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If there was a button to reset your life on your nightstand, would you press it?
Life is not easy. Daily, we face challenges that make us feel stressed, frustrated, depressed, or anxious. When all that accumulates, we feel a heavy load on our shoulders. Sometimes, we want to disappear for a while and take a rest.
- You got one life, so make the best of it. —Dr. Foojan Zeine.
Today’s guest is the author of Life Reset: The Awareness Integration Path to Create the Life You Want, Dr. Foojan Zeine. In this episode, we’ll talk about self-awareness, mindset, ego, and past traumas. Plus, we will hear Dr. Zeine’s story on how she changed her life path to become a Life and Executive Coach.
Discover how decisions can become our best ally. It is time to be more aware of ourselves. Let’s press the button that will renew our life!
- Making decisions and acting, only happens in the present moment. —Dr. Foojan Zeine.
ABOUT DR. FOOJAN ZEINE
Dr. Foojan Zeine is a Psychotherapist, Radio/podcast host, International Speaker, and author. She has her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist practicing online and in her office in Southern California.
Dr. Zeine is the originator of “Awareness Integration ” educational and psychological theory and intervention. Also, the author of six books. She has authored and co-authored five books. She is the host of A Heartfelt Chat with Dr. Foojan at KMET1490AM/ ABC Radio and appeared on the Dr. Phil show
Buy Dr. Zeine’s book at www.amazon.com/Life-Reset-Awareness-Integration-Create/dp/1442276096
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What if you could reach over and instead of turning the alarm clock off, you hit the life reset button, right? Wouldn’t that be amazing today? We are talking to Dr. and we are talking about just that a life reset, the awareness integration path to creating a life that you want. She is an. A psychotherapist, a coach, a marriage and family therapist, and so much more.
She has created that beautiful middle ground place where you go from talk therapy of just talking about the past traumas over and over again, to integrating it with that future forward thinking and being in this. Moment right now that middle ground, that awareness integration. I am so excited to bring this interview to you.
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Starting podcasting for your soul in 3, 2, 1. So welcome to the podcast Dr. John. Oh, it’s so nice to be with you, Jennifer. I am really excited about this conversation. I’ve been doing a little bit of research. Um, I know that you have had your own podcast. You’re an author, but I want to start with my favorite question, which is in this moment in time in your life, what’s that thing that’s really lighting you up.
I am working with myself, uh, to generate a higher vibration of love for myself and people around me. So every time that I go, like, Ugh, a little bit down or that I get agitated, um, or I hear myself having negative judgment. It’s like that concept of reminding myself. Higher vibration of love, come on. It starts from here.
So it’s like shifting that thought process and then shifting the emotion in my body and really like generating, um, the oneness and feeling great and connection with humanity and earth. And then it’s like, then it pulls out and then I can go on again. So that’s my, um, what I’m working on right now. And I’m really passionate.
Oh, that higher vibration of love. So some of my audience doesn’t really understand ivory vibration. What does that mean when you say you’re putting out this higher vibration? That means to be in a space of positivity as many hours or many minutes that I can possibly be, and to have a thought process of connection and not separation, you know, I can always think that.
Um, I’m better than someone I’m less than someone, oh, I do this better or I can’t do this. Or, you know, you can vacillate from, I always say I vacillate between I am that it, or I’m nothing, you know? So we, we go back and forth between these things. And sometimes when you kind of stand in this middle place of.
I can connect to all of it, you know, I can, I can some it’s okay to be at at here where I know there’s a lot more and there’s a lot less, and I’m always going to be part of all of this. There’s a lot more and there’s a lot less. Does that make sense? Yeah, I can always have more education and I will always be less educated that some group I can always have more money and I can always have, you know, other people who have less money.
And I can, I can always have less money than others will always have more money than others. There’s this compare that aspect that we all live in and a lot of the negativity shows up, but because of somehow I’m less than I’m no good, you know, all of these belief systems that kind of pulls me back in, um, or anybody who’s with us was listening and it’s shifting those ideas and coming back into like, I’m great as is, you know, so is shifting those positivity senses, um, or changes our emotions and changes our behavior, changes our body language changes the way that we deal with other people.
