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Jordan B. Peterson

12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos

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require rules, standards, values—alone and together. We’re pack animals, beasts of burden. We must bear a load, to justify our miserable existence. We require routine and tradition. That’s order.
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Look for your inspiration to the victorious lobster, with its 350 million years of practical wisdom. Stand up straight, with your shoulders back.
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death and social humiliation constituting the two most basic fears
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but we almost always agreed on the questions.
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One day, however, not so long ago, we woke up. We were already doing, but we started noticing what we were doing.
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A single leaf can be plucked from a branch. It can be perceived, briefly, as a single, self-contained entity—but that perception misleads more than clarifies. In a few weeks, the leaf will crumble and dissolve. It would not have been there at all, without the tree. It cannot continue to exist, in the absence of the tree. This is the position of our laptops in relation to the world.
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There is very little difference between the capacity for mayhem and destruction, integrated, and strength of character.
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Beavers build dams. They do so because they are beavers, and beavers build dams.
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You can only find out what you actually believe (rather than what you think you believe) by watching how you act.
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Our values, our morality—they are indicators of our sophistication.
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“I want my life to be better”—our minds will start presenting us with new information, derived from the previously hidden world, to aid us in that pursuit. Then we can put that information to use and move, and act, and observe, and improve. And, after doing so, after improving, we might pursue something different, or higher—something like, “I want whatever might be better than just my life being better.” And then we enter a more elevated and more complete reality.
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We only see what we aim at.
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You have to clean the damned thing up. And you must be cautious, because making your life better means adopting a lot of responsibility, and that takes more effort and care than living stupidly in pain and remaining arrogant, deceitful and resentful.
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You make the necessary sacrifice, and allow a whole new world of possibility, hidden from you because of your previous ambition, to reveal itself. And there’s a lot there.
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If that turns out to mean something other than chasing my boss’s job, I will accept that and I will move forward.”
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You must change what you are after more profoundly.
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If your life is not going well, perhaps it is your current knowledge that is insufficient, not life itself.
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Perhaps what you really need is right in front of your eyes, but you cannot see it because of what you are currently aiming for.
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Since you’ve ignored so much, there is plenty of possibility left where you have not yet looked.
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The price you pay for that utility, that specific, focused direction, is blindness to everything else.
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