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When the wind is in the East, my self-esteem is at its least,

If the wind is in the South, I’m sure to feel down in the mouth,

When the wind is in the North I get a sense of what I’m worth,

But when the wind is from the West, that’s when my esteem is at its best.

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Listening: Not for the Faint-Hearted

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How good is your listening?

Listening (as opposed to just hearing), is a dynamic activity, not a passive way to pass the time. It takes effort, focus and skill. It also means putting ourselves aside and fully paying attention to those we would listen to.

Listening is not for the faint-heated, but the benefits are worth the effort.

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I’m Wrong About Most Things, At Some Point

We shroud ourselves in beliefs that help us feel secure. One of these is that things tomorrow will be the same as they were yesterday. But the idea that things don’t change is a delusion, that is all.

Nothing wrong with that, but it is best to recognise it, and to keep an open mind about what will happen next. The greater our need to keep things the way they are, the greater the risk of disappointment and even neurosis.

Trying to control the uncontrollable is unpleasant for us, and those around us.

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