And that’s what I mean by vibration. I love that. And it is, I love how you’re describing it as. It’s not just your vibration, but how the world around you is mimicking it back to you. That is, and you’re changing the vibration to so much love and this feeling of deserving, like an understanding. Yeah. I mean, I’ve, I’ve, you know, been a therapist for 30 years.
I created a, um, when I go into the world of therapy, I’m very confident about who I am. So now I’m going to start teaching in Cal state long beach, actually the, the book, the life reset, and a lot of, you know, mental health and mental wellbeing. I’ve never been a professor in my life. So just today I was sitting in a group.
Of the professors, you know, like their staff meeting. And I was telling my husband, I’m like, I have not had anxiety in my body for so long that when anxiety hit my body and I was kinda like shaking, I was like, what is this? And it was because I was a very novice person in this realm. Everybody who’s there has been a professor for 25 years.
They all know exactly what to do. And I didn’t. So this concept of, Ooh, am I going to mess up? Am I going to suck it? What are they going to think of me? And all of that showed up and I’ve been so much an expert in what I do that that was so strange. You know, but then anxiety showed up and then it’s like, okay, deep breathe.
And you know, it was all safe and they were great. And, you know, I said, I’m new at this. Please help me. And they were so kind and they started giving me feedback up, do this and do this. And this is the way it help. And it’s like, that’s what I mean by the high vibration of love, which is. You know, instead of, you know, my ego coming and I’m having this battle in my head, it was coming with my vulnerability and saying, I don’t know how to do this.
So can you support me? And they’re like, absolutely. And they started like, you know, sending me, um, ideas so that they could support me and jump up. And I think that’s the beauty of what we can do with each other and be with each other, for. Oh, yeah. And I love this other concept of you asked you, you let ego go and you asked for that support.
There is so much, I feel like social stigma behind asking for support being shown as something weak. But I think that it’s so strong to be like, Hey, I don’t know. Please help me. Yes. So part of, um, the awareness integration, the way that I came up with it is as I worked, I was working as in the psychotherapy world and coaching world, the business world coaching, and then life coaching.
And then, you know, the deep psychotherapy, uh, one of the things that I noticed is that this concept. Becoming aware of ourselves and our thought process, our emotional process, um, our, uh, body and body language and, um, also the behaviors we do. And then what kind of an impact it has. Um, we have the ability as human being to do that.
You know, our, our brain is capable of doing that, but we don’t like, we’re not trained in. So part of what I’ve started to do is the same way I was sharing with you right now. I’ve put kinda like put a camera on me and put a camera on out. So one end went out and I’m sure everybody who’s gotten ringer, these things in their home.
They see like he was a camera that has given be there. So imagine putting a camera that looks inside and a camera that looks outside and let these cameras run. So you’re constantly becoming aware of. These processes, how am I thinking? Feeling behaving and the impact of that to the world? The way I have it with everybody, you know, with people, uh, acquaintances, family members, coworkers, bosses, people who worked for you, your relationship, even your ex relationship.
Sexual sexual relationship, your, uh, career and finances. How do you deal with money? Uh, children, parents, you know, siblings, um, even the concepts such as death, such as God, you know, we all have relationships. We like, we live in relationships so I can see how I am with, with the world. And then I can have a camera, which would be like my assumptions, kind of my assumptions about how you are with me.
Right. So as I’m sitting here with you, Jennifer, I could have an assumption of how does Jennifer think of me or how does she feel about me and every movement that she does? What am I perceiving that, that means how is she’s behaving toward me? What am I proceeding that is? And then based on my perceptions and assumptions, which was.
By all day, how do I create an impact? Like what do I do and how do I create some impact? And then the third one is I take myself with me everywhere. So as I’m sitting here with you, Jennifer, I also have a thought about myself, like, or when I was sharing with you as I was in the meeting, I had a phone about myself, right?
Like, oh my God, I’m a novice. I don’t know much. So everywhere we go. We also have a thing thought about or thinking about herself. I’ve had a feeling about ourselves and we do something to ourselves, like, you know, either punish ourselves or be nasty to us or, you know, being nice and is like, you know, encouraging to ourselves.
And then how’s that. So this becomes like the awareness part. This becomes the camera as you watch, and you kind of watch parts of the goodness of having these type of awareness in the cameras that you can shift. Then you can make a decision immediately, such as what I was sharing with you. And this morning, as I show, as I saw my body is shaking.
