Learning How to Be at Peace with Ourselves Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on November 27, 2013
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. Several days ago I wrote an article, Learning How to Be at Peace with Ourselves. To make the article available to individuals who learn through watching and listening, I create video presentations of my articles. To date I have created 180 video presentation that are located in my Site Map for my Video Presentations. In today’s article, I will introduce the video presentation of this article.
Below is an excerpt from Learning How to Be at Peace with Ourselves:
“I have been thinking about a conversation that I had with a friend the other night. During our conversation he shared with me that there are people with certain traits that really annoy him. He went on to share that he recognizes that he himself once had those similar traits. As we spoke, I shared something with him that I had learned about myself.
I shared with him that unless I make peace with the traits that I see in other people — that I do not like or did not like in myself – I will not be at peace with myself. Consequently, when I recognize traits that I do not like in other people, I need to examine why I do not like those traits. In my experience, I discovered that I needed to be honest with myself to be at peace.”
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