14.1) RESTORATION: Purposeful Learning: The world around us influences all of our lives anonymously (both passive and active), essentially happening more to us than by us, forever cumulating as our distinct sense of perception. Over time, the culture that surrounds us increasingly becomes our psychological operating system, automatically contributing expectations that permeate from the groupthink that forever inundates our lives. The people that we associate with, the books we read, and the entertainment that we enjoy, wholly contribute to the uploading of a multitude of nuanced interactions, all of which are tempered by the environmental effects of the natural world that we live in. Herein, all humans have an inherent need to live their lives with virtuous distinction (meaningfulness), wholly committed to doing what it takes to succeed.
14.2) RESTORATION: Observational Focused: When we focus on developing Proven-Principles our lives become more edifying; the only requirement is that you are willingly prepared and committed to accept the follow-through work involved in exercising good stewardship care of what you own. Nothing here is intended to be complicated; this is not a trickery ploy in any way, shape, or form. This is, however, where all of our training goes to work, utilizing our subconscious mind filter through this offer using engrained rules of honor and a common sense of fair play, all with the intent of looking for the hole or anomaly that indicates our need to pass on this offer.
14.3) RESTORATION: Mature Self-Narrative (Control): Serving as the foundation of our sanity, we all have two very distinct personalities that dominate our daily outlook. First is our Private Persona (or regular face) and second is our External Persona (our game face), both of these expressions function by creating interactive, multifaceted respond-or-react narratives that govern and direct our interpersonal communication. As we go about our day, we participate in a private, internal mental monologue, where we literally have an ongoing conversation (or debate) with ourselves, in our own head. Bottom line: This inner dialog method serves to function as our relief valve, creating a place where we can comment, debate, argue, etc., with no reprisals, and thus provides us with a compelling personal sounding board where we rehearse various conversational approaches, and Capitalize on your sense of bold security comes with your willing openness.
14.4) RESTORATION: Relationships, daily energizing yourself with the resulting empowerment of your confidence. working together daily anchoring a diverse-thinking, virtual community that advocates independent freedom through a balanced sovereign life. As we become more focused on the intentionality of our thoughts and the purposeful intent of our discernment, we become increasingly willing to take action steps, all while enjoying a low-stress lifestyle.
14.5) RESTORATION: Assessment: Don't let your past destroy your future, period. You must glean out all of your excuses and refuse to hold on to them even for 'just in case" future situations. Instead, treat every one of your past experiences as just part of the more extensive learning process, and go to work carving out the life wisdom that comes with both success and failure. Then cleanse away your self-limiting expectations (excuses) as you restock your mental library with thoughtful optimism by continually educating yourself and others in putting this knowledge to work helping them learn to do the same. Never forget the value of mentoring each other, nor should we ever short-sell the art of encouragement..
14.6) RESTORATION: Acknowledgement: Our lives contain both active and passive learning experiences. Passive learning anonymously influences all of our lives, essentially happening more to us than by us, cumulating as our distinct cultures. The culture surrounding us increasingly becomes our psychological operating system, automatically contributing expectations that permeate from the groupthink that forever inundates us. The people we associate with, the books we read, the and entertainment that we enjoy, wholly contribute to the uploading of a multitude of nuanced interactions, all of which are tempered by the environmental effects of the natural world that we live in.
14.7) RESTORATION: Learning How to Learn: We absorb into our psyche a worldview that has been amalgamated from the collective experiences of everything that we are exposed to; it quietly enters our mind uninvited as we grow and develop throughout our childhood, into adolescents, and throughout our adulthood. This entire process has been the function of every culture throughout time as they engage in guiding their participants to grow productively within their
understanding of the parameters of productive implementation.