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Foreword


10.14803. The lie of lovelessness.   AR AR

Pride whispers-you are not loved.  Most of the thoughts that don't love you – it's a lie that generates fear.  Fear is the reverse of pride.

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10.16133.   AR AR

They say that unspoken words are more useful than spoken ones.  The truth is that every coin has two sides, and the harm of unspoken words is as great as the benefit.

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10.18499.   AR AR

Too much love breeds greed.  Lack of love breeds greed.  However, in fact, greed and greed are two sides of the same coin, which is called pride.  By the way, pride has many names, for example, fear and lies are also pride.

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10.19766.   AR AR

Good and bad are two sides of the same coin.  But you can choose which side to look at it from.

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10.19964.   AR AR

When a child in childhood finds himself in a situation where it is impossible to avoid fear, he automatically begins to displace this fear from himself.  Having replaced fear, a person automatically loses the ability to love, because fear and love are two sides of the same coin.

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10.21048.   AR AR

Those who understand life are no longer afraid, because they understand that we have nothing to lose but our own chains.  Everything we own owns us.  All our joys are the reverse side of our torments.

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10.22083.   AR AR

Lies and truth are the opposite of each other.  A lie seems true until it is known.  Truth seems to be a lie until it is known.  The knowledge of the lies leads to fear.  The knowledge of the truth produces joy.

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4.2370.   AR AR

Only fools think that the coin has two sides, rather, the coin is a diamond.

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4.2369.   AR AR

It is a delusion to think that a coin has two sides. The coin is a ball. So you don't forget about it, on the edge of a coin caused risucci. Remember how ricochet the coin, so she faces.

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4.2073. Mr. X.   AR AR

You say the coin has two sides. You're always wrong. The coin only one side, which can take only one value and this value of X. X, in turn, may be what you want or what you want, or who is stronger than you want to, on the side he will stand.

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3.2874.   AR AR

Narcissistic personality is the flip side of the individual dependent and also as she is, needs attention, prone to phobias, lives in perpetual fear and prone to somatic diseases.

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10.228.   AR AR

Too much creates a shortage on the other side of the coin.

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4.201.   AR AR

The other side of pleasure is sadness. Pleasure inevitably turns into sadness and depression. People who choose the meaning of their life pleasure, inevitably end up sad and depressed depression.

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2260. Toss a coin   AR AR

If  you  don't  know  which  of  the  two  variants  to  choose,  toss  a  coin  and  choose  the  opposite  variant. 

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The beginning of the book


1579.   AR AR

Superiority  complex  is  the  opposite  side  of  the  inferiority  complex.  People  who  are  very  self-confident  often  hide  their  own  diffidence. 

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3.217.   AR AR

The   strength   of   mind   and   the   strength   of   spirit   are   two   faces   of   the   same   coin.   By   improving   your   strength   of   mind   through   the   knowledge   of   truth   and   philosophy,   you   automatically   strengthen   your   strength   of   spirit.

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3.298.   AR AR

Humility is the realization that chaos and order are equal, moreover, in their unity they are one, as two sides of the same coin.  Therefore, pay tribute will have both forces.

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3.420.   AR AR

The faster we move through space, the slower we move through time.  What does that say?  - That space and time are two interrelated entities, obviously two sides of the same coin.     
"What does speed have to do with it?"  - Obviously, accelerating, we begin to catch up with time, equalizing our speeds.

"What does that give us?"  – First, it gives us an understanding that time is a state of motion of the flow of energy.  The material is that which has lagged behind, that which has slowed down, perhaps has died.  Things die when they stop and time overtakes them forever.  Secondly, the speed of galaxies, stars and planets, forming a single vector, creates a local time constant, which, obviously, in different galaxies will be different.

- Does this conclusion have any practical value?  - Speed up and you'll outrun other people's time.  The greater the order, the greater the speed.  Things die when they stop.  Light carries mass.  What does that mean?"  This means that the slower you move, the more energy is taken away from you, the faster, the more energy you have left and even added.

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3833. Impotence breeds violence.   AR AR

Demons of weakness and impotence. "The other side of the demon of perfection. Preaching powerlessness and weakness. Impotence breeds violence. The demons of perfection, depleting their energy and becoming ghouls, really need new blood. Demons of powerlessness cultivate FOOD for GHOULS.

