See faults as problems to be overcome rather than as something to be fixed. As a problem fixing the fault may or may not be the best solution.
Avoid simply sticking to what you are familiar with.
Ensure you match theories to facts rather than match facts to theories.
Recognise that other people do not think the same way you do.
Any time and any place is where you are now. Experience it and make the best of it, because it can’t be any other way.
Being rich or poor is not dependent upon how much you have, but on whether or not you are content with what you have.
Things and circumstances are never as they ideally should be. Rather than bemoan this fact we should make the best we can of things as they are whilst also looking to influence things as best we can.
No matter how well we prepare things may not go as well as would like. Such is the way of the world. The better we prepare the better the chance, so prepare as best you can, but accept the reality of how things turn out.
Where we start out in life, and our generic physical and mental abilities, are the roll of a dice. Accept it. There are others who have been more fortunate than you, just as there are others who have been less fortunate. Don’t regret what you have had no control over. Just make the most of what you have. In so doing you will take yourself far beyond most of those who may have had a more fortunate roll of the dice.
Enjoy moments of happiness and joy. Having them for a moment is the same as having them forever.
Given the circumstances, you can only: (a) Experience it; (b) Change it; (c) Make the best of it; (d) Learn from it. So why worry about it?
Avoid extremes. That doesn’t mean you have to be in the middle or always compromising. But extreme positions are rarely self-consistent or self-sustaining.
Sometimes you have to choose the lesser of two evils.
It is unfair to judge someone who has done an evil without being sure that they had a realistic alternative which was less evil.
The ends do not always justify the means. Sometimes the means have secondary effects whose consequences are worse than the achievement of the ends.
Friendship is sometimes more important than being seen to be right.