by Leslie A. Fischman, BA Sociology w/Honors Cum Laude
What you indicate matters as to what you think. What you think is then associated to what you associate to what you think. When you keep your associations limited you develop valued interactions, those valued interactions are valued back. That’s a proper way to interact not by comparison, or better than.
What you think is a matter of you likings, concerns, and what you find of value. They can be things you collect, purchase, admire, or qualities you seek to incorporate into your own life, and for that matter your minds. What you project onto others, is your image, your image encompasses all those things that you like, which are collection of ideas that you incorporate into your mind, what you learn is what you create.
Based upon what we create, we develop value, value of ourselves, and recognize value within ourselves, such as what we store in our computers, that we find of value, that is one way in which we establish individualism and value of self. Finding yourself is one thing, valuing yourself is another, and how you value your own life, is a reflection of the care and attention you pay to your collections, your work ethic. That is how one establishes value in themselves, by their ethics, not by exposure. –We can collect and manage and be exposed, and meet others, and have experiences, but we are always left with ourselves, and what you value, should always be you. If you do not value yourself, you cannot value things, people, or the collections of others, until you yourself, must become a master of your own and achieve, work.
What is always valued is for certain, are works. That is something that everyone likes. When work is made, and work is done, that is something to be valued. Those are people to be valued looked up to, and that is hoe value systems are based. By the strong, who achieve, so that the rest of us can achieve to, under their leadership. That is how ideas come to fruition, under leadership, who leads who, is not important. In times of crisis, we all listen to one another, it’s a much different game. Life is not to be toyed with but valued. Life is not to be dismembered, but put together. Life is to be lived, not ruined.
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