I just watched the video on your blog, Galileo, thank you for pointing me there. I've always believed this philosophy and use it in my own life, with the people in my life, but now realize I need to broaden it out a bit.
I don't think I have, Galileo and will have to check it out (being in Canada, the one you pointed me to may not work for me but I'll look). I love documentaries and have read a lot of accounts from various holocaust survivors, as well as appreciate philosophical discussions. Thanks for the recommendation; I will remember.
It's a quote I really believe in, along with many other Goethe quotes. View Thread
Treat people as if they were what they ought to be, and you'll help them to become what they are capable of becoming. ~Goethe
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