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There’s always a flip-side. What you see is only what you believe you see. To put it another way, what you see is limited in several ways, and there’s always more that you don’t see.

If you are stuck with a dilemma, ask yourself if not seeing a solution means that one can’t exist. Once you are open to the possibility that there’s another way, it will reveal itself.

The only certainty is that if you are not open to the possibilities, there are none.

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