Humility learns even from success; pride, not even from failure
Nov29

Humility learns even from success; pride, not even from failure

We often learn much more from our failures than from our successes. When we succeed, we may become so full of ourselves as …

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Being a wizard brings the hazard of belittling others as dullards
Nov10

Being a wizard brings the hazard of belittling others as dullards

Whenever we are wizards at something – superb at doing that thing – our ability can raise us to great heights. While we…

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Don’t see through others; see others through
Sep17

Don’t see through others; see others through

To see through others means to look for faults in others even when none are evident. To see others through means to help others…

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People who are too full of themselves are empty
May08

People who are too full of themselves are empty

Egoistic people think and talk only about themselves: “I went here, I achieved this, I experienced this, I am so great.”…

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Inability to stand others’ weaknesses is our weakness
Jan30

Inability to stand others’ weaknesses is our weakness

When we are good at something, we can easily spot others’ weaknesses in that area. For example, if we are good at language,…

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We may be wired to explode, but we can change our wiring
Jun27

We may be wired to explode, but we can change our wiring

Short-tempered people are sometimes said to be “wired to explode.” This expression draws metaphorically from technology…

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