If one feels outraged, upset, sad or disappointed about something – they think the "reasons" (or justifications or excuses) are in the events that caused them to be outraged. And along with the outrage, upset, disappointment, most take the license to be nasty, angry and vengeful of the "perpetrators." And they castigate, condemn and vent their ire rather vociferously in most cases. And when the supposed outrage is due to an event they come to know of from the media, it's most
One of the most important questions that parents of children ask is, "How do I help my child become more responsible?"
And when asked the reason they want their child to become more responsible, the most common response is, "Well, s/he seems to be more interested in playing, being with friends, watching TV, and doing everything other than what they really need to be doing." The simplest way to help a child, or for that matter anyone, become more responsible is to help them
This is a short focused note on introspection. There are likely quite a bit of information that exists. This note is about a process that I use, and have found extremely useful. This is also based on a few requests on "how to introspect" that have been posed. Step 1. State purpose - useful to have a standard purpose statement. (Example: The statement I use is, "I am keen to introspect and learn the truth about myself, for my progress. I introspect with awareness and willingl