Destruction can be accomplished unilaterally, even by the interference of "3rd" parties, natural disasters or accidents...
Creating or constructing something valuable or useful seems much more difficult.
Not only does it require [arriving at] a workable idea and (usually) much more sophisticated and complex methods and approaches than f.e. smashing something with a sledge hammer.
It also requires a sufficiently peaceful environment.
It virtually requires
Updated 26th May 2015 at 06:53 PM by IVisitor
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Originally Posted by BlackRob
Originally Posted by Veda
Originally Posted by Gib
That's about what I figured. Hubbard also bad mouthed Napoleon Hill.
I found this and the sequence:
Science of Getting Rich by Wallace DeLois Wattles written 1910
The Law of Success Course by Napoleon Hill 1928
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie 1936
Originally Posted by Elcrapaco
Thank you both for replying to my post on Ros Bisbey.Im not sure If this post will reply back or not but Ill give it a shot.So you mentioned I could google the medical problem re Ros and it will be online.The only thing is I never knew her newly married name,after Bisbey. And when I google her nothing comes up.Do you recall her new surname??
Due to my philosophical training I have a different and unique understanding of Scn and Dianetics.
I find its jargon is derived gobbledegook. I also find it fascinating in a dodgy sort of way - the way a psychoanalyst examines a patient I understand CoS in ways I can't even express to that patient. Of course I am a philosopher not a psychoanalyst. And long ago I was a c/s.
Branches of psychoanalysis went into disrepute because in general it was a practice that was used
Updated 10th May 2015 at 05:38 PM by Maria Cuervo