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Old April 20, 2018, 12:51 PM   #26
Bartholomew Roberts
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That’s the thing though. People are pretty good at rationalizing non-action in life or death circumstances. I doubt anyone is thinking “Well, he’s gonna kill us for sure. Better keep complying.” I imagine they are thinking “It is going to be all right.” or “Wait for a better chance to come along.” They’ll think it right up to the point all the chances are gone and it isn’t going to be all right.

So how dk we train ourselves to recognize those threats and overcome that instinctive urge to nit act and hope things get better?
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