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DeMars, N. (1998).  You want me to do WHAT?: when, where, and how to draw the line at work.
"Forgiving ourselves allows us to let go of the feeling that we must punish ourselves, or be punished by someone else. lt allows us to give up our feelings of self-hatred and self-loathing. Unless and until we forgive ourselves, we will be unable to ask for or accept the forgiveness of others in our community; and, without forgiveness, there will be no reconciliation." (p. 265)
Dyer, W. W. (2001).  You'll See It When You Believe It: The Way to Your Personal Transformation.
"Eliminating the titles and labels reduces our inclination to compartmentalize and restrict our lives. Soren Kierkegaard said, 'Once you label me, you negate me.'" (p. 32)
Coyne, T. (1998).  Your Life's Work.
"Most of the problems in the workplace today could be resolved by the unanimous application of the positive feelings of love, compassion, and respect." (p. 137)
Aesop (1871).  Æsop's fables.
"A wolf, meeting with a lamb astray from the fold, resolved not to lay violent hands on him, but to find some plea, which should justify to the lamb himself, his right to eat him. He then addressed him: 'Sirrah, last year you grossly insulted me.' 'Indeed,' bleated the lamb in a mournful tone of voice: 'I was not then born.' Then said the wolf: 'You feed in my pasture.' 'No, good sir,' replied the lamb: 'I have not yet tasted grass.' Again said the wolf: 'You drink of my well.' 'No, exclaimed the lamb: I never yet drank water, for as yet my mother's milk is both food and drink to me.' Upon which the wolf seized him and ate him up, saying: 'Well! I won't remain supperless, even though you refute every one of my imputations.'
The tyrant will always find a pretext for his tyranny." (p. 2)

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