Hi, Here are the next set of 64-Million-Dollar questions asked within chapter 8. They ask you to take a new perspective on you're being authentic and satisfying your own needs and ambitions rather than what you may now be going - hesitating and hide who you really are.
Chapter 8: The 64-Million-Dollar Questions: Satisfying your own needs and ambitions
Even if you take responsibility for your situation, accept that you make your own advice and take your decision, you may still hesitate preferring to remain and hide who you really are and what your really want rather than be authentic and risk conflict and disapproval:
‘… the choice either to participate in the collective psychosis or take a risk and become healthy and perhaps crucified.’
In order to stimulate the reader to take action, the 64 Million Dollar Questions continue with: ‘If not now, when?’ ‘What’s the worst thing that can happen?’ ‘Will it really happen?’ and ‘How does it feel now, standing still?’
This chapter reminds people that being authentic and leaving for pastures new or staying yet demanding new ground rules can be dangerous. But so, too, can continuing to live an inauthentic, unfulfilled life.
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