What Is My Estimate of Myself?

"Composure and peace of mind are inherentin spiritual identity"

At every age the individual finds himself classified by others according to certain of his characteristics. In his childhood he may be told he is stubborn and self-willed; consequently he is likely to grow up believing this to be true of himself. During his adolescence and maturing years other traits may be attached to him, which he gradually assumes are an inescapable part of his human nature. When he reaches the period called old age, he is often dubbed inflexible and set in his ways. But even more tenacious, perhaps, are the character labels he may pin on himself.

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