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Bruce Halison

Published by Bruce Halison at Smashwords

Copyright 2012 Bruce Halison

ISBN: 9781476470443

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1. Love and emotion have always been variables in a formula of intricacy. Just remember, you control the emotion, or let emotion controls you. Bruce Halison, 2012

2. Sometimes we’re just afraid that, we can’t forget people we love for the rest of life. Bruce Halison, 2012

3. Marry someone who love you is far better than marry one you love who doesn’t love you in return. This is how the world goes. Bruce Halison, 2012

4. Keep a smile on your face even if you’ve been hurt badly. Just do it mechanically. People love to see you’re down even if they do not dislike you. Bruce Halison, 2012

5. One way to escape from sorrows, disappointments, and all the shitty emotions, you keep yourself busy. Bruce Halison, 2012

6. How to forget your sorrows, remember, it’s never ‘always asking yourself how to forget the sorrow.’ You don’t put an effort in it to forget. In fact, the more you’re asking yourself how or why, the more difficult you can let go. I’ve tried this and it just couldn’t work. Try to be an “escapist” instead. Bruce Halison, 2012

7. Self-indulgence in sadness is a very dangerous thing. At least, in a long time, it is. It just turns one into evil. Find something beneficial to do and cheer up. Bruce Halison, 2012

8. Life comes but once. Don’t let sorrows darkened most parts of your life. Bruce Halison, 2012

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