Rules 2 – 10

So now that you have read rules 2 through to 9, ask yourself the following questions as if it is you are asking them. Answer the questions and find how well do you play according to the rules.

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1

Does wisdom always comes as a result of getting older and having more life experience? Yes or No.

2

When we start out in life, we tend to make less mistakes then when we are older.

3

Should we be more flexible in the judging process when it comes to the mistakes being made.

4

What should you do, with what you have done wrong, and in return what was done wrongfully to you.

5

Accept Yourself. Is the author, by implication stating that who we are, is a definite and cannot be changed. Yes or No.

6

The decision to change, is the sole responsibility of the person who needs that change. True or false.

7

Which two things mentioned, would you regard as most important, and should be part of one’s life?

8

Dedicate your life to something. Tick next to the statements that best reflect the sentiments of what the author wish to state as being of importance.

9

Be flexible in your thinking. The author makes the following statement. If you stand your ground you are likely to be knocked about a bit. Which of the following best describe what you should do if you are a rules player.

10

Being knowledgeable about stuff other that what you need for work, will help you… /h4>

11

What does it mean to be on the side of the Angels and not the Beasts.

12

Would you say that life can be described as follows: