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Journaling conceptual design trends, mostly as "stream of consciousness" as encouragement. Environmental resolve will teach us peace. Paradox mediation provides the next healthy attitude.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

critical approval

Motivation can reach beyond critical limits.
Comfort zone is a relative term of normal participation.
By the rule defines equal freedom as repetitive acceptance.
Behavior is being motivated by reflexive consumer consensus.

Supportive posturing unifies perspective creation of educational styles into a cultural rhythm.
The critics have always created questionable values.
The choice to complain will double the cost by increasing the wrong attitude.
Avoid distraction by reflexively defining the territory of agreement.
Approval is the value of attention to character representation revealed.
The trustworthy factor is a teaching of integrity that individuals share in recognition. Religions are proof of shared ideals and principle similarities.
Being well and fair are the best occupation of time investment.

Job creation is the consideration of healthy occupation.
Partners share behavior of care into opportunities to participate.
The value of personal style extends appreciation of adapting persevering properties of an educational trust. The teaching collects contributions of teachers.
The value of the stories increases the cultural energy generated by the library.

Personal property is representative response capacity to focus maintenance.
Conditional priority evaluates service development.
Production from environmental harvesting could evolve the demonstration of ergonomics and earth science management.
Could human indulgence use up humanity's life span before natural odds disturb balance of energies in stasis?

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2 Comments:

Blogger Bill Robertson said...

“Behavior is being motivated by reflexive consumer consensus.”

Interesting ..this is consistent with something I read in scientific american. I apologize again for adding more than a comment ..but I think it might interest you ~~> [ fear rules teen choice ]

3/17/10, 7:06 PM  
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