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10.16033.   AR AR

Having got rid of pride, a person becomes pleasant, because he does not want to rule anymore, does not seek praise, does not try to eat his neighbor out of hunger.

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10.16139.   AR AR

An honest person, before saying something, asks himself, am I honest?

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10.16405.   AR AR

People like being allowed to make decisions on their own and don't like being imposed on by others.

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10.16406.   AR AR

I forbid you to criticize other people's tastes.  Love is equal to love, criticizing someone else's love is rude.

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10.16418.   AR AR

Ease is the absence of fear, and therefore the presence of experience and knowledge.

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10.16987.   AR AR

Decent people do not argue about tastes, and the proud and ignorant love to argue, praise their own tastes and blame others.

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10.17438.   AR AR

Laugh when you don't know what to say or do.

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10.18299.   AR AR

Proud people are terribly touchy, and they take any disagreement with their point of view with great pain.

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10.18426.   AR AR

The art of conversation is the art of loving one's neighbor.  One must love one's neighbor.  Love is honesty, benevolence, joy, usefulness, respect, tolerance, kindness, mindfulness, relaxation, and the absence of fear.

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10.18451.   AR AR

You don't need much flattery.  Flattery is poison... in order for poison to become a medicine, it must be consumed in small quantities.

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10.19104.   AR AR

Honesty is the best strategy, and miraculously it always produces good consequences.  Good it does not mean expected and does not mean that you wanted it or will be happy with it, but those that in a system-wide sense can be called good.

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10.19181.   AR AR

How to recognize a proud man?  He is impatient, impatient, inattentive, unfriendly…

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10.19793. A harmless motive.   AR AR

People lie a lot when they want to be liked...

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10.19851.   AR AR

 

And brag you will brag about in return.  Lie and you will be lied to in return.  Tell the truth and see what happens.

 

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10.19865.   AR AR

To interrupt is pride, fear, impatience, greed, insult, cowardice, and deceit.  By interrupting, you create lies, destroying the integrity of information.

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10.20563.   AR AR

Say politely " no»  you can keep silent.  Silence is a polite refusal.

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10.20589.   AR AR

Remember, you don't have to say Yes to a person if you want to please them.  Many people really like being told No.  "No»  it awakens in people cheerfulness, love of life and hunting excitement.

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10.20655.   AR AR

Let me stay in my delusion, I want to be in the dark at night.  Light in the night is violence, and I want to sleep.

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10.20671.   AR AR

Try to refrain in conversations from judgments that you were not asked about, judgments are pride and aggression, people do not like it.

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10.20732.   AR AR

You see that a person is playing, play along with him.

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10.20803.   AR AR

Love your neighbor and accept him.  Let the person be themselves, have their own opinion and do what they want.

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10.20818.   AR AR

Everyone is afraid of being thought badly of.  This is normal, we all live in a society.  On the other hand, given that everyone is focused on themselves, people think about others solely about their attitude to themselves.

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10.21962.   AR AR

Breaking someone else's borders is an act of disrespect and aggression, which means that there is no love between you.  But there is a thirst for power and pride.  Keep your distance from those who don't understand the word "no".

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10.21982. Politeness is when you are calm.   AR AR

At all costs, be polite.  Decent people swear very politely and constructively, without getting personal.

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10.22263.   AR AR

If someone tells you that they will do something useful, answer, thank you, I just wanted to ask you about it.

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1554.   AR AR

The  following  ways  can  be  used  to  create  a  comfortable  psychological  background:  support  by  agreement,  support  by  approval,  flattery  and  admiration,  approving  gestures,  sharing  common  interests  and  ideas. 

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1547.   AR AR

A  person  gets  very  nervous  and  upset  when  they  don’t  trust  him.  Mistrust  can  be  compared  to  an  offence,  to  an  insult  .

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7.92. Don't waste energy on resistance.   AR AR

No need to argue, no need to justify anything.  You need to listen carefully and think about how you can use the situation for the benefit of the case.  Even if I disagree, there is no need to argue.  Say, "all right, all right, let's think."

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5.15.   AR AR

It  is  stupid  to  keep  saying  yes  to  your  interlocutor.  You’d  better  restate  and  sum  up  his  point  of  view  in  short  answers,  thus  making  it  clear  to  your  interlocutor  that  you  are  all  ears.

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5.11.   AR AR

In  conversation,  hold  your  breath  more  often.  Your  interlocutor  uses  this  pretext  to  make  you  a  listener,  which  is  good.  The  more  you  listen  and  the  less  you  speak,  the  more  intelligent  and  smart  in  all  respects  you  seem  to  others. 

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5.12. A vehement listener.   AR AR

The  most  important  thing  in  communication  is  to  learn  to  listen  attentively.  Don’t  get  distracted,  don’t  idly  observe  flies  while  reflecting  upon  the  nature  of  eternity,  but  listen  with  great  and  vehement  interest,  soaking  in  every  word  and  gesture  of  your  interlocutor.

