I’ve seen all week.
It’s not that this is a list of self-correcting posts, but it is an attempt to make a list that can be used as a tool for self-criticism.
If self-restraint isn’t the norm, then what is?
It seems to me that we’re dealing with a situation where self-critical self-reflection is becoming the norm rather than the exception.
It seems like the self-discipline of self is being replaced with a more general sense of accountability and responsibility, a sense that the world has a responsibility to hold itself accountable.
That’s a very dangerous and potentially damaging trend.
But I’m not here to discuss the self, I’m here to talk about the society.
The more we have to learn to be a little more accountable, the less likely we are to be as self-involved as we’d like to be.
In my experience, we’ve had a great deal of self restraint in the past few decades, and we’ve done it all with an eye toward the welfare of others.
I know that’s a little bit of a shock, but when we do that, we’re all more likely to be happy, and to be more successful in life.
So I think there’s something fundamentally wrong in our society when we can’t control our impulses.
I think that’s one of the biggest reasons why the self is so fragile.
It is in fact quite vulnerable.
The self is a very fragile thing.
It can be very powerful, and it can be really destructive, and you can have a lot of things going on in your life that can cause a lot more harm than good.
So if we’re going to have any chance of living in a more harmonious society, we need to be conscious of the importance of self and responsibility.
It would be nice if we could just learn to let it go, but that’s not what this is about.
This is about making sure we’re not just a bunch of people who are constantly on edge about everything, and if we start getting distracted by other things, we won’t get much done.