Sunday, April 6, 2014

Criticism and Self-Criticism (CSC)
Understanding our own strengths and limitations is imperative.
Correcting our own flaws, misconceptions, and listening to others in need.
Be prepared to make a suggestion or recommendations.
Concrete, and sustainable even replicable.
Our problems and challenges are more complex and daunting if not tedious.

Ask for courage to change the things we can change,
the peace or serenity to accept certain realities we cannot change,
and the wisdom to know and understand the difference (Augustine).
Peacefully, remember no violence succeeded.
Applying your education not only for your family and friends, but for others, and your nation.
Non nobis solum nati sumus, ortusque nostri partem, patria vindicat, partem amici (Cicero 3 January 106 BC - 7 December 43 BC)
We are not born, we do not live for ourselves alone; our country, our friends have a share in us.
When our child graduated from college, she asked me for a nice quotation (wrote it in her graduation cap)
"Sic Transit Gloria Mundi", "All Glory are fleeting."

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