Tag Archives | Self-improvement

A Possible Cure For Stupidity

There are many reasons for an adult to be stupid. This article will focus on one particular type of person who is deemed stupid because of their irresponsibility, forgetfulness, incompetence and anything that is similar to which you may identify as behaving like a five year old. The question I have been pondering is why […]

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How To Open A Closed Heart

We all suffer from a heart that is closed, either a little or a lot, and we spend our life trying to avoid being aware of this, but it is always there in the back of our mind. This article will take the article; “How To Find What You Really Are” a little further. Our […]

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Good Manners and Spiritual / Conscious Development

Good manners are not the most common quality, yet have always been stressed as important. I would like to explore a far more valuable reason to have impeccable manners other than just to look good to others. Good manners are a show of respect to other people, as does following a code of ethics and […]

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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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Stress Is A Product Of Guilt, And How To Eliminate Them

The human being is often misperceived as a single individual. That is very far from the truth. In fact, we are a sort of apartment complex with several different beings all living in the same building. Stress is caused by guilt. Guilt is caused by an inner conflict between two of the tenants in the […]

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Use Habits To Change Your Being. Do We Really Have Freedom Of Choice

One of the greatest weaknesses or flaws in the human design is that we function on habits. If you observe yourself throughout the course of a day, you will find that the vast majority of things you say or do and even think, are automatic and repetitive, basically habitual functions. This is why when something […]

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Happy Or? Part 2

A wild animal doesn’t mate well in captivity. There is no room for its spirit to roam free so it will not have the motivation to reproduce in its small cage. Then it takes viagra to deliver what nature moves it to want. Using this analogy, see how free you are to live your life. Not […]

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How To Correct Injustice; Positive And Effective Change

This article is about the common frustration of facing someone who is doing something you consider very wrong, either to you or in general. When faced with a situation in which someone is cheating or hurting you, and you feel a tremendous injustice is done, leaving you very confused by the incomprehensible actions of that […]

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Do Not Carry On The Sabbath

In the Jewish religion, there are many rules and religious restrictions. One is that on the Sabbath, you are not allowed to carry anything outside of your house, even a thread in your pocket is not allowed. This sounds very strange, as this restriction comes from the commandment to not work on the Sabbath and […]

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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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