Susan L. Farrell, Author

Be Yourself, But Do No Harm

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We hear a great deal about being ourselves, being authentic, being true to ourselves. I think this is good, up to a point.

Unfortunately, some people interpret this to mean that they can do anything they want, including harming people. No one has the right to harm someone else. (Self-defense is a different issue.) Harm can be physical, mental, or emotional.

A good guideline is to be yourself, but do no harm.


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