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On Becoming a Person by Carl R. Rogers
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May 25, 12

Read in April, 2012

I found this book in the cruise ship library. It is an analysis of Jane Austin's characters. He personalizes his views. I especially liked his explanation of humility. He says that we are humbled when we are humiliated in front of people we want to impress. We then become teachable and pliable and able to learn lessons of life. He explains his ideas well.

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