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When you're prepared for disappointment, life will never disappoint you

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Can be looked at in two ways.
Pessimistic. Life will always have disappointments. Expecting it means that when it comes, it won't be a surprise.
Optimistic. Life will always have disappointments. Why wallow in them when you know it will get better?
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