Appreciating others’ achievement fosters extrinsic self-worth, appreciating their commitment fosters intrinsic self-worth
Oct22

Appreciating others’ achievement fosters extrinsic self-worth, appreciating their commitment fosters intrinsic self-worth

Suppose we are guiding someone, as when we are parents guiding our children. Guiding involves both correcting and appreciating:…

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Fate is not a matter of faith, but our faith matters in determining our fate
Feb19

Fate is not a matter of faith, but our faith matters in determining our fate

The word fate connotes a trans-human shaper of results (Why is fate against me?) as well as the future that will result (Who…

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Our role in doing things is contributive, not decisive
Nov10

Our role in doing things is contributive, not decisive

We do things all the time, yet we don’t often think of the various factors that go into things working out well. The Bhagavad-gita…

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