Tag Archives: Self-Help

In Order To Help Many People, We Must Be Many People


Of all the problems that each person must solve, the complexity of our own temperament is probably the most challenging. Most of us have very little trouble giving other people good advice – we see exactly what is wrong with … Continue reading

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To Live By Medicine Is To Live Horribly


We are all, to a measure, the victims of the environments in which we live. When this environment becomes too oppressive, denying us self-expression, or discouraging it to the degree we no longer have energy or resistance to demand personal … Continue reading

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There’s Always Room To Be A Better Person – Always


Every day consists of hundreds of tiny commitments. The repeated ones constitute your daily habits, which might seem innocuous. However, the truth is that these commitment are what shape your lifestyle, determine your level of productivity, influence your long-term success … Continue reading

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Feelings Of Humiliation Can Represent The Nuclear Bombs Of Emotions


Dignity.  Everybody wants it, craves it, seeks it. Isn’t that what everybody really wants? You, me, your parents, your children, your friends, your colleagues at work. The homeless person in the park, the elderly in nursing homes; students, teachers, principals; … Continue reading

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