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Calm the inner tsunami before you drown in it.

We take for granted, the way we perceive reality, and usually we don’t doubt it. From a pragmatic perspective, it doesn't make sense to question if what we perceived, in fact, really happened, or to check what is the gap between “real reality” and our subjective reality.

Yet if we want to be honest with ourselves, once in a while, we experience a tiny embarrassment and feel a need to make small corrections, when we realize, that what we thought was X, was actually Y. For instance, a common mistakes: We drive in a highway and we think there is a police car out there, when we realize, there is not. Alternatively, we walk and see someone that seems like a person we know – we wave with a smile and, then, we find out, it wasn't him…

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