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Paradigms About Life

Paradigms About Life

You can usually tell what your paradigm is by asking yourself a few questions like :

  • What is the driving force of my life?
  • What do I spend my time thinking about ?
  • Who or what are my obsessions?

Whatever's most important to you will become your paradigm, your glasses, or your lIfe center. 

And Principle-Centered life is The Real Thing. Like, honesty is a principle, hard work is a principle. A principle centered life is the most stable , unshakable foundation you can build upon.


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