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In a world that can be cruel at any moment, you can make it crueler or better.

You can choose to create life.That's easy.But what's your intent?Not so easy.Unlike suffering, which can be be intentional or unintentional,kindness can only be felt when it's intentional.Compassion and patience take effort.Whereas, anger and impatience are effortless.In a world that can be cruel at any moment,you can make it crueler or better.- Positive Masters, Jon Riki Karamatsu, 9/14/2020 -As I dive deeper into my studies of psychology, philosophy, sociology, mental health, neuroscience, history, and other fields about humans, I came up with this poem. Some humans can be so destructive, yet others can be so loving. On the bright side, throughout history, many people have done amazing things, even finding purpose and happiness under the cruelest and most heartbreaking situations. Be...

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Everlasting Youth is in My Head

Everlasting youth is in my head.A world of fantastical journeysthat exist between the living and the dead.Each story's message is the same.To reach the arc ahead, I must understand my pain. - Positive Masters, Jon Riki Karamatsu, 9/7/2020 -Children are curious, eager to learn, open minded, and imaginative. I strongly believe it's beneficial to have these qualities as adults. Combine them with your life experiences to get creative with your life, career, and business. As a teen or adult, you have the ability to go deep into your soul and analyze the benefits that can come out of your emotional pain. I had all of this in mind when I wrote the poem I posted.Enjoy the Positive Masters universe here at www.positivemasters.com...

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My memories of you may fade, but my feelings for you remain forever.

My memories of you may fade,but my feelings for you remain forever.- Positive Masters, Jon Riki Karamatsu, 9/3/2020 -I came up with this heartwarming quote while I was writing my first full-length screenplay in the lifestyle + competition genre that took me about 30 days to complete. I really like the process of writing a screenplay, which moves much faster and is much shorter than novels. Screenplays are a blueprint for the actors and directors to execute on to make a movie. For my unpublished novels, it took me between 4 years to 8 years to complete, so I really feel happy to be able to finish writing a screenplay within a month. I can pump out a lot more...

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4: Positive Masters Show Podcast - How to Keep Growing Mentally, Physically, & Spiritually - Audiogram

This is a clip from Episode 4 of the Positive Masters Show - Matching Your Passions With Your Projects. I expanded it with more written details on how we can keep growing mentally, physically, & spiritually with the following actionable process: 1. Executing on your plans. 2. Creating various simulations of your future in your mind based on your past failure and success. 3. Iterating your plans and executing on them. 4. Repeating this process. Subscribe to our podcast on your favorite podcast platform or our Positive Masters Youtube Channel. Enjoy the Positive Masters universe here at www.positivemasters.com for mindset and business practices, motivational podcast episodes and writing, and apparel and accessories with inspirational mantras to boost your happiness and...

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4: Positive Masters Show Podcast - Matching Your Passions With Your Projects (Full Episode)

4: Positive Masters Show - Matching Your Passions With Your Projects Episode 4 of the Positive Masters Show has the following practices to help you to match your passions with your projects and to excel at them: 1. Define what passion means to you. Having passion in your project, if defined right, will motivate you to work hard on your project with grit and patience. 2. Practicing "delayed gratification" can help you to succeed on your passion projects and life. 3. Creating many future simulations in your head based on your past success and failure can play a role on your progress for your passion projects. The more you try things, the more you learn from your success and failure,...

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