And I was watching, you know, facial expressions on some of the pictures, some of them facial expressions, when I saw that, how vulnerable I am, I would assume that they would see also my vulnerability or my, you know, my shaking of boys and all of that. So it was more like it’s a decision to, should I share my vulnerability, which then it becomes like easy becomes congruent that they, they get it a reason I’m shaking.
It’s because I’m vulnerable. So let me put myself out there and ask for help. And so it helped, you know, the awareness versus if I wasn’t like in the past, when I wasn’t aware when the shaking would happen, I wanted to cover it up. So as I tried to cover it up and hide, then I might even look like, you know, that, um, um, withholding something or don’t want to be there, or it will show up at something else versus my vulnerability.
Right. So I think that that helps us to move along the, the relationship and the, uh, communication that we have. And then when we find the vulnerability, some of the belief systems, we’ve had some of the things, you know, For example, if I would say, okay, I’m not enough. Then we could, uh, in, in this process we can also go to the past and say, whereas I’m not enough showed up from, you know, where is it that I had a trauma or an incident or something happened based on my conversations with my mom or dad or, you know, siblings or went to school.
And some stuff happened where I made those decisions about myself and then we’ll go. So we clean up the past. We bring, you know, our wholeness and all of the fragmented parts that we’ve had and kind of like bring them together and kind of like raise it, you know, all of our inner children into who we are right now at this age.
And then we set goals and, um, you know, action plans and stuff in different areas of our life. Um, so then it kind of like, it has an encompassing where you clear the past, you’re very aware of the present moment because you’re consistently working. If you have a future planned and then you come back to the present moment and kinda like invent yourself and, uh, consciously in, as you keep going along the steps that you liked.
And is that the life reset? Is that the secret at the life reset? Yeah. So it’s awareness integration, which is set up in life, reset here as an exercise. So life reset. What I did was I took it and created all these different types of the different areas of life, where you get to do these exercises and go through different areas of your life, like seven major areas of your life, which are pretty much around 20 areas, but we fit it into seven chapters.
And you go through them and really become aware. It has the system of going inside and really clearing yourself, setting, uh, you know, goals and action plans for the future. Um, and it’s all like done in a self-help book in life for you. Oh, I’m like, that sounds magical. I think I was reading somewhere that it was like hitting instead of hitting the alarm clock in the morning that like button was like your reset button of like, oh, it’s a new day.
I get to start a new day. I get to, I get to choose. That was another word that you, that I keep hearing you say is it’s a choice. Like you’re being aware and then you’re choosing how to react to it. You’re choosing how to move forward. You’re choosing how to interact. You’re choosing vulnerability, which is amazing.
Yes. It’s almost like instead of, uh, living on automatic reactions all day, and then you turn back and like, who was that? Or what did I do or whoops, uh, you know, you’re coming as like, oh, here I am. What do I want to create? Okay. How do I, how can I be right now to create that? So you’re choosing, uh, it’s almost like sitting in a car.
And saying, where do I want to go? Okay, let me put it on, you know, the, um, GPS and then start going. So it’s, you know, as a system check is my car. Okay. Am I okay. System check, where am I going? How do I need to get there? This is almost what it feels like in a sense, what we did in general. We did a lot of research, um, in the world of therapy.
And when we did the research and the therapy will multicultural multi-lingual group, um, we had the result of minimization of depression, 75%, and we minimize the anxiety about 64%. Yeah. These are astonishing numbers. Then we, then I wrote life reset, and then we took it to four classes in Cal state, long beach, four classes, two professors.
I was no longer there, there were no therapists. None of the other therapists were there. Coaches were there. So all we did is the same way in here, which has chapters. We gave them modules, you know, each chapter we took it and we gave them modules every week. They will go home journal, come back. With no coach with no therapist at hand, we still got about 63% of minimization of depression and 43% minimization of, um, of anxiety.
And this is a group that in this age has the highest level of depression and anxiety. You know, young adults, which they’re just coming to the world, you know, the world is new, they got too many things going on and they’re anxious, right? I mean, they’re dealing with relationships, career issues. That’s an age of high level of anxiety and depression and we had astonishing results.
