• Profile photo of MikeLittle says


      It’s a funny thing, that! You may initially think that it’s a dry subject and certainly reading text books that impression is consolidated! But then when you start to think about your everyday life activities and apply the messages from P1 to your experiences, it brings the whole subject to life.

      And I don’t refer simply to your life’s experiences only. Open your mind and consider the activities of all the people you hear about on the news: politicians, sports personalities, business leaders, religious leaders – the list is endless.

      The rabbi in France that lied about his qualifications, the directors of Tesco that manipulated and falsified their accounts, the footballer that bit (not for the first time!) the neck of an opponent, the politician that was secretly filmed trying to arrange a situation so that he could later be involved and made to look “good” because he would be seen to have defused the situation that he had secretly arranged.

      Never mind your own life’s experiences! Just watch the news, listen to the radio, read the newspapers! Every day (and I mean EVERY day) there are numerous examples of people in our society that are committing acts that lie beyond the boundaries of acceptability!

      It’s a brilliant subject!

      Dry? Yes, if you want. But not in my opinion!

      Enjoy :-)))

  1. Profile photo of rochyroch says

    @ Mike Little;

    You are truly a blessing! I got instantly excited about P1 when I played the first lecture and heard your voice. You are the reason why I excelled in F4 and F7!

    I am very humble!!

    Great Lecture!!!!

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