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    • tuta_tis
      • hello Tuta Tis
      • Username: tuta_tis
      • In response to: "What's the one thing you're never gonna give up?" Curiosity.
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    • No longer a mere mortal
      • If I had forever (without getting senile, of course), I'd carry on as it goes, because I enjoy my life, but I'd also try long-term projects without the fear of getting too old to see the results, like trying an entirely new vocation or learning something interesting but useless in my present situation.

      • answered by tuta_tis on 07/07/2013
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    • The natural world
      • When I was little we used to do a lot of camping, so for me spending time in nature was something very natural :D. In the last few years, however, we fell out of this good habit and spent most of our time working, making money, etc. Which didn't make us any happier (or richer, by the way). Anyway, I am extremely happy and grateful to whoever is watching us from above that we are gradually returning to our former lifestyle and spend as much time in the countryside as possible. So, for me, every outing with a fire, baked potatoes or shashlyki, bathing in a river or a lake or just walking along forest paths is a relived memory. As if all these years were a bad dream, and now I have finally woken up and am learning to live again.

      • answered by tuta_tis on 07/06/2013
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    • Decisions, Decisions
      • I used to be a very reason-oriented person. I tried to do what was 'right'. Lately, however, I notice that I trust the gut feeling more and I'm glad of it. What's reasonable didn't always make me happy. It was often what others wanted me to do for their own benefit. Now I ask myself: will this 'right' thing make me happy. If the answer is 'no' I try to avoid doing it, even if it is disapproved.

      • answered by tuta_tis on 05/30/2013
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    • Imperfections
      • I am content with imperfection in clothes. A shabby look gives me a feeling of freedom, whereas a smart dress makes me feel uptight and uneasy.

      • answered by tuta_tis on 05/30/2013
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    • Charitable
      • I would renounce the inheritance. It sounds like a lot of trouble.

      • answered by tuta_tis on 05/30/2013
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