So, um, yeah, so it’s really working well. Uh, now we’re going to teach it at Cal state long beach. We’re going to teach and, um, having certification program program. Coaches and therapists to be certified. And then we’re also in the process of creating an app. So people can just go people who love books, they can do it this way.
People who love apps, they can go through the apps and go through the exercises. That is amazing. You are going to impact so many people’s life with that. That is I’m like, my brain is like, So just my mind is blown and my heart is full. I’m like, this is so cool. Um, so I have to know though, cause you started your career one direction and then you pivoted and then you pivoted again.
How did. Like at what point did you realize that this life reset was like, your thing, like this was your baby to birth until the world? Um, yeah. I’ve went to management. I had a flower business for a long time in Los Angeles and the, you know, the Beverly Hills area. Um, then I decided, oh, I want to, uh, a course for life coaching.
And I’m like, Ooh, I’m excited about that. So then I started going through that and I went back to graduate school. I learned, um, almost every, um, theory that wasn’t. Uh, different types of theories, you know, theories that work with your mind, the ones that work with your body emotions, traumas. Um, and then in my internships, I try to work with all types of, uh, demographic.
You know, I work with geriatrics. I work with children. Um, domestic violence, uh, foster care, uh, drug and alcohol for many years. All of those. Cause I kind of had, um, oh, and I was a, um, I was a supervisor of two outpatient hospitalization, so I had very extreme, you know, schizophrenia, psychosis, all the way to high functioning.
Uh, people who had businesses and, you know, CEOs of companies. So I had the whole spectrum of working with people and seeing all that. And then I created an agency, personal growth engine agency, which I had multicultural multilingual therapists from across the world, you know, um, and obviously with, with the population.
So you also brought the multicultural aspects of it to it. So I was learning all of these beautiful things and it’s like, oh, The cognitive ones were best at something, but it we’re missing something else. And then the emotional ones were best at something and missing something else. And each one of these, and as I was practicing with my clients, I saw if I took all of these best of these and put them together in a, you know, efficient model of everything that I ever learned, how would it work?
And then as I put this together and I started working with my clients, there was like, wow. It’s like efficient is creating much faster results. And with most of the therapy you could, you know, you could go in and see, where did I learn all of these irrational beliefs, but none of it would dismantle the belief.
It would just kinda like, see it. You know, it would have the client go through the past and they would cry, cry, cry, and go through the hurts, but nothing would, would this mental, you know, so part of that was like, that’s it, I’m going to go try to figure out how to dismantle this whole thing out of the memory.
Cause if I created it, then I should be able to dismantle it. So that’s where the process began where creating a model. You start with the awareness. And as you look at all your dualities, then you go into the past and, you know, clear the clear all these areas of the past. And you could see how clearing those in, in a particular way that we do it, uh, dismantles the belief, like the belief doesn’t even show up and then go to the future because some of the theories that we’ll go through the future, especially coaching, it goes into the future.
But if you haven’t really clear the past, it keeps coming back and sabotaging. Right. And if you’re not really aware, like you’re having installed these cameras, you keep repeating the same pattern and you have no idea why. So that’s why the awareness that, you know, the mechanism of the awareness for someone to have as a life agency really helps and then cleaning up the past.
Now let’s figure out how to go to the future because we have a mechanism of guidance. Our driving to go forward. Um, and then started working within all of my clients. And I’m like, I’m getting a lot of great results. Now. This is me. Like, I’m the same thing with this. And these are my clients. So how come suddenly I’m getting.
Astonishing results. And, uh, I looked at how, you know, I put that together, which was giving a lot better result. Then I asked all my other therapists who were working with me to start trying it with their clients. And that’s how the first study started, which we started looking at these training, the therapist and the therapist were doing it with their clients.
Um, and then just, you know, put it in the book. And so it, it became something that, oh, This is something that it’s working when the other therapist worked with it. And they were astonished when we did the research and it’s like, wow, the numbers are really showing and coming in. Evidence-based uh, so now we’re taking it into colleges, we’re taking it into schools.
One of my friends who her specialty is early child development. She took it in 100 hundred schools and, um, past six years, she has been researching this, uh, the same awareness integration from working with kids from infancy to six years. Again, astonishing results because when they even a two-year-old old learns how to regulate their emotion, their capacity to learning has become much more their capacity to become independent, even as children.
