Tuesday, September 8, 2009

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Thursday’s essay is called, “Self-examination and then some.” Originally I called the essay, “‘I’m a profundity wrapped in a conundrum’ — Self-examination and then some,” but it was too long, so I placed the quotation, “I’m a profundity wrapped in a conundrum,” as the first line of the essay. Don’t worry, if you don’t know what it means, I explain it right up front in the essay as well.

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Thursday's And Then Some Essay preview:
Self-examination and then some
by Richard L. Weaver II


Earlier in this essay I made the comment, “Because we discover who we are through the eyes of others....” This comment holds even greater relevance now that change has begun. Growth of this nature requires interaction with others. Friends and family members are likely to be impediments to our growth, development, and change because they expect the “old us,” they want the “old us,” they understand the “old us,” and they know how to react to the “old us.” We need interaction, but our best interaction will be with those unfamiliar with the “old us” and those willing to accept, support, and love the “new us.” Dealings with others contributes to change.

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