Mastering others is strength. Mastering yourself is true power - expression of power while considering what the lesson behind holding power is.
Our sense of self is a fragile thing. The one constant message we give ourselves is that we are not good enough. The power to change this lies with us.
When Dian Brown was teaching time management skills to secondary students, she would have them draw a weekly time-table.
We realised we were more than the things we did and the roles we had. We understood that, no matter what we do, life will go by.
Teresa Ralton writes that the focus on the acceptance and balancing of opposites underpins the teaching of Anthony Solerno.
Melody R Green sets the scene for her weekly blog on philosophy. This week's focus is firmly on the I. More importantly - the 'Who Am I'.
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