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Scratch Below The Surface

One of the best pieces of advice we receive from good teachers and parents is that we should scratch below the surface; you never know what you might find. By looking beyond superficial appearances, we’ve undertaken an investigation and have … Continue reading

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Self-Reflection

As we encounter situations that require decisions or that impact our lives we must weigh our options. Regarding those times when we must speak out and state our views, it is best to contemplate and reflect. Hasty, impulsive decisions and … Continue reading

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Self-Reflecting

A family elder once remarked that it is essential that people should make a habit of self-examination and self-criticism; being careful to be aware of our fantasies of fame and fortune along with other mental distractions. My great-uncle seemed like … Continue reading

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That Inner Critic

Self-reflection is an important attribute in living our lives. Of course, it’s important to be as objective as possible and to also know one’s limits. Too much self-reflection sometimes leads to awakening the inner critic. Like plenty of people, I’m … Continue reading

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