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4.814. The other side of the moon.   AR AR

The moon is useful, it invigorates the blood and is an important component of life on planet Earth. What do you care about the other side of the moon? Mind your own business and problems. The reverse side of the moon is a symbol of the duality of human desire, which strives for what it loves and at the same time runs away from it. The moon dreams of the Sun, stars and other planets. The moon opposite side of her, dreamily looking into space... But will she be able to escape? Where could she run? Why would she run? Do not go to the moon in soul!!!

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9.245.   AR AR

The military should be treated with a certain caution, these are people who are willing to kill for a medal, a star, seniority or an increase in salary.

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10.255. Business and nothing personal.   AR AR

The meaning of modern warfare not a war and not even the redivision of markets and economic recovery, military procurement, military budget, wages and medals of the war.

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3.1087.   AR AR

If   you   have   bad   cards   in   your   hands,   you   should   lovingly   turn   them   into   trumps.   Also,   you   should   remember   that   your   opponent   can   perform   miracles,   too,   if   he   loves   what   he   does.   Interestingly,   fear   as   the   other   side   of   love   is   also   capable   of   miracles.

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3.1477.   AR AR

A person who believes that his success does not depend on him is sick with depression.    Optimism is the flip side of depression.  Optimism is one of the main initial symptoms of depression.  The symptoms of optimism inevitably turn into symptoms of chronic depression sooner or later.  In a state of chronic depression, a person attributes his failures to himself, and good luck to external circumstances.  In the optimistic stage, the opposite is true.

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4.1379.   AR AR

The science of command is the reverse of the science of obedience. A leader is a slave to his will, reason, truth, virtue, purpose and dreams.

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4.2368. It's not a coin, it's a ball.   AR AR

The desire to get approval and love of people is one of the facets of pride. Lust for love, lust for power. Dependent personality disorder and narcissism are two sides of the same ball, the other side is paranoia and obsessive-compulsive disorder, then schizoid and histrionic personality disorder. This ball has many sides. This man is convinced that he should be helped, respected, obeyed, admired, etc.

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4.2371. Where the Earth may roll away?   AR AR

The problem with the squirrel in the wheel is that it runs in a coin that has only two sides. If a squirrel had looked at things more broadly, he would have realized that the coin was more like a ball or a diamond. To run in a ball is not so terrible as in a coin, for there is no fear of falling and you can roll away where you want.

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4.2372.   AR AR

Your fear is connected with the fact that you run in a coin. When you realize it's a ball, you'll feel better.

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4.2961.   AR AR

On the one hand, megalomania and elation are better than paranoia and decline of spirit, and on the other, is it possible to divide two halves of one coin?

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4.3283.   AR AR

The feeling of helplessness and fear of power and power stems from childhood from the fear of parents. Getting rid of the fear of the real world and people should start with getting rid of the fear of parents. A child should respect his parents, not be afraid. Respect is love, and fear is the other side of love.

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4.4046.   AR AR

What does a drug addict, a drug addict wants pleasures. But pleasure is always accompanied by suffering. The addict does not like to suffer, he asks to save him from suffering, but to keep the pleasure. The addict wants pleasure without suffering. Alas, this is impossible, because suffering and pleasure are two sides of the same coin. Suppressing the pain with painkillers? - It's like plugging a dam, they'll build up and disaster will happen.

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4.4072. A bottomless well of depression.   AR AR

Your feelings are reflections of your thoughts, but there is also a negative feedback when the mirror begins to reflect endlessly in the mirror.

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4.4137.   AR AR

By   letting   a   man   pay   for   her,   a   woman   provokes   in   the   man   the   thirst   for   power   and   the   desire   to   dominate   her.   Arrogance   is   thirst   for   power,   mostly   characterized   by   anger,   aggressiveness,   jealousy,   the   suppression   of   another   person’s   will   and   so   on.   What   could   be   more   foolish   than   to   become   a   slave   for   a   handful   of   coins?   –   Prostitutes   will   disagree   with   you.

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4.4138.   AR AR

When the squirrel in the wheel runs forward, it is negative feedback, when back-positive.

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