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Variothoughts. 5G


 


   

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5.1.   AR AR

The easiest way to Wake the mind is to wash with cold water.  You can take a cool shower, bath or swim in the pool.

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5.2.   AR AR

You walk away from the situation, you end it.

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5.3.   AR AR

Tree, if cut, is growing better.  Cut it off and grow bigger.  Remove the excess and get the beauty.

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5.4. "Variothoughts" is a cure for fear.   AR AR

I   originally   wrote   the   book   "Variothoughts"   for   myself   and   my   children.   I   lived   like   a   blind   man   in   the   dark,   on   the   very   edge   of   a   precipice,   in   perpetual   fear   of   falling   into   it.   My   only   desire   was   to   run   away   from   fear,   but   wherever   I   ran,   the   abyss   followed   me   like   a   shadow.   I   tried   to   grow,   I   wanted   to   grow,   but   I   couldn't   grow   a   millimeter.   I   was   weak,   stupid,   unlucky,   and   like   a   squirrel   in   a   wheel   that,   whatever   it   did,   always   stayed   in   one   place.   I   had   no   money,   no   prospects,   no   happiness,   no   friends...   I   had   nothing   but   endless   mistakes,   suffering,   and   a   million   problems,   each   of   which   required   answers   and   solutions.   12   years   ago,   I   was   extremely   tired   of   this   situation   and   began   to   think   about   how   to   deal   with   it.   The   result   of   this   work   of   thought   were   48   thousand   texts   contained   in   the   books"   Variothoughts".  

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5.5.   AR AR

Half   of   a   person’s   success   in   life   depends   on   his   communication   skills.   Loneliness   is   always   the   result   of   the   inner   rather   than   of   the   external.   Any   person   would   be   glad   to   communicate   but   he   is   so   afraid…   so   afraid…

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5.6.   AR AR

Judge not, lest ye be judged, this will save you from laziness, apathy, and depression.  When an idealist judges reality, it always fails to live up to his ideal, fails to live up to his expectations and shatters his illusions.  A mismatch between expectations of reality cause cognitive dissonance and 1000 of his sins and vices.

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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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5.8. The previous person.   AR AR

A fool is nakladem labels, he's always on everything paste labels...  The pattern of thinking compresses the brain of this person in the close narrow framework of stereotypes, in which he acutely wants to fit the rest of the world.  But the rest of the world in the head of a fool is placed badly, because you have to sacrifice almost all of its content.  From the diversity of real life in the mind of the fool are only labels. 

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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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5.10.   AR AR

Judge not, lest ye be judged ...because while you judge others, others judge you.  Trust me, you have so many sins that it is worth to know about them to anyone, you will die of shame and fear.

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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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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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5.15.   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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5.16.   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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5.17. Paradox of life.   AR AR

Yin is softness, Yang is hardness ...but Yang is incontinence, and Yin is restraint.  Darkness and shadow – a softness and restraint, and day light is the hardness and fierceness.  The paradox is that the soft restrains and gives shape to the hard.

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5.18. Light of faith.   AR AR

Standing up for your opinion is not when you're whining or aggressive, but when you're light.  Clarity and confidence of judgment, that's what convinces people.

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5.19.   AR AR

They say that in order to solve a problem, you should not focus on solving this problem, but on the needs of the people who have it.  The problem and its solutions are only consequences and their consequences.  At the root of all lies the reason - the people who gave rise to this problem.

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5.20.   AR AR

They say there is a cause and effect, but it is in two-dimensional illusions, and in the real three-dimensional world everything consists of at least three parts.  In three-dimensional reality there is always a cause, a consequence, a consequence and their dynamics (trajectory) of movement in time.

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