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Mr Hyde

In a crazy town called vanderbijlpark, there lived a man known as Mr. Jackel. By day, he immersed himself in the art of programming, finding solace in the rhythm of code and the simplicity of algorithms. A humble soul, he strove to live a life of balance and harmony, avoiding the spotlight and embracing the tranquility of his surroundings.

For months, Mr. Jackel had managed to maintain a sense of equanimity, navigating the ebbs and flows of his emotions with grace and composure. Yet, within him dwelled Mr. Hyde, a shadowy presence that threatened to disrupt his inner peace.

As the days passed, the subtle disturbances of daily life began to accumulate within Mr. Jackel’s mind. Despite his efforts to maintain a sense of detachment, they lingered, tugging at his consciousness like ripples on a tranquil pond. He knew that if he did not find a way to acknowledge and release these emotions, Mr. Hyde would inevitably emerge.

But Mr. Jackel understood that the key to transcending this inner conflict lay not in resistance, but in acceptance. He realized that Mr. Hyde was not an adversary to be defeated, but a part of himself seeking recognition and understanding.

And so, Mr. Jackel embarked on a journey of introspection, delving deep into the depths of his own psyche to confront his inner demons with compassion and mindfulness. With each passing day, he learned to embrace his emotions as they arose, neither clinging to nor pushing them away.

In this way, Mr. Jackel discovered a profound sense of peace and wholeness within himself. He realized that by acknowledging and accepting all aspects of his being, he could transcend the duality of Mr. Hyde and Mr. Jackel, and embrace the unity of his true self.

And so, in the tranquil town where he dwelled, Mr. Jackel walked the path of Zen, embodying the wisdom of acceptance and the serenity of inner harmony. With each step, he found himself more deeply rooted in the present moment, his heart open to the beauty and complexity of life unfolding around him.

Mr. Jackel would never be able to part with Mr. Hyde.

Ok, so you might be wondering. I took my emotions about my dual personality and made a story. I did use AI to shape a few things and fix some of my grammar.


One day the Buddha was walking through a village. A very angry and rude young man came up and began insulting him. “You have no right teaching others,” he shouted. “You are as stupid as everyone else. You are nothing but a fake.”

Buddha was not upset by these insults. Instead he asked the young man “Tell me, if you buy a gift for someone, and that person does not take it, to whom does the gift belong?”

The man was surprised to be asked such a strange question and answered, “It would belong to me, because I bought the gift.”

The Buddha smiled and said, “That is correct. And it is exactly the same with your anger.

If you become angry with me and I do not get insulted, then the anger falls back on you.