Archive for December, 2011

December 27

December, Thoughts for…

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27. I have just three things to teach: simplicity, patience, compassion. These three are your greatest treasures. Lao Tzu

22. Forget relationships and learn how to relate. Osho

If you haven’t read it yet here is an article about love and relating by Osho that everyone on the planet should read.

14. Sometimes you make the most rational decision you can make based on emotion. Wm. Berry

10. Do not speak unless you can improve the silence. Proverb

I’m quite sure I’ve used this quote before, but it remains relevant in my life. I have been struggling with “Right Speech” for what seems like a very long …

December 18

Upper Hand And Its Effect On Attachment Style

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This is my latest post for Psychology Today. You can read it here.

December 14

Review: The Stranger

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First, it is important to explain how I came about reading this book. In my Class “Personal Adjustment” which focuses on the psychology of personal growth, a student asked if I had read “The Stranger” when we were discussing “Man’s Search for Meaning.” I hadn’t, and replied as such. She asked if she lent it to me would I read it. In my typically short but honest manner, I replied I wouldn’t: I had no time currently for enjoyment reading, and had a stack of books I was anxious to get to once I did. Furthermore, I don’t read fiction. On the day of the final exam for this class, …