thinkdr wrote:People love a bargain That means they love to shop for value. Why not then aim to maximize the value in your life. One sure way of doing this is to add value to every situation in which you find yourself. Among the three basic value-dimensions, IV (Intrinsic Value) is the highest. So if we go in this direction of intrinsic value we will have a life full of love - for that's what IV means: it means getting involved, expressing love at every opportunity, being creative, enthusiastic, cheerful, serene, at one with all, peaceful, loving, tender, humble, empathic, compassionate, etc. Why settle for anything less??
James S Saint wrote:The problem that becomes apparent ... is that their neurological anxiety doesn't actually go away ... The mind "naturally" conducts itself toward finding something, anything, that will at least mask the anxiety. ...can't substantially compete with physiological corruptions on an individual basis, but only through social authority. To get social authority involved means finding a means to ensure more power and success for those in such positions such as bankers, political, and religious leaders. (emphasis added)
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