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human nature

Uploaded by jer on Sep 21, 2006

A man’s nature and character is influenced by three factors; a natural disposition which is inherited, external circumstances dictated by people having direct and indirect influence on our lives and most importantly individual’s conscious will and decisions.
Shakespeare quotes “and above all know thyself”. This is the greatest and longest quest of a person’s life. To understand one’s own self completely, with all its strengths, weaknesses, fears, preconceptions, principles and ideals is a great task yet an incomplete one. This knowledge becomes complete only when we know what shaped us and if we cultivate the will power to change ourselves for the better. For this we need to understand others
“No man is an island” this is a universal truth. Man was meant to be a social being. Hence he was given a partner and blessed to increase in numbers and fill the earth. Every individual needs a close knit society around him which influences his emotional and moral growth. People around us constantly help to modify our attitudes. I had often been told by my friends that I had a hot temper and that I should get it under control. I disagreed, believing that I never expressed my anger unless it was justified. This belief was shaken after I had several encounters with other people of hot temperament whose behaviour was founded on assumptions similar to mine. It was only then that I heeded the advice of my friends and conscientiously tried to control my temper.
The life histories of certain people can force us into a rigorous introspection that reveals our wrong attitudes and motivates us to change for the better. As...

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Date:   09/21/2006

Category:   Creative Writing

Length:   2 pages (560 words)

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