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I like facts—statements consistent with objective Reality. Likewise I value laws —rules created by social / governmental institutions / authorities to promote fairness and efficient functioning of society. My behavior, resting on this foundation, is typically sincere, truthful and straightforward. (This “path of least resistance” avoids added complications brought on by lying, cheating, stealing!) And free from deceit: I strive to not deceive myself with wishful thinking. I want my behavior to show I’m fully in touch with Reality. (Note: I’ve been called rigidly simplistic and naïve!)


I’ve been accused of deceiving myself. I’ve been told that I sometimes interpret events / actions of others—and form beliefs / make decisions—based on what I’d like to be true, rather than what is true. There may be some truth in this charge. Certainly —given the discomfort and pain I’ve suffered—in seeking psychological well-being, I have no desire to relive painful feelings or negative thoughts. So I tend to engage in positive thinking—seeing the glass as “half full, not half empty.” Could be that hopeful optimism now pervades my worldview! 

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"As you shop in "The Reality Marketplace" avoid spending your "reality cash" too early,  before you have seen everything. " 
from Coming of Age in the Global Village,  by Stephen P. Cook,  with Donella H. Meadows