And they love learning, they love doing things themselves and, um, it’s been, and then when they go to school, their school readiness has become. And much faster. And when they’re going to a school, that IQ is actually high. Because they’ve regulated, you know, when, when they’re not really disturbed, emotionally, the eyes mind are open to pick up a lot more.
Um, and their relatedness is much more kinder, more peaceful, more loving with each other. So she’s, um, they’re, you know, looking at bringing it into the educational world from that angle. And, uh, we’re looking at also bringing it into the high school and the junior high, which is. The time that, you know, people usually have the highest level of, right.
Like all the good stories came from high school. Right. Exactly. And, um, so, you know, when they, when they learn how to handle their world, you know, their thought process that impulsive, you know, behaviors and all of that, I think that it makes much more, um, guarantee about success in the future. Oh, my goodness.
My mind is like, there’s so many questions in there, but first, like how cool is it that you filled that gap between therapy and like the coaching aspect that forward thinking and the stuck in the past, because I have spent so much time dealing with the past and creating the future, but that middle ground.
It’s not something you hear about, like that is where the magic happens. I am. I’m like, okay, I’m buying her book. As soon as this is over, it’s going to my Amazon card. It’s coming home. I need all of this in my life. So first I want to just say like, Thank you for bringing this out into the world. This is so amazing because it is, it’s such a gap as somebody who’s been in both of those worlds pretty heavily.
But one of my questions for you is like this middle ground and people coming into your space, like where is that first little step that somebody starts to finding that middle ground, that reset? Well, the reset begins with, uh, with the awareness. So the first thing is to start looking at, as I am talking to the world, you know, um, how do I think, how am I thinking of you?
How do I feel about you and how do I behave? And then what does this do out there? Like where, you know, things happen out there. And most of us think obviously as the world’s fault, But if I see the poem being my intention, my values, my thought process, my beliefs, my emotions, you know, what happens in my body, how I behave, all of those have a direct impact in my life.
So as I become aware of those pieces, that becomes a present moment. So think about it as every moment. You have a present moment where you can actually make decisions and act. Right. Making decisions and acting upon only happens in the present moment. We bring the past, we either go to the past, then hang in there or bring the past to the present moment because obviously our belief systems, memories, things that are there right now, as long as I can bring the past, which is all of my strengths, all of my learnings, everything on that is beautiful.
’cause it makes me grow when I go and bring all the limiting beliefs, all the traumas that are there, all the stuckness that are there, then my present moment just becomes stuck. So that awareness will tell me if I’m holding onto the beliefs that is moving me forward or hold, you know, it’s holding me back.
And at that moment, that awareness could support me to choose between. If I’ve been very, um, it’s like a traumatized and this is so emotionally, then it’s knowing what beliefs do I have? What kind of emotion shows up? Where is it in my body? And allow myself to go through my. Not just like, you know what I remember, but through my body and allow my kind of like muscular, a memory, Senator memory, uh, plus all of that to take me to the experiences I had, where I made these decisions.
And then as I go to that place, I can see that I was mostly in maybe a powerless position at that moment. Uh, I made a decision at that moment that was related to that, but I made a general about myself and the world. And. You know, it may maybe if a five-year-old made a decision based on truly being victimized at that moment and having no power, but I, as a 60 year old, I’m not that five-year-old anymore, but somehow I’m still holding the same emotions as if I am.
Right. So then what do I do is I, I, you know, in my imagination, I can go back to myself in that poem and remind that person that we’ve grown we’ve survived this. You’re not stuck there and you have every right to have that feeling then. And that’s how you made the decision then. But the truth is that I’m here, I’m here, I’ve passed through those.
I’ve survived it. And it was because of your power because you hung in there because you were so resilient because you were still powerful, but I’m here at this age. So it’s bringing those pieces together and bringing the whole strength of all of my years together. So it’s not just like, you know, one part of me is in a closet and still in the domain that I have no power, no girl, we’re way beyond that.
And much more powerful and got so many more experiences. And let me go, let me tell you how much we’ve come. You know how far we’ve come. So that, you know, that little one comes out of the closet and it’s got, Hey, I’m part of this bigger picture versus like, I got to hide in the closet because you know, I’m, I’m not good enough for something happened to me or I was abused or I was molested where I was, you know, beaten up or something happened, you know?
