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How To Master Being Tolerant In Three Steps

First Do not ask a six year old to stop behaving like a six year old. Second Do not equate age with a proportionate amount of maturity and wisdom. Third Accept that common sense is the most rare thing to find in a human being.

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Frustrated By The Medical Profession

I am so frustrated by the medical profession that puts eagles in a cage with tortoises and tells them they need to be like tortoises. Stop flying high and fast and get down to earth and crawl in hyper slow motion like everyone else, then you will be cured and happy. Enough of this drugging […]

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The Purpose Of Human Life, Even For Perceived Failures

I think this world may be something like a maze and we are the rats in the maze. What we need to do is find our way out of the maze and sometimes we get a little tired of hitting dead ends and that’s what puts us in a state of depression or frustration or […]

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Effective Listening

A Monologue Is One Person Talking To Themselves.  A Heated Dialogue Is Two People, Talking To Themselves It is selfish to try to make someone understand what you want to say, and selfless to understand what the other person is saying, or hearing. The whole concept of effective communication skills is flawed. The flaw is […]

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Foundation Job Opportunity

A few months ago I posted about the foundation I am creating. I am now ready for the next step which is finding the right person to work for me.  This is a call for applications for a very interesting job for the right person. The first thing to be clear is that the right […]

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Three Sides Of A Coin

The saying; ‘every coin has two sides’, is used as a positive encouragement but in fact enforces a negative and limited view. It ignores the key to happiness, creativity, objectivity and finding the solution to all problems and conflicts, the third side. Even a razor blade, the sharpest of knives, has a third side, it […]

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Why We Have To Work 

In the parable of Adam and Eve eating of the tree of knowledge of good and evil, and thus being evicted from the garden, we find an interesting concept to explain why our world is so materialistic as well as how to master our mind and increase the brains capacity. Without knowing the difference between […]

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How To Handle Being Hurt, Revenge Or Not To Revenge

The negative quality of revenge must not be underestimated for its self destructive effects and how to avoid that. Bitterness in you makes you want to stick a knife in the other person because you do not like what they did. This is obviously bad for your own life. It makes you suffer needlessly and […]

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The Root Cause Of Our Personality And Its Flaws

Find the root cause of our personality flaws for the purpose of self-improvement and self-perfecting. One of the common flaws is lack of taking responsibility, no one wants to take responsibility for their mistakes and actions. We must think of why we are this way, if we make mistakes no one will like you, you […]

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Changing The Way You Think, And The Results

If you want to change the way you think and live, you have to see the process of your thoughts, how you think, what makes you have certain thoughts, what is behind your thoughts and feelings, then when you find that, only then do you have the potential to change the way you think. Only […]

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