29 Mar-Cheshvan 5769
In today's post I am fulfilling a promise to a dear friend. Here we go:
A significant part of my technique in coping with adversity is the nurturing of my sense of self. It is the key to anyone's ability to cope.
Those are words I use to grasp the solution to any problem I face.
Thinking and functioning on that level of awareness leads to spiritual and intellectual growth: the growing sense of "Hey, I can do this, that, the other. And I sure don't need to take the options that hurt me in the past." It allows us to behave with courage, generosity and compassion.
Such thinking makes you immune to superficial standards of "worth" based on appearances, wealth, fleeting standards of popular entertainment and value; the mental junk that wears you down. External tastes come and go. It is the integrity of the personality that stands the test of time.
Integrity enables you to help people in your personal world: friends, family, business associates. YOURSELF.
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Ah, one more thought: When I do Self-Help Coaching, I ask my clients lots of questions. Those questions provoke introspection. That leads to insights and solutions: the answers my clients seek. I do this because I KNOW: your answers lie within you. I'm willing to help you to find them.
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