Once upon a time a friend of mine
Asked me several times :
What does it feel to fall in love?
What does it feel to fall alive?
I spent some time to think of it.
I spent some time to structure it.
I ended up with one lonely statement.
Brother you just have to fake your love!
Faking Love makes you feel in Love.
Faking Love helps to fall in Love.
Finally you’ll end up to be loved,
You sometimes don’t know how to love,
You’re just faking it until your final breath.
So my dear friend listen to my advice,
Continue to fake this love.
This song of Life was simply Love.
With all my Love, thanks for reading, and cheers to new beginnings,
On many occasions my attempt to be persuasive ends up being in vain. I’m sure that many of us have experienced this weird moment when we just know that we have passed the tipping point which will lead to fiasco.
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no, I really don’t…
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Films, Books, TV, Art, Social Media, Press, Blogs just like this one, Studies have never been so numerous and so accessible. This is Great! This is so exciting! This is physically exciting in fact. This post of Hugh McGuire on hbr.org – How Making Time for Books Made Me Feel Less Busy – actually reminds us how every feed in our lives has a physical impact on us when the release of dopamine in our brains increases the need for a reward when we learn something new. And frankly – it can be exhausting.
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