DISTRACTIONS: Low Frequency Thinking (Negative thinking), Social Media (utilize as a positive tool for learning and meaningful exchanges), Television (you will live without the steady dosages of daily brainwashing), Cell Phone (you did not come out of your mother’s womb with one in your hand – lol), bad food (GMO produce, processed foods and fluoride in water).
The above are just a few.
Bro. Reggie R
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