Quotation Explorer - 'C. Terry Warner'

Our humanity consists in our ability to sense and respect and respond to the humanity of others. - C. Terry Warner
The self-help movement that began in the latter half of the twentieth century suffers particularly from this flaw, for the personal and interpersonal skills it seeks to cultivate are almost always designed to get us more of what we think we want, rather than to bring about a change of heart. - C. Terry Warner
Honest self-understanding liberates us from our stuck emotions. - C. Terry Warner
Self-betrayal occurs when we do to another what we sense we should not do or don't do what we sense we should. Thus self-betrayal is a sort of moral self-compromise, a violation of our own personal sense of how we ought to be and what we ought to do. - C. Terry Warner
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