only for as long as we dont see them for what they are

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Dog n pony

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Clean the damn mirrors then

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No. Most things are real. The love we feel. The smile of a child. The heartbreak of our first love. The beauty of a rose. The warm feeling you get when you eat the forbidden chocolate. The hug of a loved one. They are all real. Most things we do and see during the day are real.<br />
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There is deception -- sometimes from those we trust the most -- but most people we call friends and family, are being as honest with us as they can be. When they aren't honest, it is rarely some grand conspiracy to dupe us, or because they are inherently selfish. It is usually because they don't know how to act better, or because they were hurting and the deception seemed like the best way to get rid of the hurt.<br />
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We are programmed by both biology and life to remember the deceptions because those memories can be crucial to our survival. But if we take the time every day to remember the thing that we are grateful for, it becomes easier to see the smoke and mirrors for what they are. When we see them coming, we can better deal with them.

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