Yes. I could have been a victim at one point in my life, but I don’t read, I don’t need to stay a victim for the rest of my life. You know? So it’s that piece of bringing it together and creating this whole list? That space of, yeah, I am all of it. I’m all the vulnerabilities. I’m all the strength and the power that I can get from the strengths through the vulnerability, the.
I was sharing with you when I was anxious and vulnerable, my power showed up and shared and said, I’m vulnerable. My power showed up and shared that I’m vulnerable because now I have both, I’ve got my vulnerability and I’ve got my power, but I’m going to lean on my power to put, you know, move me forward.
Like if my, you know, my left leg was wounded, I’m gonna use my right leg. And my hand with a cane to move me until this part healed. Does that make sense? Yeah. And I love how you’re explaining it is like we do, we don’t necessarily want to get rid of that past, you know, little girl that got hurt or, you know, was told something or something happened.
Put her in the class. And forget about her. Like really step in, how far have you come? What have you overcome? And then just stand up and be like, yeah, girl, you got this because, oh man, I’m just loving this conversation. I’m like, like, yes, stand in your power. Those past traumas. Turn them into your power.
You’re like my mind is in so many different directions right now. I’m like, yay. I’m so grateful for this conversation for myself. And I know my listeners will be feeling the same way, but that it’s just, I love the space that you’ve created. I keep saying I love, but it’s just, there’s the. There’s this beautiful space of you’re not again, not going the traditional route.
Not saying, get rid of this, hide this, push this down. Let’s beat this thing until it’s dead again. Instead embracing it as power. And thank you for saying that and how to that is, I’m not even saying to have all your inner children hang in there because you don’t need to. I’m 60 year old and I need all my parts to be six zero.
I don’t need a five-year-old. Part of it also the traditional way of handling inner children, you know, inner child, or was like, I give, you know, I give the right to that part of me to have that feeling. And I just left it at that. And then I have people who are like, they give themselves to react, uh, emotionally very, very, you know, uh, highly.
And then they’re now justification is, but my inner child is angry. Great handle. You know, um, as a six-year-old, I don’t need a five-year-old inner child, um, you know, emotional meltdown. I sh I need to learn the skills of how to handle emotional meltdown as a 60 year old. So it’s that piece that, yes, I have emotions because I’m human being and I should have them.
And they’re wonderful. But I also have my thoughts and I also have my wisdom and I also have my strengths and I have all of those and it’s listening to my emotions and the power that it has and the, and the message that it has, but to choose my behavior, even the way I express my emotions in a powerful.
Uh, not in like, you know, to destroy relationships. I want, I want to make it so that I express myself in such a, in such a way that I promote communication and I promote love and understanding in my, in the way that I relate with people versus, you know, bringing my vulnerability in a way that it destroys relationships.
Cause that’s another good way to hide. Yeah. So if someone wanted to get in touch with you, where can they reach out and find you? Cause if anybody else listening to this is as excited as I am about finding this middle ground. You’ve got to know where to find you. My website is Fujian, zane.com, F O O J a N Z I N e.com.
And any of the social media I’m on Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, and. So any of those four, um, you can get ahold of me. You can message me or, you know, go to my website and email me through that. And, um, I do, you know, therapy and coaching online. Uh, I do coaching across the world online, you know, love this zoom thing I have.
Yes. I have an office in San Clemente for people who really want it, you know, come and be with me in the office. And, um, and that’s the. Oh, I may have to drive down. Yes. I think lament is beautiful. Isn’t it’s like a beautiful beach town, so I rarely recommend it. It is. And it’s only like five hours from my house.
So only five hours, only five hours, no big deal. Right. So if someone were to walk away with just like that one little thing that you want them to take with them for the rest of time, what would you want them to walk away with? You got one life, one life, even if you imagined or reincarnation as this person, you’re only coming up once know I’m only going to be who’s on once.
So make the best of it. Best and you deserve it and learn how to just enjoy life and you can do it with all that’s what, with all that shows up in life. And I’m not saying that, you know, somebody’s going to have a life, which is like stress less. We all get a fair share of our ups and downs, but you still can be fulfilled.
And I think it’s our responsibility to make our life fulfilled. And, um, that’s what I would want to leave everybody. You deserve it, create it and live fulfilling.