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How Self-Pity Can Be Beneficial Towards Attaining Higher Consciousness

The School of Life addresses through animation, the the painful subject of self-pity, noting that one must travel through the process of feeling sorry for oneself in order to learn greater empathy and compassion towards others on the path leading to higher consciousness. The path out of self-pity involves an arc of development. …Far from […]
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