You Are A Person Of Infinite Worth…

… and so is everyone around you.

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A success coach whose work I’ve been following had a disturbing experience just recently. A lapse of judgment. He reported it himself, part of forgiving himself and clearing his mind. I won’t identify him. Some of you reading this would recognize the name.

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I am the author of What Should Philosophy Do? A Theory. I write about philosophy, life, the future, a few current affairs, and every so often, a little music.

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I am the author of What Should Philosophy Do? A Theory. I write about philosophy, life, the future, a few current affairs, and every so often, a little music.

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