May 20

Impact on the Ego

Our character makes us get us into trouble, but is our pride that keeps us in them. Aesop Lo only capable of consoling a man by the drivel that makes, is the pride that gives you to make them. Oscar Wilde introduction much careful with pride, as not to know you handle can cause us conflicts individually and with whom we interrelacionamos us. Pride is well identified with the ego and when it is wounded, affected, implies that arises for example pride and can give way to actions that can harm us, in any case is an issue that should be taken into account by all those who are fully identified with their personal growth, seizing the opportunity of life that we bequeathed optimally. Some considerations, annotations, scope. Further details can be found at Slayer, an internet resource.

About the pride it gives us enbuenasmanos.com, that pride, self-esteem of the ego that has come to believe that it is real if we realize that we feel pride for all the worldly successes that we have achieved, we know that these successes are for our ego. The pride is absurd in itself because it is no good when we immerse ourselves in the unit.Pride produces: paralysis. Stiffening of the body. Pride is a lack of recognition that our personality do not form part of something simply wonderful adds us also the indicated source, which our pride prevents us from seeing the smallness of our personality to believe us so important so large it only that we get is cause diseases that manifest themselves with paralysis and stiffening of the body. To rid us of the pride begin to apologize when we stumble with someone unknown Demos thanks loosely both lips ask for help when need it to overcome difficulties to say Buenos days or until then in places such as in a lift tell I love you should tell who accept that by more material success that we have achieved that by more places in the world that we have visited are not here to play to boast when pride us mug (must be on alert to detect that it assaults the pride), try to realize that our personalities are nothing in themselves.