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It's okay to cry

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Creativity makes your soul happier.

I recently watched The Florida Project on Netflix, a movie by Sean Baker about the innocence of kids making the most of their lives despite being poor. I cried. No matter what problems you have, there's so many other people facing tougher challenges. What an amazing movie, with both playful humor and heart-wrenching drama! The link to the preview of the The Florida Project is below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwQ-NH1rRT4 My heart melts for the children going through so many difficulties. Resiliently, many of these kids are still able to find ways to have fun. In my second novel, I wrote about the adversities the children in Iraq faced after the invasion by the U.S. I'm still pitching this story to the literary industry. I...

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If you can fully embrace the unpredictability of your death, you will truly live in the present and appreciate every moment before you now.

None of us can predict when and how we will die. If you can fully embrace the unpredictability of your death, you will truly live in the present and appreciate every moment before you now. - +positive masters+, Jon Riki Karamatsu, 1/20/2020 - On Thursday, January 17, 2020, my mom called my cell phone. Her voice was filled with elation and joy, "Mia got the job at Stanford University!" My younger sister Mia is a trauma care doctor, a partner of a group of medical doctors at California Pacific Medical Center at San Francisco, California. "Oh man, I'm so happy! I'm so happy for her! This is awesome!" My voiced cracked with joyful laughter. My mom continued, "Earlier, I heard dad cheer, 'Wohoo!'...

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