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Your life is a puzzle without edges. And everyone’s is unique.

No one is born with all their pieces — or knowing what their “life puzzle” will look like.

We gain pieces of our life puzzle by having meaningful life experiences. The more unique that the experiences we have are, the more unique are the pieces of the puzzle we receive.

Every truly meaningful moment we experience in life provides us with another piece that fits somewhere within our puzzle.

The more meaningful experiences we have, the more pieces we receive, and the more the pieces begin to connect with others in our possession.

Our life puzzles are all something we have to piece together on our own and try to figure out as we go.

Your life puzzle doesn’t have to make sense to anyone but you — and sometimes it won’t make sense at all, because not all the pieces you have connect with each other. So you have to be patient — and live, and reach out for more meaningful experiences.

And because your life puzzle has no defined edges, you will never know exactly how big your puzzle will be, but if you have enough meaningful life experiences and gain enough pieces as a result, it will start creating a picture you can see.

And from that, you can begin to make sense of the journey that is your life.

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It's OK to be weird (and the best people usually are).
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