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Catch The ‘No’ Preceding The ‘Yes’

Have you noticed how people respond to questions or comments with; “No, yes it is…”  People often respond initially with a negation even when the answer is affirmative. For example, you may say; “That is a very nice shirt.” And the response will be; “No, yes it is very comfortable.” I asked a friend from […]

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Make Right Decisions, Stop Procrastinating, and How To Commit

I was asked about how we can make timely RIGHT decisions & avoid or minimise procrastination. She was also wondering about making a commitment to a decision once we make them & why we tend to avoid and/or make excuses not to do or commit to something whether it’s a work project, a job, a […]

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Be Like A Cloud, video

Analogies and imagery can have a more profound effect than words alone, and so David Samuel created the concept of being like a cloud to attain emotional freedom and balance in all situations. Instead of writing an article on this topic, we made a 12 minute video of David explaining it in depth. Visit http://ethicalism.org […]

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New Invention Advises To Be Fake

There is a new technology for cell phones that can determine and notify you before you answer if a call is personal or business or from your kids school, etc. The purpose of the function is so that you know how to answer the phone based on what type of call it is. This may […]

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Why Men Cannot Commit In A Relationship

Long ago, before women had equality in the workplace, a man would spend all day at work mainly only with men, then come home to his wife. Now there are many women who are very young and beautiful and intelligent and sexy throughout the workplace that men interact with every day. Men and women, humans, […]

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Introducing Ethicalism

We would like to announce the launch of Ethicalism.org The concept is to give everyone – either those who have a teacher or religion or those who have lost hope with the teachers and religions of today – a self-directed path to become content while strengthening ones individuality and sense of self. Ethicalism is a code of moral conduct that, […]

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An Inquisitive Mind Is Crucial To Not Having Arguments

The way to not have arguments is to take the attitude when there is a disagreement, that the other person is right, and, you just do not understand why they have their attitude or opinion. Through an inquisitive mind, you question to find the answer as to why they think the way they do, which […]

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Finding Loving Companionship

‘You can’t fix something until you know it’s broken’. And before one can fix it, one must to know why, where and how it broke in order to fix it, or determine if it needs to be discarded and acquire a replacement. One’s greatest strength is to know one’s weakness and one’s greatest weakness is […]

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No, It’s Not All Good

The common saying that is meant to encourage a positive happy attitude towards all things in the life is actually counter productive. To try and convince yourself that ‘it’s all good’ when you work for a charity helping the poor, or defend an equal rights movement, or something of that nature, shows that you know […]

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Why It’s So Hard To Find A Good Partner, How To Overcome All Blocks In Your Life

So many people ask me, and wonder why, it’s so hard to find a partner, even though there are many wonderful people of all ages, even in their 40’s and 50’s or older who are still single, and probably will be single for the rest of their life. The reason is that they have certain […]

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