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Animal Cruelty

Question:  I’m wondering if Higgins could comment on animal cruelty. I read stories about atrocities that people inflict on animals whether on an individual level or a mass level. The cruelty and pain some people inflict on animals is almost … Continue reading

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My Prayer of Choices, Children’s Version

Jan Stone adapted My Prayer of Choices to make it accessible to children. I think you will agree her adaptation is lovely. I have chosen to shorten the title to ‘Choices’ for the children’s version. Choices By Cheryl Jensen and … Continue reading

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How to Determine Opposites

Question:     Regarding your post of January 21, 2015, Mothers for Safe Driving, I assume the reason people work against drunk drivers is that drunk drivers often are to blame for vehicular deaths. I assume that these people think they ARE … Continue reading

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Mothers for Safe Driving and Safe Passengers

Question:     You have said many times that we should pay attention to those things we don’t like. Within that thing that we don’t like lies something important for us, specifically our happiness. At the same time you also say never … Continue reading

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The Kindness Paradigm (48)

Question:     What would we expect to find in a Kindness Paradigm and why would we want to achieve such a thing? Higgins:     Humans are hard wired in their DNA to seek happy, contented, feel good emotions. En masse humans will … Continue reading

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The Kindness Paradigm (35)

One of the most important goals of the Kindness Paradigm is to achieve, for every person, a sense of safety and security. The reason for this is that when a person feels safe and secure physically, mentally, financially etc…they feel … Continue reading

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