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5.5506.   AR AR

If nobody understands or cares, apparently you missed the principle of "you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours". You do not understand and do not appreciate people, they reciprocate you. Your vain assertion that you understand everything and everyone is self-deception.

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6.1847.   AR AR

Try not to ask anyone for free services. Always pay for your desires. People have spent their time, time is energy, money and love. You have to pay for what you took, or you'll upset the balance.

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6.2969.   AR AR

The essence of the principle "you-to me, I-to you" is that the giver is not disappointed that he gives good. Why pay expensive for good and for evil in pain.

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6.5999.   AR AR

Anyone who distributes freebies is a demon, condemning people to suffering. Violating the principle of balance and harmony "you-to me, I-to you" is doomed to hell.

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6.6419. Greed breeds greed.   AR AR

When you ask, just give. If you ask and do not give in return what they want or expect, most likely, you will be sent far and rightly. Especially if you have what is asked, and you do not give greed.

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7.1257.   AR AR

Any request requires reverse services. Requests are like husband and wife, always go in pairs, you I you. It's law.

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10.1597. Not a lot of honor?   AR AR

Given the principle of energy balance " you-me, I-you.".. idolatry is the product of the sin of pride.  You bow to be bowed to.  You pray to God that God will pray for you.

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10.4991. You to me, I to you.   AR AR

The lover receives delight and admiration from the object of his love.  What should he give in return?  Correctly, a lover should give his love admiration and joy.

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10.8292.   AR AR

You – me, I-you this scheme won-won, symbiosis and mutual use.  All other relationships create a conflict of active and passive positions.

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10.8424. Mutually beneficial cooperation.   AR AR

It's great to be used, so you're useful.  Show reciprocity and find usefulness in your new symbiont.

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10.8536.   AR AR

Rudeness is intemperance.  The "you - to - me, I-to-you" principle requires reciprocity.  You were honest, and I will be honest.

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10.9749.   AR AR

Ask, and you will be given, for to give to someone who does not ask is like violence, extortion, and a violation of the balance of being.

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10.9872.   AR AR

It seems to the proud man that he owes something to those whom he loves, respectively, they owe him.  People think he gives because he loves, and he's a liar ...  just a greedy moneylender who lends love at huge interest rates.

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10.9909.   AR AR

"You-me, I-you" is the principle of responsibility for your actions.  Wanting freebies and avoiding responsibility is infantilism.

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8.1481.1.   AR AR

Everything  you  get  is  the  payment  for  everything  you  give-  nothing  more,  nothing  less. 

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10.10097. Beware of Greeks bearing gifts.   AR AR

A kind gift that requires nothing in return reminds me of a situation where a fire lights a candle.  That is, the fire under a very plausible and romantic pretext devours the candle, telling everyone stories about how healthy and beautiful it is.

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10.10098.   AR AR

If you take something from the outside and give nothing in return, you will lose the ability to produce what came from the outside.  I see deadly danger in freebies.

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10.11091.   AR AR

Proud people are very greedy people.  Giving them is dangerous in the sense that it creates in them a subconscious greed and unwillingness to give anything in return.

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10.12063. Candy justice.   AR AR

You gave candy to the person you love.  In return, you got joy.  The deal is closed.  Your desire to get the candy back is a gross injustice.

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10.20247. Mutually useful people.   AR AR

Harmony is when everyone is eating each other, they use and rejoice.

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10.20318. The preservation of the integrity.   AR AR

Harmony is a balance and a model of concessions.  Everyone makes some concessions to each other for the sake of maintaining harmony in the system.

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10.21054.   AR AR

In this world, everything is a constant and nothing can be changed, reduced or increased.  The energy balance is always the same.

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10.21912. Two mirrors.   AR AR

Man is reflected in the mirror of reality, but reality is also reflected in the mirror of man.

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The beginning of the book


3.1. Then give more.   AR AR

The more you take, the more you give, do not hesitate to take.  The more you don't take, the more you don't give.  But you can refuse twice. 

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97.   AR AR

The  desire  to  take  without  giving  anything  back 
is  often  disguised  by 
the  desire  to  give  what  they  don't  ask  for... 
      …  and  then  angrily  demand  what  they  don't  give 
back  in  response... 

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6.44.   AR AR

The neurotic child is looking for love, but does not want to pay for love.  He reaches out to other children, wanting love from them, but giving them nothing in return... gets nothing from them.  It Angers him and he attacks other children, and those in response.

