Explore the art of being human.
I used to think I couldn't trust my experience.
Have you ever felt this way?
I was aware that the experience I was having was not necessarily objectively what was happening.
And I wasn't sure what to do with that realization.
For example, I might question:
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But, as we set our plan in motion, we realized we couldn't control everything to go...
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