A Trinity for Living: An Essay On Self and Social Interaction

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A witty but serious essay on existential observations that led to the formulation of three guiding principles for interaction with other individuals and the society in which we all live. Avoiding the usual formalities of philosophy, the essay provides a practical approach to setting the ethical framework within which we live both as social animals and alone, and for providing the direction that keeps us focused on the ultimate goal in life—fulfillment of potential. The three guiding principles are captured in punchy catchphrases and each is accompanied by a principal corollary. They are: People Are No Damn Good - Treasure the Exceptions; Moderation Sucks - Find Experience Through Commitment; and Complexity Is Its Own Reward - Achieve Fulfillment Through Knowledge. An easy read on serious subjects for those with open minds.
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January 20, 2012
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