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Why I’m Happy Donald Trump Won

This is really an insightful, intelligent and well articulated argument for how to use adversity, or the appearance of adversity, to serve us, and help us heal

Regardless of who you wanted to win the Presidency, it’s fair to say, our Country is certainly a bit under the weather ­čÖé The incredible polarization, the echo chamber of staying in our own ideological corners, and failing to have even a wee bit of empathy for those with whom we disagree, is in fact, a recipe for dis-ease, and most likely, the eventual destruction of everything we hold dear.

Let your outrage serve you. And regardless of which side of the political fence you fall on, we can all use the discomfort we feel, as a tool for transformation, and for the greater good.



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