Anders Sandberg wrote:
> One important point, probably one of the central in any philosophy or
> psychology of self-enhancement, is that you can be happy with who you
> are without having to give up self-improvement. Many seem to think
> that if you accept who you are, then you will be happy and further
> change is irrelevant: so either you should strive for acceptance
> instead of personal change, or only unhappy people can become
> great. This is of course bunk.
For the logically minded, contemplating the natural numbers led me to
No number is the biggest. Does that mean no number is big? Obviously
not. A billion dollars is a lot of money, even if it's not the most
You're not perfect. Does that mean that you're not good?
-unless you love someone-
-nothing else makes any sense-
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