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+ 279 Try honestly to see things from the other personís point of view. Dale Carnegie

+ 277 Be sympathetic with the other personís ideas and desires. Dale Carnegie

+ 347 Become a Friendlier Person
1. Donít criticize, condemn or complain.
2. Give honest, sincere appreciation.
3. Arouse in the other person an eager want.
4. Become genuinely interested in other people.
5. Smile.
6. Remember that a personís name is to that person the sweetest
and most important sound in any language.
7. Be a good listener. Encourage others to talk about themselves.
8. Talk in terms of the other personís interests.
9. Make the other person feel important - and do it sincerely.
Dale Carnegie

+ 381 Win People to Your Way of Thinking
10. The only way to get the best of an argument is to avoid it.
11. Show respect for the other personís opinion. Never say, ďYouíre wrong.Ē
12. If you are wrong, admit it quickly and emphatically.
13. Begin in a friendly way.
14. Get the other person saying ďyes, yesĒ immediately.
15. Let the other person do a great deal of the talking.
16. Let the other person feel that the idea is his or hers.
17. Try honestly to see things from the other personís point of view.
18. Be sympathetic with the other personís ideas and desires.
19. Appeal to the nobler motives.
20. Dramatize your ideas.
21. Throw down a challenge.
Dale Carnegie

+ 274 The Lord will curse the evil personís house, but he will bless the home of those who do right. Mishlei 3:33

+ 248 The words of a good person are like pure silver, but an evil personís thoughts are worth very little. Mishlei 10:20

+ 330 Wicked people die and they are no more, but a good personís family continues. Mishlei 12:7

+ 257 No harm comes to a good person, but an evil personís life is full of trouble. Mishlei 12:21

+ 247 A poor personís field might produce plenty of food, but others often steal it away. Mishlei 13:23

+ 276 The wicked personís house will be destroyed, but a good personís tent will still be standing. Mishlei 14:11

+ 249 A gentle answer will calm a personís anger, but an unkind answer will cause more anger. Mishlei 15:1

+ 263 Happiness makes a person smile, but sadness can break a personís spirit. Mishlei 15:13

+ 279 A lazy personís life is like a patch of thorns, but an honest personís life is like a smooth highway. Mishlei 15:19

+ 278 The Lord will tear down the proud personís house, but he will protect the widowís property. Mishlei 15:25

+ 265 I passed by a lazy personís field and by the vineyard of someone with no sense. Mishlei 24:30

+ 274 Who has gone up to heaven and come back down?
Who can hold the wind in his hand?
Who can gather up the waters in his coat?
Who has set in place the ends of the earth?
What is his name or his sonís name?
Tell me, if you know!
Mishlei 30:4

+ 133 The ego might resist change until a personís level of discomfort becomes unbearable. A person can employ logic to overcome the egoís defense mechanism and intentionally integrate needed revisions in a personís obsolete or ineffective beliefs and behavior patterns. The subtle sense that something is amiss in a personís life can lead to a gradual or quick alteration in a personís conscious thoughts and outlook on life. Resisting change can prolong unhappiness whereas implementing change can establish internal harmony and instate joy in a personís life. Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

+ 130 People undergo several sequential steps in maturing from infancy including childhood, adolescences, young adulthood, middle age, and old age. Each stage presents distinct challenges that require a person to amend how they think and act. The motive for seeking significant change in a personís manner of perceiving the world and behaving vary. Alteration of personís mindset can commence with a growing sense of awareness that a person is dissatisfied with an aspect of his or her life, which cause a person consciously to consider amending their lifestyle. Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

+ 122 A personís outlook on life colors their interpretation of specific events. Human beingsí behavioral and thinking patterns enable people to thrive or cause them to live in despondency and despair. Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

+ 124 Make the Torah Greater

ďLearn Torah for its own sake.Ē Learn for the sake of the Torah.

God desires that wisdom be made actual. This wisdom is more desirable and uplifted than we can ever understand. Any lack comes from us. Because we are immersed in a physical body, we cannot recognize [wisdomís] greatness, its strength and uplifted nature.

The wisdom of the Torah is the divine revelation that, in accordance with Godís will, results from our worship and learning. When we learn Torah, we bring its wisdom from potential to actualóas it relates to our spirit. There can be no comparison between the light that is renewed when the Torah is connected to one personís spirit and when the Torah is connected to another personís spirit.

So when we learn Torah, we literally make it greater. Since the Holy One, blessed be He, wishes to make the Torah greater, we should learn out of love for the great light that God wishes to be revealed, [in our own desire that it] grow greater and greater.

Even more, we should create Torah thoughts, for this certainly makes the Torah greateróliterally, with a double measure of light.

Orot Hatorah 2:1

+ 106 A religion that absolves a person from responsibility in front of a higher JUDGE after that personís demise is a last straw that everybody is willing to grasp. But such a religion is only a piece of straw and not a life belt. What we offer mankind is a life belt it can depend upon. We know that our friends on this Earth work their fingers to the bone to disseminate the TRUTH. We cannot offer you any financial support. We can only offer you the TRUTH. Everything else is left up to progress. We presently still trust this progress. Communistic atheism will also have to abdicate, because the TRUTH will not allow itself to be held up. We are only surprised that the churches are so narrow minded that they do not recognise the TRUTH. It is their duty to primarily work on behalf of the TRUTH. This is their assignment, their sacred MISSION, the way it is also our MISSION. If the people on Earth would really believe in GOD, things on this Terra would be completely different. This planet is however enveloped by the darkness of ignorance. This is why there is murder and mayhem. Our problem consists in trying to demonstrate to you that this faithlessness is a mistake. This is not an easy assignment, because the most august TRUTH can be twisted and devitalised through malevolence. Religious communities are not exempt from this. The fanatic and dogmatic doggedly sticks to his points of view and woe to him that dares to question this. A lot will have been achieved once the LEGISLATION received on Mount Sinai has been verified; a lot of things will inevitably have to change. The people on Earth only obey orders when they fear something and this is why the divine LAW must be feared. The LAW of the LORD however doesnít just apply during oneís terrestrial existence Ė on the contrary, is also has an effect after oneís life on Earth. The MESSENGER CHRIST solemnly indicated that this was so. GODíS LAW does not only concern manís behaviourism according to GODíS wishes, HIS LAWS are more than terrestrial laws; they are a part of the laws of nature. He who acts against the laws of nature will face the potency of the consequences. As I am already talking about atheism, I might as well emphasise that theistic religion also contains a fair portion of atheism, because all the pious fuss within it is part of it. The leading stratums of society are of the opinion that death extinguishes manís consciousness forever. These people hold onto this thesis with an iron grip. They indignantly, well actually arrogantly, reject any other explanation. It therefore comes as no surprise that this terrible aberration impacts on all their decisions. One leading politician made a name for himself by admitting openly that he regards GOD to be a superstitious fantasy. We place the greatest importance in the conclusion that a GOD exists. We also place importance in the fact that every human being throughout the universe possesses an imperishable existence, one that runs through many different phases. Amongst them is a conscious phases of a spiritual existence wherein one has to give account for all oneís thoughts and actions. The churches established a series of dogmas that do not help mankind; they rather lead towards an abyss. One of these dogmas refers to a ďDay of JudgementĒ and ďResurrectionĒ. One does not have to spend a lot of time discussing the ďResurrectionĒ of the human soul with its consciousness at all; it is as certain as physical death. The ďDay of JudgementĒ however plays an important part, because: The so-called Day of Judgement is the last day of oneís terrestrial, physical existence. Ashtar