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Yukio Mishima - 2002 - 316 pages
|ASAKO: (Coming up to the top of the staircase, in a decolletage) It is so hard to |
climb up a staircase in a dress like this! ... You shouldn't talk about the fancy
dinner until you finish eating the whole thing. ... you see, the happiness of these
young people, your happiness, Sueko, and also my happiness — all this
depends on our ... do not rate myself that highly. But it certainly is true that you
can count on time better than human beings. ... Young people shouldn't think
about time in the past.
|I can't think of living a life where I just give all this up and I wind up being a clerk |
somewhere. ... There's no reason why I shouldn't make another film. ... day is to
sort of keep an eye on the very little things in life and the little accomplishments.
You can't really count on people. You ... It sounds kinda new-agey and cheesy,
but I think it's a major step to be able to depend on yourself, to know that at any
|(1) Mark ideas on the left side of the table you currently use that eliminate power |
and choice in your life. ... My past makes it hard or impossible for me to change,
let go of anger, depression, etc. ... She shouldn't ... He ought to ... They never ...
People should always be at their best. When others do ''wrong'' things, ... Do you
feel ...? The best mind readers make mistakes. People don't have to put me first to
love or support me. → I can respond to what others do. ... I can depend on myself.
|qualities and hope to count myself among her friends one day; but, being a |
satirist and a sceptic, I rebel instinctively against ... It's something quite different
shedoes to me. Shemakes me feel safe; safe and happyin away Inever imagined
possible. ... “I dowish you every happiness, as you know. ... Oldmeadow
didnotlook up ashe said: “That depends onher, doesn'tit? ... There'sno reason,
none whatever, why you shouldn't bethe best offriends, asfaras sheis concerned.
It's all she asks.
|Gretchen Rubin's passion for her subject jumps off the page, and reading just a few chapters of this book will inspire you to start your own happiness project.|
|People want to contribute and you can call on them in such a way that they feel |
acknowledged and included. "Don't. Depend. on. Others". You may have been
told, "You shouldn't depend on others" or "You'd better learn to take care of
yourself." To depend on ... It is important to develop your own sense of self-value,
self-worth, and self-love. If you look to or depend on others for your happiness,
success, or love, you will also tend to blame others for your disappointments.
When you ...
1870 - 107 pages
|"The count. Sir Banulph," replied Jeames Dawdle, opening a bottle of |
champagne, "is in excellent health. Does not appear to ... Shouldn't much care
about being shipwrecked myself, though," remarked Sir Banulph, as he drained
the glass. ... Have you seen her sineer" "No, Sir Banulph; nor do I think 'twould be
nltogether advisable at present. You'd better try it ou yourself first." Sir Ranulph
swore a dreadful oath. "Dash it. Jeames! I've already tried and failed. .... •You may
rely upon me.
|Some maintain that you shouldn't meditate before you go to bed. because then it |
will be hard to fall asleep. If you suffer from insomnia, do ihe Little Yoga Nidra in
which you count breaths in your nose before you intend 10 ... Try out ihe different
methods and observe their effects - in that way you gel a greater freedom. ...
When you feel like il or need to be yourself, now and then, listen to this need and
- 44 pages
|Treat yourself to some of that kindness and generosity you lavish on others. ... |
You can do no wrong around people this week, and might even impress a higher
-up with your zest for life and laughter. ... A short trip to see old friends will boost
you out of your rut and on to new heights of happiness and contentment In fact, ...
but you'll need the Help of trusted friends to cash in on them — and shouldn't let
foolish pride keep you from asking ... It might help to stop and count your
|What Should Make You Happy, but Doesn't, What Shouldn't Make You Happy, |
but Does Sonja Lyubomirsky. STOP COMPARING First, harking back to chapter 5
, we should minimize the time we devote to comparing ourselves to others. ...
Ofcourse,we willalsolearn that some people havefared worse—and chosenworse
—but, asmy research shows, ... In short, we should aim to rely on expert reviews,
but limit our exposure to such reviews or other kinds of information (much of it
now on ...