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Asking for Help

If you ask for help without rehearsing your distress at the person you are asking, almost anyone in the world will be willing to help and interested in helping you. There is a built-in desire to be helpful to others in every person, and people will generally be able to help you if you are clear, open, and genuine about needing help with something. They will assist you to the extent that they can do so at that moment. (Often complete strangers will give you at least new information or a new point of view and will be happy to have been of use to you, especially if you genuinely thank them.) This is true for both minor and major problems, if you can present each such problem as something you personally need assistance with.

Harvey Jackins

From The List, page 83

(Present Time 183, April 2016)

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