A Practical Persons Guide to Feeling Good and Doing Good through A Newer Way of Thinking: ANWOT
TABLE OF CONTENTS*
*Practical strens focus on what to do to get quickest results. Theory strens emphasize why and how ANWOT works. Practical strens are shorter and easiest to digest; theory strens require more study and will stimulate more creative thinking. Theory strens are identified in italics. However, practical strens may include theory and theory strens are meant to be practical.
The stren numbers are only suggestive of the order strens are to be studied. Good Aggression can be the first and/or the last stren. It could be first because, being the most comprehensive essay, it conveys the breadth of what is basic to understanding the desired outcome of the Guide. For others, it is better last because it is most challenging and may require familiarity with the simpler practical strens before it can be digested. Your level of interest and sophistication may best guide the order you choose to study the curriculum.
The curriculum of strens is meant to be expanded, and therefore the numbering will be changed over time. You may personalize the Guide to Feeling Good and Doing Good by adding your own strens and/or modifying those provided to suite your perspective. Consider making a disk copy containing your own collection of life’s wisdom, and/or the strens you add and/or adopt from this collection. Make it your personalized gift to those closest to you. Wouldn’t you have liked such a gift from your parents or someone you value, perhaps more so than material goods?