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Nurture Relationships with Varied Personalities

Nurture Relationships with Varied Personalities

Cultivate friendships with people who exhibit a range of traits. This can help you appreciate different perspectives and enhance your own balance.

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Alan Watts advocated balancing beneficence and rascality for a healthy life. Excessive virtue can lead to rigidity, while playful rascality promotes flexibility, creativity, and authenticity. Embracing the full spectrum of human nature helps achieve harmony between order and mischief.

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