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How do you relate to other people?
Date: 30.12.18
We're going to get started talking about one of my favorite favorite subject which is relationships. The reason why I like relationships is because everybody when they're by themselves can be super dope, until you come in contact with another human that pisses you off. Then there goes out the window all that shit.

The moment we begin to relate to another human being, we get to see an aspect of ourselves that's invisible. I am so into this shit because even as a child, I always tried to improve myself. I went to a special class it's called stick movement. It's brand-new and I signed up for a class to see what it's like. So the guy says to me: “What's your goal? Because we work with people from 40 to 50 years old to make sure they can move better.” I said: “I'm a superhero in my mind.

I'm 41 years old and I want to take my powers to the next level.” He was like: “Oh, okay.” But the point that I'm making is I want to improve all the time just like you do and as a man, I always wanted to be very tough. What does that mean? Well, think about the superheroes we watch grown up. The hero we watched was probably a strong human being. So I wanted to be this. Now when you're by yourself, you can do all of this and get away with it because no one is going to challenge you for example, you could be super tough by yourself. It makes no difference. No one is challenging you, but the moment someone steps up and you have to confront another human being, who has any kind of issue with you, we're going to see how you really respond to shit like this. So we see a different side when another human being shows up. We get in touch with an aspect of ourselves that is actually not available, unless another human being shows up.

So let's just say we're going to go back to the guy who wants to be tough or he is tough by himself. He faces another human being and something changes in him. We will see how he is. Maybe he remains the same, but there is an aspect of him, that’s not available until now. Now we're going to add one more person to the mix.

Now if this person is an ally of the enemy, we're going to see a different aspect of him. If this person is an ally of him, we are also going to see a different aspect him. So how much do we really know our about ourselves if we don't relate to other people? See some aspects of us are hidden unless another person shows up. Here's what's really interesting. Let's say you have a child in your family and let's make this child a four year old boy. Every time you relate to this four year old boy, the fact that he's child will bring out an aspect of you, that's actually not available unless you deal with him specifically. My niece is 4 years old, so unless there is a four year young girl in the house, there is an aspect of my personality, that is not even visible. There was nobody in my family at that age while I was 40. How does a 41 year old man engage in dialogue with a four-year-old niece?
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How do you relate to other people?
Date: 30.12.18
We're going to get started talking about one of my favorite favorite subject which is relationships. The reason why I like relationships is because everybody when they're by themselves can be super dope, until you come in contact with another human that pisses you off. Then there goes out the window all that shit.

The moment we begin to relate to another human being, we get to see an aspect of ourselves that's invisible. I am so into this shit because even as a child, I always tried to improve myself. I went to a special class it's called stick movement. It's brand-new and I signed up for a class to see what it's like. So the guy says to me: “What's your goal? Because we work with people from 40 to 50 years old to make sure they can move better.” I said: “I'm a superhero in my mind.

I'm 41 years old and I want to take my powers to the next level.” He was like: “Oh, okay.” But the point that I'm making is I want to improve all the time just like you do and as a man, I always wanted to be very tough. What does that mean? Well, think about the superheroes we watch grown up. The hero we watched was probably a strong human being. So I wanted to be this. Now when you're by yourself, you can do all of this and get away with it because no one is going to challenge you for example, you could be super tough by yourself. It makes no difference. No one is challenging you, but the moment someone steps up and you have to confront another human being, who has any kind of issue with you, we're going to see how you really respond to shit like this. So we see a different side when another human being shows up. We get in touch with an aspect of ourselves that is actually not available, unless another human being shows up.

So let's just say we're going to go back to the guy who wants to be tough or he is tough by himself. He faces another human being and something changes in him. We will see how he is. Maybe he remains the same, but there is an aspect of him, that’s not available until now. Now we're going to add one more person to the mix.

Now if this person is an ally of the enemy, we're going to see a different aspect of him. If this person is an ally of him, we are also going to see a different aspect him. So how much do we really know our about ourselves if we don't relate to other people? See some aspects of us are hidden unless another person shows up. Here's what's really interesting. Let's say you have a child in your family and let's make this child a four year old boy. Every time you relate to this four year old boy, the fact that he's child will bring out an aspect of you, that's actually not available unless you deal with him specifically. My niece is 4 years old, so unless there is a four year young girl in the house, there is an aspect of my personality, that is not even visible. There was nobody in my family at that age while I was 40. How does a 41 year old man engage in dialogue with a four-year-old niece?
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