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Foreword


10.17841.   AR AR

We can only see what is inside of us; everything else is unknown to us and, therefore, is not recognized.

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10.18263. A speck in someone else's eye.   AR AR

The more minor other people's sins you see, the greater your own sin.  Your same sin is a magnifying glass, the bigger it is, the better you can see other people's vices.

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10.18720.   AR AR

A proud man is a man who has a log in his eye.  A proud person is someone who lives in a glass house.  Ask a proud man about a log and a glass house, and he will deny everything angrily.

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10.19059.   AR AR

According to science, self-deception is called anosognosia.  This is a severe mental illness that completely deprives a person of hearing and vision in all that concerns his sins and vices.

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10.19161. The proportions are preserved.   AR AR

In someone else's eye we see a speck, but in our own log we do not notice this is a proverb about self-deception.  Especially well their sins are visible in other people, but in themselves are not visible.

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10.19697.   AR AR

The log through which a person sees a speck in someone else's eye is the paradigm through which a person sees the world.  The lies see the lies, fear sees fear, sees Vice Vice.

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10.21604. You need to know the enemy by sight.   AR AR

A log in your own eye isn't as bad as it looks.  Indeed, we are able to see only the vices and sins that are in us, but this is for the best.  Vices and sins in small quantities we need as inoculations.  The invisible enemy is especially dangerous, it can very slowly creep up to us and slowly eat us, or we can eat it, get poisoned and infected, and die in terrible agony.

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10.21610. Compassion for yourself and your neighbor.   AR AR

In each I see my sins, and I cry....

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10.21929. The mirror and the people.   AR AR

If you see a Vice in a person, correct it in yourself, and it will automatically disappear from the person.  When you heal yourself of your vices, you heal the whole world.

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The beginning of the book


3.194.   AR AR

The less a person communicates with people, the more he is a fool.  People are like mirrors and allow you to see a log or an eyesore.  Alone their vices hard to kill.

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3.855.   AR AR

In someone else's eye see the speck in your do not notice the log - means in particular that the external assessment of our overall objective, though often exaggerated exaggerated. 

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5.364.   AR AR

The bigger the city, the more lonely it is. Huge towers pierce the sky with their glass heads, and in them lonely glass people living in small glass houses. They are all so transparent that it seems as if they do not exist.

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5.686.   AR AR

Sins-a terrible thing in the play "the Storm" Catherine, cheating on her husband, falls into a paranoia of fear and suspiciousness. You remember that fear is the devil, the father of lies and stupidity. As a result, it ends with the fact that, unable to stand the pangs of conscience, on her knees she confesses everything to her husband, further aggravating the situation. In my practice of psychotherapy I have seen a similar picture many times, and I want to say that the motive here lies deeper than it seems. It's all the fault of cognitive dissonance and subconscious desire to break the glass house.

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5.687.   AR AR

Catherine, breaking his glass house, immediately falls into depression and, as a neurotic, begins to idealize the image of death. How beautiful is death, thinks Catherine, what a cozy grave, the sun on her and the flowers. Is idealist-neurotic to break a life, the symbol of which is his passion, as here, the neurotic begins to love death and death to strive for. The story predictably ends with the suicide of the main character. Finita La Comedia.

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6.636.   AR AR

I noticed that reading books on psychology in order to apply this knowledge to yourself ends in chaos in the head and life, because in other people's eyes we see a grain of sand, and at ourselves we do not notice a log.

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6.812. Paradise lost is a broken glass illusion of lies.   AR AR

Why do you want to open Pandora's box? You're suspicious, you think you're surrounded by lies and you're looking for the truth? Well, I'll tell you what, Yes ... a lie. You love lies, you live in a house of glass illusions, and if you open Pandora's box, you will find the truth in it and it will destroy your glass illusion, and then you will howl at the moon for a long time in pain, mourning your lost Paradise.

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7.850.   AR AR

Being  one’s  own  psychologist  usually  hurts  rather  than  helps  oneself…  The  reason  is  trivial:  those  who  live  in  glass  houses  should  not  throw  stones.

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7.927.   AR AR

‘Those  who  live  in  glass  houses  should  not  throw  stones’  is  a  proverb  meaning  that  the  you-are-your-own-psychologist  approach  does  not  work.  Your  sins,  flaws,  vices  and  so  on  are  visible  only  through  someone  else’s  eyes…

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8.314.   AR AR

Wisdom  is  the  function  of  stupidity.  A  person  who  hasn't  known  any  mistakes,  is  dull. 

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3.1454.   AR AR

I noticed that the" I " of a person denies and instantly forgets all the facts of real life that undermine his self-esteem and the picture of the world.  The glass house protects the force field, annihilating all the stones flying into it.

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3.1838. Doesn't that make you suspicious?   AR AR

Collegial decision - making works, because in someone else's eye a speck like a log, and in his log-a speck...  In General, we see each other well...

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3.1839.   AR AR

A man who does not see logs in his eye is very suspicious...  His log is a magnifying glass, in which other people's specks are monstrously huge and terrible.

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3.1853.   AR AR

From the tank tank not in sight...  To see your log, you need someone else's eyes and trust in people.

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3.1875.   AR AR

That speck in someone else's eye is also a log.

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3.2284.   AR AR

To see a speck in someone else's eye, you need a magnifying log of the same design in your own.

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3.2350.   AR AR

Beam in the eye of the mote, which is also called cataract.

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3.2355. Bad Ya.   AR AR

The painful attitude to criticism is due to the false assumption that everyone should love and praise me.  My parents told me I had to be good, and now that someone says I'm bad, I can't bear the thought. 

The recommendation is this: don't you believe.  They all lie, a speck, of course, in the eye is, but the log is all the effect of a magnifying glass.  Moreover, the critic is a Troll, he criticizes, raises yourself-esteem, for him, criticism is like Masturbation.  Normal testers will not analyze and test the system for free, because time is money.

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3.2590. Eye x-ray.   AR AR

A speck in someone else's eye is a log of the same design as in your own.  Saw in man a Vice, run immediately to the mirror and look in your eye beam.

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3.2603.   AR AR

For a long time feign the love will not work.  False love is a lie, it fears time like a glass house of stones.

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