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Lao-tzu's "The Four Cardinal Virtues" by Wayne Dyer: Virtue 2

According to the teachings of Lao-tzu, the four cardinal virtues represent the surest way to leave habits and excuses behind and reconnect to your original nature. The more your life is harmonized with the four virtues, the less you’re controlled by the uncompromising ego. The Second Cardinal Virtue: Natural Sincerity...

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Lao-tzu's "The Four Cardinal Virtues" by Wayne Dyer: Virtue 1

Some 2,500 years ago, Lao-tzu spoke of ‘the four cardinal virtues’ and noted that when we practice them as a way of life, we come to know and access the truth of the universe. These four virtues don’t represent external dogma, but a part of our original nature—by practicing them,...

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The Four Agreements: By Miguel Ruiz No. 2

2. Don't Take Anything Personally

In the past number 2s had many fears and apprehensions. They also blew things out of proportion, and their feelings were easily hurt; they collected and held on to their hurt and pain.

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