1. When reading or studying anything, always treat it as if you are having a conversation with that thing. 2Having a notepad on hand is very handy, to record your own responses to what is before you.
2. As you approach anything that you have some interest in, you must bring an eagerness to participate in the process, so that you can emerge with the clearest organization of facts, which may lead to concrete information.
3. Keep in mind always that you are on an exploration. 2This material is only an aid in the exploration of you, and does not purport to have all the answers. 3In fact, from you having a conversation with this material, may lead you to some very interesting and important conclusions, which this book may not have ‘spelt out.’ 4Everything is valid, until proven otherwise.
4. It is good when you can bring honesty to all of your conversations, along with an open mind. 2For it is a conversation you are having. 3One that will shed new insights upon your life and the ‘world’ you live in. 4The more you are able to suspend your judgments, the deeper and more meaningful would be your conversations.
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Intro: Summary Self-discovery
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