"Know Thyself" is sometimes quoted in Latin as "Nosce te ipsum"
said to come from the earlier Greek version, attributed to The Oracle in Delphi, of "Gnoti Seavton"

The Quality Of



  • How can we optimize the decision-making and relationship-building processes?
  • When final outcomes are judged, how closely does the distribution of decision-making responsibility reflect the distribution of decision-making authority?


  • http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0971030901/qid=1032516140/sr=1-5/ref=sr_1_3_5/026-4580943-2019622 There is Nothing Wrong with You: Going beyond Self hate Cheri Huber NothingWrong.jpg - large image in files folder of BL site If I could keep only one book, this would be it., 8 January, 1999 Reviewer: Jessica (leaf@gweep.net) from new england, usa Forget the corny self-help-sounding title. If you're not satisfied with yourself or your life, then get this book, and read it with an open mind. If you are seeking more compassion, love, or peace in your life, this may be helpful also. It is an excellent, incredible book. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful: I have a new relationship with myself, 3 August, 1998 Reviewer: htaylor@bw.edu from Cleveland, Ohio This book was one of the greatest gifts I have ever received! I am learning to ignore those hateful voices that tell me I'm not good enough or that I'm not lovable. Cheri Huber shows how we are indeed our own worst critic but we can also be our own best friend. When we stop trying to change what we think is wrong with us, we learn who we really are and that person is good! --This text refers to the Paperback edition. simplest key to ending self-hate, 7 January, 1998 Reviewer: byrnwils@sanasys.com from Northern Illinois, U.S. The book has "large friendly letters" so that it is inviting to pick up and read all the way through in 2 or 3 hours. It returns me to what I know in my deepest self, what I know through the spiritual disciplines (Christian), and through my feminist spirituality. I have begun the journey of not being sucked in to the ego-centricity/self-hate, and living in the present moment, with acceptance and compassion for myself. I used to be very anxious about receiving the parenting and love I need from others (my mom died when I was young, and my dad is lost in alcoholism). Now I see that I can give the love and blessing and healing to myself. Brenda

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