Sunday, December 13, 2015

         Deep, uninterrupted reflection and contemplation in solitude can resolve inner disharmony and reward you with new truths and valuable insight. It is critical that you create and defend quiet time and space in your busy life—for reflection, for the finding of your own meanings and understandings, and for the integration of your character.
         Perhaps introspection is a necessary precursor of self-transcendence, expressed in altruism, humanitarianism, conflict prevention, and a range of other-oriented practical actions dedicated to humankind and benefiting the world.

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