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And to help you along the way, I want to share a few rules that I picked up during my life of disasters and triumphs. I call them "Helen’s Top 5 Rules for a Happy Life."
2017/06/25 15:18
Rule number one: Don't need to rush to get married.
2017/06/25 15:18
Number two: just treat people like people.
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Three: Ignore anyone who judges the way you look, especially if he or she is some anonymous creep lurking on the Internet.
2017/06/25 15:21
Number Four: don't be afraid of fear.
2017/06/25 15:21
And Helen’s Rule No. 5 for a happy life? Don’t overcomplicate things. You can navigate each day just by following some very practical dos and don’ts.
2017/06/25 15:22
And we do need you to fix things, to make things right, to answer the big and troubling questions of this extraordinary modern world.
2017/06/25 15:24
That’s how I see your generation – as empathetic, caring, game-changers — but also as one that is radical, brave and often making trouble. And I hope you’ll never stop because you are doing the right things at the right time at the right age.
2017/06/25 15:25
Simply put — your decisions, based on your instincts, are pretty well inevitably correct.
2017/06/25 15:25
It’s a simple phrase: “Inlakesh.”It means: “You are my other self. We are one. I am Another Yourself.”
2017/06/25 15:26
Because if I’m you – I have a responsibility to you. If you’re me – you have a responsibility to me.
2017/06/25 15:26
We’re all in this together — remember that, so that you can make some sense out of and fix this crazy, crazy world.
2017/06/25 15:27
You are me and I am you.
2017/06/25 15:29