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Afterword


So our last lesson has ended. But all the fun is just beginning. It will be interesting to observe how body shapes change, how more lightness and vigor appears, how energy accumulated in fat is directed to achieve new life goals and pleasure, how acquaintances will cease to recognize, and when they learn, they will be sincerely surprised. A lot of things will appear in your life that’s new - you won’t list everything. Although it can be said briefly: in front of you is a new life, different from the previous one. Different from the previous one, just like the life of a butterfly differs from the previous life of a caterpillar.
And the last parable that will help you continue to work on the method of weight loss. This parable is about the most important thing that justifies your venture to become slim: about the desire to get rid of extra pounds, so that at least in some way, at least a little bit become happier ... And good luck along the way!
Gates of happiness
Once, once, one person realized that his happiness would never knock on him if he was locked up.

He left his house and went in search of happiness ...
And when most of the way was covered, a large wide gate blocked the road.

A heavy castle hung on them, and a formidable guard stood nearby.
But oddly enough, the guard said he was ready to let a person through.
However, he warned: "There, behind my gate, six more are the same, and everyone has a guard."
“I myself,” said this guard, “I am afraid to look at the guard at the fifth gate.
His appearance is so terrible. ”
The man thought and decided to wait.
Settled not far from the gate temporary housing with windows overlooking the road.
Over time, the new house settled down, and a whole large farm grew around.
And only from time to time, when daytime chores ended, did a man sit by the window and look at the road.
Months passed, years ...
And when the traveler became already old and weak, he again got out on the road and went to the guard.
“Tell me, did anyone ever go through this gate?” He asked the question that had been living in it all these years.
And the guard carefully looked at him and answered:
“No ... And now hardly anyone will pass ...
it was only your gate. "
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