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I recently received the following book from a reader on Kindle titled “He who hesitates is lost”. I’m not going to rehash all the things in it (I’m not sure how many pages I can fit into the comment box) but I’ll point out that it is one of those rare books that truly talks about the topic at hand, not just regurgitate the old ideas.
It’s well worth reading for several reasons: it tells the story of a guy named Bill who was in the Vietnam War and was sent to this island by the government to be executed. His whole life changed when he realized that he needed to do something to get away from the war he was fighting. It’s well worth reading for several reasons: it tells the story of a guy named Bill who was in the Vietnam War and was sent to this island by the government to be executed.
I am pretty sure that if you haven’t read it yet, then you will soon. It is an incredible story, and it is a story that should be told and read by anyone who has any interest in history.
It is a story that should be read and understood by anyone who has any interest in history. That includes myself. I do read a lot of history, at least the history that includes the US (I don’t know about the rest of the world). The reason I read so much about US history is because I am a US history fanatic myself.
You know what? It is really kind of sad that so much of the US history that is available to us in the US is just too depressing. I think it is because it is so often told in such a way that makes it seem like the US, as a whole, has this thing against itself, as if the US is somehow a bunch of spoiled kids who can’t deal with reality.
It is true that the US is a very different place from Europe. But I think we do tend to think that way because we are more used to the US being such a happy and prosperous place. But the truth of the matter is that the US has been hit by so many issues that we have all been very shocked by the extent to which it has fallen apart.
Humility is one of those things that is all too easy to forget about because it doesn’t seem to be part of our culture. People have so many things to deal with – debt, divorce, poverty, etc. – that we often forget that the most important thing is to be humble. Being humble means looking at your own faults, your own issues, and your own weaknesses. It means being kind to yourself and others.
One of the biggest problems with humility is that it is often misunderstood, and people use it as an excuse to hide behind. It is often used to justify ignoring or even ignoring the needs of others. It is used to justify selfishness. It is used to justify a lack of compassion and a callousness towards others. It is used to justify a lack of empathy. The problem is that humility is a very self-centered thing and cannot be taken too seriously.
Humility does not mean being a coward. It means that we are willing to give ourselves over to the needs of others. It does not mean having nothing to say or doing anything. It does mean being very willing to learn from ourselves and others.
Humility does not always mean being a good person. We are all people with different morals, values, and personalities. We all need to learn from our mistakes and grow from them. Humility is not about being self-important and being arrogant. It is about humility that comes from a true sense of self-awareness.