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The beginning of the book


5.7. I’m a fool…   AR AR

Nothing  spoils  a  person  more  than  his  infinite  desire  to  criticize  or  to  give  valuable  advice…  The  two  common  cents  you  contribute  to  the  conversation  are  like  flies  in  a  soup.  Nobody  likes  flies,  so  remember  that  your  criticism,  moaning  and  valuable  advice  are  as  if  you  kept  saying  “I’m  a  fool,  I’m  a  fool,  I’m  a  fool”…

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5.9.   AR AR

The safest type of conversation is when you listen to the interlocutor, understand, empathize with him and clearly articulate their own problems.

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121.   AR AR

Tell  people  more  about 
your  problems. 
This  way  you  give  them  joy 
and  raise  their  mood... 

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386.   AR AR

An empty cart rattles heavily.
Who has nothing to do, he says a lot.
An empty man is like a ringing bell,
In the ears is the hum from it is terrible…

Sheep get scared, cows don't get milked,
Chickens don't grow, rabbits don't get divorced,
From silly talk, my ears hurt.
To kill him, but I am afraid, will put…

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490.   AR AR

If you people say something, smile back and nod, they love it.  To delve and, especially, to do anything at the same time is not necessary.

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5.13. Summer conversations on a green meadow.   AR AR

Extremely frustrating when you say something to him, and he looks at you like a sheep at a new gate.  What is there to talk about with a sheep?  Remember not to be a sheep, read more.  Reading able any sheep magically turned into a quite decent man, with whom pleasant to communicate. 

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5.14.   AR AR

A  conversation  is  not  only  what  you  say  but  also  what  you  wisely  leave  out.

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5.16.   AR AR

As a consolation, reflexive answers work well.  By affirming aloud the right of a person to suffer, it is as if you are freeing him from suffering.  Now that he knows he had a right to his emotions, it'll be a relief.

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536.   AR AR

A  sense  of  delicacy  is  the  ability  to  keep  silent,  when  one  craves  to  say  what's  on  the  mind. 

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6.35.   AR AR

The questions indicate that we managed to attract attention.

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6.41.   AR AR

If you're in doubt about something, break it down into the simplest things that are not in doubt.  So you will know the truth and the faith.

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6.42.   AR AR

A person does not need to be deceived, it is enough to push him, throwing hints and hints at his feet, and then he will deceive himself.

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6.47.   AR AR

Neurotics are vain and crazy about compliments and flattery.

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6.49.   AR AR

It's hard to argue about where everyone agrees.  No joy there.

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7.30.   AR AR

A great way to get out of an unnecessary dispute is to say "Yes, of course.  Yes, of course you're right."  The main thing is not to prove anything, do not justify and do not justify anything.  Shake your head thoughtfully, but in your heart, ignore all this nonsense.

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787.   AR AR

I'm  trying  to  get  a  new  thought  out  of  making  somebody's  acquaintance.  To  galvanize  a  person  into  doing  something  useful  is  often  a  difficult  thing  to  do.  But  often  enough  people  share  information  easily,  as  well  as  give  fresh  ideas  and  galvanize  into  doing  something  useful. 

Even  really  empty  people  may  provide  me  with  very  interesting  and  unusual  thoughts,  or  make  me  want  to  perform  their  job  for  them,  and  thus  train  well  or  just  do  a  good  thing... 

Even  idiots,  causing  a  lot  of  problems  are  totally  useful. 
Those  problems  that  they  cause  make  you  muster  all  strength  and  make  you  stronger  and  better. 

And  if  you  happen  to  talk  to  a  smart  person,  then  you'll  simply  plunge  into  an  ocean  of  pleasure.  The  main  thing  in  it  all  is  to  have  a  subject  for  discussion,  otherwise  it's  very  difficult  to  get  use  out  of  a  yuk-yuk.  It's  like  fishing  with  one's  hands  in  a  lake... 

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836.   AR AR

The  nicest  people  to  talk  to  are  cynics: 
they  take  the  world  as  it  is 
and  don't  try  to  change  anything... 
kindly  laughing  at  its  imperfection. 

And  the  most  unbearable  ones  are  idealists... 
they're  always  dissatisfied  with  everything, 
want  to  change  something  and  somehow  are  always 
sure  that  everything  and  everyone  is  obliged  to  help  them... 
to  fit  the  world  to  their  idealistic  picture... 

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8.84. About benevolence.   AR AR

Try  to  be  less  insulting  towards  people  for  no  reason  as  there's  no  use  in  it  but  the  potential  harm  is  unlimited. 

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9.31. To understand a person, listen to his silence.   AR AR

You   don't   have   to   say   anything   to   say   something.   The   words   are   only   20%   of   the   information,   the   rest   is   felt   by   your   interlocutors.   Moreover,   silence   is   more   sincere   than   words,   it   is   a   kind   of   telepathy,   it   is   more   difficult   to   deceive   feelings   than   ears.   The   same   applies   to   you   -   listening   to   stillness   and   silence,   in   the   pauses   between   the   words,   you   will   hear   and   feel   much   more   than   words   can   say   even   theoretically.

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9.78. Think what you ask and who you ask!   AR AR

When you ask a man for something he can't help you with, you hurt him a lot. After all, helping people is a joy. By depriving him of joy, you hurt him.

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