What is “Good” for You is Often what is Bad for You

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Simple approach to life, and simple heuristic:

Be very very very skeptical when others (especially strangers) tell you to do this or don’t do that.. because it is ‘bad’ for you.

What is often ‘bad’ for you is what is best for you. And when others say that is ‘good’ for you, it is often good for THEM and THEIR self-esteem and THEIR ego, but not good for you.

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