The Art of Introspection

October 13, 2017

As Socrates once said, “The unexamined life is not worth living” As each person examines his or her life, life truly become much more meaningful, richer and worth living. Looking inward can help you take positive steps in life, and create better relationships. It is a necessary part of gaining self-awareness. Learn the Art of Introspection on the podcast!

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One response to “The Art of Introspection”

  1. Roy Lindhardt says:

    I agree, “take your power back” is just a buzz phrase and meant to create rifts and imagined slights. Introspection puts things exactly where it belongs. Yes, sometimes other people do things that positively or negatively effect us, but ultimately the majority of how things go is up to us. Either we are handing our lives over to others (as you both indicated) or we do our best to do our part. Introspection gives us the opportunity to see how to better do our part.

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