Level at which this wisdom is subjectively true.
when you are visiting another place, you should follow the customs of the people in that place --dictionary.cambridge.org
"...having the exact experience you are supposed to be having." Request: This is a mantra I use frequently that brings peace of mind. Maybe others will like it too. Many, many spiritual teachers say this, including Ram Dass and Jeff Foster.
Yes, I know the saying is not to be taken literally. Even so, it's an exercise in specious causality and ego investiture.
request: the fluctuations between positive and negative alignments seem to be a never-ending struggle. But maybe on some level, there are no fluctuations
The music of The Beatles is calibrated at 460 in TvF (although I couldn't recall this when testing this song).
slogan that appeared on a motivational poster produced by the Government of the United Kingdom in 1939 in preparation for World War II --wikipedia
Latin: Repetition is the mother of learning
one can't expect to achieve anything if you never take any risks --request
Quote from Shakespeare's Hamlet
There are no hidden or unknown features, traits, characteristics, etc., beyond what is immediately apparent in a given person or thing --idioms.thefreedictionary.com
If you've ever tried to think yourself out of overthinking, you know what I mean.
say this when you have not succeeded, to show that you are not discouraged --idioms.thefreedictionary.com
to think seriously about whether one really wants to do something before doing it --merriam-webster.com
the idea that the most noticeable (or loudest) problems are the ones most likely to get attention --wikipedia