Tuesday, June 14, 2016

I presonally thought to stop using the following . . .

1. Television
2. Mobile Phone
3. Social Networking Sites like Facebook etc.
4. Movies
5. YouTube
6. Internet (except when it is deadly needed)

Reading is a much better substitute for your brain and creativity, says Braverman. 
"Life is not about learning every second. TV is a tremendous potential source if properly handled. The problem is that it’s a difficult instrument to control. Some things have more destructive qualities, and TV is one of them. Just like sugar is a deceitful food, TV is a deceitful presentation of life."
The best result of this experiment was the sense of calm that has seemed to set in, and the waves of contentment that come out of nowhere. Sounds crazy, but it’s true. I don’t want to go back. At least not yet.

"Happiness comes from the interaction between inspiration and perspiration," says Braverman. "Anything that stops humans from perspiring to achieve something inspiring gives a false fantasy and an endless distraction from reaching your full potential."

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