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Genuine relationships or fairweather relationships?

This poster, sent by a friend, set me thinking.

Do we treat everybody with about the same amount of respect and consideration?

Or do we give immense amounts of respect and consideration to people only if they are wealthier and/or more powerful and/or better connected than us, and little or no respect and consideration to people if we are wealthier and/or more powerful and/or better connected than them and we are definitely unlikely to need their help in any way in the foreseeable future? 67 more words

Proactive Indian

First post

Welcome to Silence for Rights – my blog on my experience of taking a vow of silence! For more information of the background of this decision, head to this page… 47 more words

Challenge

Who Looks Inside

“Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.”

-Carl Jung

Literature

Introspection - only way to move forward

This is the basic formula that most of us forget. My thoughts are on a very simple premise, unless you know where you stand how will you know where to go and how to go? 461 more words

Being Successful

The Storm Approaches

Awake at dawn, I step out of our tent into a perfect July morning. The temperature hovering in the mid-60’s, a thin, misty fog covers much of the lake, the sun is just climbing over the hill to the east, and it begins to burn a hole through the magical veil of vapor. 999 more words

Observations From The Soft Chair

No Time To Think

ONE of the biggest complaints in modern society is being overscheduled, overcommitted and overextended. Ask people at a social gathering how they are and the stock answer is “super busy,” “crazy busy” or “insanely busy.” Nobody is just “fine” anymore. 1,217 more words

Press

Hard Things

We are lost ’till we learn how to ask.

I am beset by a terrible instinct to do what’s good for others, even and especially when it contradicts with what’s good for me.

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Introspection