Friday, September 15, 2006
Tactics: Focus I
The purpose of self-examination is to offer tentative perceptions, not dogmatic explanations.
It is useful to become aware of your personal style.
It is useful to become aware, in a realistic fashion, of your limitations, so long as they do not hereafter become an excuse.
It is useful to look for blocks and weaknesses in order to try to put them right.
If you take your personality apart, there is no guarantee that what comes together again will be an improvement.
Always leave enough of you unanalyzed so that this can carry out the analysis on the remainder.
Remember that analysis into component parts may destroy values that arise only from the whole.