Basic Fears & How To Correct Them (Pamphlet) 0-89314-304-9
"Lectures on Personal Growth" Series
Guidance on how to deal with life’s conditions that are beyond one’s control.
p. 26 -- "The individual who has nothing to do but think about himself, is a perfect candidate for fear and terror. If he is so busy that he has forgotten, so to speak, whether he is alive or not, he will probably also forget that his life is transient. It is not wise or good for anyone to spend his time morbidly contemplating his own condition. Fear, because it destroys social adjustment, tends to isolation. The fearful person thinks too much about himself, and a person wrapped up in himself is the smallest package in the world."
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ISBN: 0-89314-304-9 | Pamphlet. 29 pages