalms of Solomon, The Odes of Solomon The The Books of Adam and Eve, The Acts of Phillip, The Apocalypse of Peter, The History of Joseph the Carpenter, The Acts of Paul (including Paul and Thecla) The Seven Epistles of Ignatius, The Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians, Books of the Apocrypha: First and Second Esdras (150-100 BC) Tobit (200 BC) Judith (150 BC) Additions to Esther (140-130 BC) Wisdom of Solomon (30 BC) Baruch (150-50 BC) Letter of Jeremiah (300-100 BC) Bel and the Dragon (100 BC) Additions to Daniel, or the Prayer of Azariah (200-0 BC) First Maccabees (110 BC) Second Maccabees (110-170 BC) the gospel of Jesus's wife. Egyptian Book Of The Dead. The Giza Power Plant, Forbidden Archeology, The Holographic Universe, Consciousness and the Brain, The Sea Wolf, Zecharia Sitchin,: The Earth Chronicles Books 1-7, Exo Vaticana, The Professor Of Secrets, The Art Of War, The Hidden Records, Tesla: The Inventor of the Electrical Age, Taken: Inside The Aliens Human Abduction, Masquerade Of Angels,Kaybalion, The Hidden Truth: Water and Life On Mars, The Terra Papers. Bringers Of The Dawn, Fingerprints Of The Gods, The Hidden Records, Egyptian Mysteries: An Account of an Initiation, Atlantis - An Interpretation By Manly P Hall, The Gods On Eden, Wars Of Gods And Men, Genesis Revisited, The Anunnaki From Nibiru, 7th Planet Mercury Rising, The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory. The Sycronicity Key, This is a good partial list to get you started. 4biddenknowledge

Eat these apples. Here is my reading list. I have read and researched them all: The Manual of Sumerian Texts, The Epic Of Gilgamesh, Atrahas...

Bailey Jay, Memes, and Nas: Nisso? Com o tempo que voce gasta nas redes sociais, poderia ler 200 livros por an OACREDITANIsso @AcreditaNisso? Há três anos, Charles Chu caiu na armadilha de uma má decisão de carreira e se viu desiludido com o cotidiano daquilo que considerava o trabalho ideal. “Algo não estava certo. Eu havia seguido a prescrição: tinha boas notas, liderança, recomendações, faculdade, emprego dos sonhos. Mas as coisas estavam muito ruins.” Foi quando encontrou uma frase do famoso investidor Warren Buffett. Questionado sobre o segredo do sucesso, Buffett apontou para uma pilha de livros e disse: “Leia 500 páginas por dia. É assim que o conhecimento funciona. Ele se acumula, como juros compostos. Todos vocês podem fazer isso, mas garanto que não são muitos que farão”. Perdido e sem inspiração, Chu decidiu fazer parte da minoria e leu 400 livros ao longo de dois anos, uma empreitada que se tornou uma das decisões mais importantes de sua vida. “Os livros me deram coragem para viajar, a convicção para me demitir, me deram modelos e heróis e significado em um mundo em que eu não tinha nenhum”, escreveu ele em seu site, Better Humans. Como Buffett tinha antecipado, não é preciso ter talento extraordinário para ler em grandes quantidades. Metas e planejamento, por outro lado, podem sim ajudar. Qualquer livro vale – de papel, audiobook, em celulares ou tablets – e em qualquer lugar que você possa. “Torne sua leitura oportunista. Quando tiver uma chance, aproveite. Se não tiver uma chance, encontre uma.” Fonte: época . SIGAM-ME OS CURIOSOS ➡️ @Nandinhatw (ADM) 💋
Bailey Jay, Memes, and Nas: Nisso?
 Com o tempo que voce gasta
 nas redes sociais, poderia ler
 200 livros por an
 OACREDITANIsso
@AcreditaNisso? Há três anos, Charles Chu caiu na armadilha de uma má decisão de carreira e se viu desiludido com o cotidiano daquilo que considerava o trabalho ideal. “Algo não estava certo. Eu havia seguido a prescrição: tinha boas notas, liderança, recomendações, faculdade, emprego dos sonhos. Mas as coisas estavam muito ruins.” Foi quando encontrou uma frase do famoso investidor Warren Buffett. Questionado sobre o segredo do sucesso, Buffett apontou para uma pilha de livros e disse: “Leia 500 páginas por dia. É assim que o conhecimento funciona. Ele se acumula, como juros compostos. Todos vocês podem fazer isso, mas garanto que não são muitos que farão”. Perdido e sem inspiração, Chu decidiu fazer parte da minoria e leu 400 livros ao longo de dois anos, uma empreitada que se tornou uma das decisões mais importantes de sua vida. “Os livros me deram coragem para viajar, a convicção para me demitir, me deram modelos e heróis e significado em um mundo em que eu não tinha nenhum”, escreveu ele em seu site, Better Humans. Como Buffett tinha antecipado, não é preciso ter talento extraordinário para ler em grandes quantidades. Metas e planejamento, por outro lado, podem sim ajudar. Qualquer livro vale – de papel, audiobook, em celulares ou tablets – e em qualquer lugar que você possa. “Torne sua leitura oportunista. Quando tiver uma chance, aproveite. Se não tiver uma chance, encontre uma.” Fonte: época . SIGAM-ME OS CURIOSOS ➡️ @Nandinhatw (ADM) 💋

@AcreditaNisso? Há três anos, Charles Chu caiu na armadilha de uma má decisão de carreira e se viu desiludido com o cotidiano daquilo que co...