PONDER on THIS for Thursday, August 18th, 2011 by Richard A. Singer in YOUR DAILY WALK WITH THE GREAT MINDS

“Narcissism, which is holding oneself so high and superior to others, but truly feeling horrible about oneself, is the great façade of countless human beings. We hide behind masks, hide from ourselves, but refuse to make changes because we are constantly right about everything. This view and description obviously contradicts itself but this is the great veil we hide behind; one part of ourselves so in love with our perception, our intellect and our creations, but the other part truly loathing ourselves. The solution: be your true self, continue to advance and make improvements, and never think you are inferior or superior to anyone else in the human race.”

                  Richard A. Singer, in “Your Daily Walk With the Great Minds”

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