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are themselves enlightenment (here enlightenment stands for a life condition which is unswayed by negative and positive tendencies; the happiest self) but in fact, they lead to enlightenment ( Marques 2019). I think it is practically impossible to have no desires at all. So when we strive to achieve our mostly materialistic goals, sometimes we end up finding the true meaning of our life. Hence, I think we should take our desires as a way to achieve inner happiness/ peace because we all know that we are never content after achieving something, we want more and then more. But let me tell you, self-realization is also a journey, a process, it isn’t a destination. It is like living each moment of our life to the fullest, creating more value each day, trying to become better the
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ASSIGNMENT QUESTIONS 5 next day, trying to make people smile every day. In other words, making the most out of each day is the primary educational concept conveyed by the message.
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ASSIGNMENT QUESTIONS 6 References Monette, S. (2018). Descartes Versus Locke on Innatism. Van Gordon, W., Shonin, E., & Griffiths, M. D. (2017). Buddhist emptiness theory: Implications for psychology. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality , 9 (4), 309. Smith, C. R. (2017). Rhetoric and human consciousness: A history . Waveland Press. Mower, G. B. (2019). Transmitting rather than innovating: Confucius as skeptical conservative. International Communication of Chinese Culture , 6 (3), 279-294. Kurer, O. (2016). John Stuart Mill (Routledge Revivals): The Politics of Progress . Routledge. Marques, J. (2019). How Buddhist Thinking Fits in Leadership. In Lead with Heart in Mind (pp. 17-33). Copernicus, Cham.
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