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Doology: How to Read People

Minister Lawrance Lee Evans gave the following pointers on how to read people:
  1. we must do a self-critique of ourselves--in other words, read yourself first (look at yourself) first
 2. listen to people of all ages talk--you can learn from anyone and everyone, from the youth to the elders
 3. never look down on people
 4. know your self-importance
 5. always treat people fairly

We need to learn from sick people-- they often contribute more to society despite tremendous odds because they understand their reality and they have a greater understanding and care deeply about others.

How you spend your time and who you associate with tells a lot about you.

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