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Real capacity doesn't come with arrogance pinkeye

Posted by pinkeye on June 10, 2005, at 15:03:11

In reply to Why don't you teach your husband what you learn? pinkeye, posted by pinkeye on June 10, 2005, at 14:47:59

One more thing you might be aware of is, if you look around, both men and women, people who are really really intelligent and smart and extremely capable and independant - they are not arrogant. They don't think less of anybody - their husbands, coworkers, for that matter, they don't think anybody in the world as beign less than them.

That is what you need to aim for yourself. Try to find people like that and keep them as your role modesl. It is only when we grow halfway, that we think of ourselves as superior, more capable, etc etc. If you really achieve full growth, it would be extremely pleasant for anybody to live with you and for you to live with anyone (doesn't matter how grown they are that much), and you said your husband is basically a good guy - so I am 100 % positie, the right thing to do is to aim for the real growth for yourself and take him with you instead of adopting this half way growth attitude.

Sorry if it ended up being a serious of lecturing.. that was not my intention. I am pressed for time right now and I am just writing whatever comes to my mind without bothering to put it across nicely.




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