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7.20. «Quid pro quo» system is called social barter.   AR AR

Social  barter  is  a  basis  for  social  division  of  labour.  Quid  pro  quo,  everyone  shares  what  he  has.  The  person  who  wants  to  be  loved  for  nothing  is  an  egoist  and  a  freeloader.  Every  person  should  bring  benefit.

Social  barter  is  a  basis  for  social  division  of  labour.  Quid  pro  quo,  everyone  shares  what  he  has.  The  person  who  wants  to  be  loved  for  nothing  is  an  egoist  and  a  freeloader.  Every  person  should  bring  benefit.

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783. [In brevi]   AR AR

If  you  want  something  from  someone,  just  give  them  what  they  want. 

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7.87. Balancing system.   AR AR

When you give, people automatically want to give something back.  Give people a good mood, thank them, give small gifts, help to realize their desires, amuse self-esteem, and they will love you in return.

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8.89.   AR AR

Many  people's  feeling  that  they  give  more  than  get  back  is  often  linked  with  being  inattentive  to  people.  You  give  people  what  you  want  and  as  much  as  you  want,  ignoring  their  real  needs  and  desires.  You  think  you're  of  high  value,  but  in  fact  your  value  is  extremely  low,  and  what  you  get  back  is  your  fair  price.

If  you  want  to  raise  your  price-raise  your  value.  Study  people,  study  their  desires

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1589.   AR AR

No one owes you anything. Change - "You to me, I to you". Look for what people need, change it to what you need. And you will be happy.

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1666.   AR AR

Disturbing  the  balance  of  energy  exchange  is  a  sin... 

The  conclusion:  if  you  take  something  -  pay  for  it  anyhow  you  can. 
The  conclusion:  take  only  what  you  really  need  to  do  something. 

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2093.   AR AR

Many  people  tend  to  raise  a  question:  Who  do  I  need?  What  do  I  need?
However,  it  should  be  kept  in  mind  that  in  order  to  make  life  free  from  disappointments  and  pain  it's  necessary  to  ask  another  question:  -  So  what  can  I  give  in  return?  Do  I  have  something  that  others  need?

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2962. Don't take anything without giving something back.   AR AR

When  you  take  something,  make  sure  you  soon  give  something  back  so  that  not  to  owe  anything.  Otherwise  you'll  be  in  debt.  Uncovered  debts  are  like  open  windows  and  doors  in  winter:  they  let  off  warmth  from  the  house.  Beware  of  freebies  and  free  cheese  as  you'll  pay  for  them  later. 

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3.510.   AR AR

The   law   of   action   and   counteraction   is   the   realization   of   the   following   principles:   something   for   something,   tit   for   tat   and   butterfly   wings.

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3935. Balance issues.   AR AR

But the balance is not only 50-50.
The balance point can be anywhere. The balance depends very much on external circumstances and factors. Depending on the length of the lever and the weight of the load, the balance point can move very freely.
And importantly... This is not the point itself, but the fact that there is a balance.

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5.930.   AR AR

Interchange   is   a   principle   that   makes   a   person   sell   his   soul   to   the   devil   in   exchange   of   freebies.   “I   exchange   nothing   for   nothing,”   says   the   wretch,   rubbing   his   hands   in   joy,   and,   certainly,   he   is   quite   mistaken.

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6.352.   AR AR

And egoists call themselves neurotics, who, having given themselves 100% of some of their passion, do not want to pay for some of their other relationships, where they take and take, and in return do not give anything. But the same 100% they give their passions and not give her the same answer, I think its selfish nature.

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7.572. Black hole people.   AR AR

Hollow  people  are  dangerous  in  that  they  absorb  everything  inside  themselves  without  giving  anything  in  return  outside,  just  because  they  have  nothing  inside  them. 

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7.830.   AR AR

The  meaning  of  «quid  pro  quo»  thesis  depicts,  each  should  do  his  own  business,  i.e.  the  thing  he  can  do  best.

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8.645.   AR AR

Only breathing in love, you will inevitably suffocate, you also need to love yourself.

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8.933. Him and her.   AR AR

We just change with you, you give something that I need, and I give you something that you need. No exchange, no subject matter. Why scandals, quarrels and mutual claims? It's simple - we either change or we don't... You want to bargain? Bargain! But do it, please, kindly, here nobody owes anything to anybody.

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9.209. A hand-made monster.   AR AR

Without  upholding  the  principle  «from  me  to  you,  from  you  to  me»,  the  principle  of  energy  balance  "give-and-take",  you  cause  great  pain  to  a  person  and  it  makes  this  person  a  monster.

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