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|Yourself. Great personal achievements rarely happen by accident. The conscious |
expectations of that trip to Bhutan ... The philosopher Epictetus had another
saying: "First say to yourself what you would be, and then do what you have to do
|Nothing is as gentle as real strength. ~ Unknown. Let him that would move the |
world first move himself. ~ Socrates. First say to yourself what you would be; and
then do what you have to do. ~ Epictetus. You can clutch the past so tightly to ...
|... discuss for the sake of ostentation First say to yourself, who you wish to be: |
then do accordingly what you are doing; for in nearly all other things we ... If you
are a carpenter, you will have such and such things: if a worker in metal, such
|SESSION 2-MAPPING THE ROUTE First say to yourself what you would be; and |
then do what you have to do. Epictetus, Circa 60 a.d. Organization Regular
classroom seating. Equipment Rlack felt-tipped marker for the instructor; pencils,
8M x ...
|In this compilation of Books 3 and 4 of Epictetus' Discourses the second of a two-volume set the philosopher discusses the quest for freedom, the nature of solitude, cynicism, fear, discretion, the avoidance of quarrels, and other ...|
|start hearing and obeying your first mind, the truth can be known. Why is this so |
important to finding what was lost? If you allow yourself to continue to filter out
truth, especially truth which crosses all religious beliefs, then you cannot find ...
The things that you remember don't have to be the bad, and if the only things you
can remember about a person are bad, then you must of ... An example of this is
when you use your will power to do something, and tell yourself you can get it
|Correcting at the behavioral level can shift the error from the first to the second |
type of strain described above, but will NOT ... Then say to yourself that you must
somehow have willed not to love [or] the fear which arises from behavior-will ...
|Depart in peace, then ; I haven't made the admission. ... I have nothing to threaten |
you with ; for I suppose it can't matter much to you whether I am able to go on
thinking of you as I have always thought or not ; but it matters everything tome. ... I
have loved you ever since the first day that we met, I think ; though I have never
had any hope, except for a short time long ... Stapleford if it had been true you
wouldn't have been yourself ; you would have been a deceitful, heartless woman,
|You have given the verdict yourself, why ask for one from me? I do care, said |
Charlotte, looking dreamily at him, and I must read you the letters. The candle
was low in the socket. She began to sort them, but had hardly opened the first, ...