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Doology Workshop on Aug 23

Minister Evans summarized the main points of PLATE ANEW, one of the tenets of Doology:

PAY: you must pay for what you need and want--how valuable is what you need and want?
LABOR: you must labor for what you want
ASSOCIATE: you must associate with other people with similar values- you need to deal with people more than on a social level
TIME: our most wasted resource
EFFORT: related to ATTITUDE (See below)

ATTITUDE: what you think about a particular issue
NURTURE: you must nurture the right things, as well as yourself
ENERGY: life is about energy; we must focus on what is important
WIN: we must be successful by winning

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