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“Today” being a Sunday in ‘Anglicanland’ –
The Eight Deadlier Sins
by Hubrt Libbey

is a good

“aside-read & spirit-stirrer” …
but one still needs to
‘living-life-itself’-wise
find illustrative instances
of the respective human-behaviours
resulting from each of these
evilly-sinful individual-human-dispositions.
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We shall begin together
now at
0003 Sunday 24 October 2021.
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The ‘Curricular-Syllabus’ Non-Fiction Books
List A :-

Beautiful Practice
by Frank Forencich.

Effort
by Laban & Lawrence.

Relaxercise
by Bersin, Bersin & Reese

How to ‘Win’ Every ‘Argument’
by Madsen Pirie

People Skills
by Robert Bolton.

and also ‘co-firstly’

Logic for ‘Dummies’
by Mark Zegarelli.

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One ‘key’ at a time,
progressively.


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Beautiful Practice

by Frank Forencich.
We advance through a series
of Whole Life-Enabling lessons.
“We start with physicality.
We begin by moving our bodies deeply and often.”
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Effort
by Laban & Lawrence.
There are 8 basic human-movements,
visible as ‘opposite pairs’ :

Pressing ‘versus’ Gliding;
Wringing ‘vs’ Floating;
Thrusting ‘vs’ Dabbing;
Slashing ‘vs’ Flicking.  


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Relaxercise
by Bersin, Bersin & Reese  
“Go slowly;
Make each movement small and easy;
Relax as much as you can;
Rest briefly after each movement.”

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How to ‘Win’ Every ‘Argument’
by Madsen Pirie  
How to ‘spot’
errors, flaws and deliberate-deceptions,
in both Others’ and your-own Reasoning.
e.g
an ‘enthymeme’
is a totally missing
essential part to the ‘Argument’

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People Skills
by Robert Bolton.
 Part One:
13 ‘Roadblocks’
to
Clear Communication
and
Honest Argumentation;
in 3 groups:
Judging;
Sending ‘Solutions’;
Avoiding Needs & Concerns.

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Part Two:
Assertion (Win-Win) Skilling

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Part Three:
“Method III ’No-Lose’ Needs-&-Hows Recognition
and ‘Win-Win-Win’ Cooperative Problem Solving  
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Logic for ‘Dummies’  
by Mark Zegarelli.
The ‘Dummies-Way’:
Explanations in plain English;
“Get in – Get out” information;
Icons and other navigational ais;
Online ‘cheat-sheet’;
Top Ten Lists;
A ‘dash’ of humour and fun.

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