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  The process of self-correction
is very arduous, very tough,
especially for instinctive people.

But, correct we must,
if not every now and then,
at least once in a while.
Else, life comes to a screeching halt.

Every action is based on a premise.
But premises change
because of sum-total
of other premises,
and actions based on them.
That is why we take daily rest,
weekly rest, and yearly rest.

But for changing premises,
you have childhood, adolescence,
youth, (wo)manhood, mature age and old age.

In fact, every five years
should be premise assessment gap,
so that life does not become a gaping hole! 

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