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the known and unknown.

I recently read something along the lines of "It's not the fear of the unknown, it's the fear of losing the known."

And I couldn't agree more. 

But, there is another side to it that we can use to our advantage. Instead of losing the known being a sad thing, how about losing the known being an incredibly happy thing? Especially if the known is not working. 

As we look at our lives, it's easy to see things we know. It's almost as easy to find things that we know are not working. 

Not, how about getting rid of those and seeing where it all takes us? 

 

 

jealousy does the opposite.

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