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Clark Moustakas Quotes

Quotes by Clark Moustakas - (8 quotes)

Clark Moustakas - From the Acceptance category:

Accept everything about yourself - I mean everything; you are you and that is the beginning and the end - no apologies, no regrets. (Clark Moustakas)

Clark Moustakas - From the Choices category:

When a person acts without knowledge of what he thinks, feels, needs or wants, he does not yet have the option of choosing to act differently. (Clark Moustakas)

Clark Moustakas - From the Expression category:

Such expression, such passion for life may emerge in written, spoken, graphic or asethetic forms in relation or in isolation; in I-Thou enounters; and in silent, inner experience. (Clark Moustakas)

Clark Moustakas - From the Individuality category:

The individual increasingly comes to know who he is through the stand he takes when he expresses his ideas, values, beliefs, and convictions, and through the declaration and ownership of his feelings. (Clark Moustakas)

Clark Moustakas - From the Solitude category:

The most dramatic conflicts are, perhaps, those that take place not between men but between a man and himself - where the arena of conflict is a solitary mind. (Clark Moustakas)

Clark Moustakas - From the Truth category:

When we are not honest, we are cut off from a significant resource of ourselves, a vital dimension that is necessary for unity and wholeness. (Clark Moustakas)

Clark Moustakas - From the Unknowns category:

This fundamental truth of the self can be realised only if the individual is willing and courageous enough to follow to some natural conclusion this moment of experience, this facing the unknown and participating with the total commitment of the self. (Clark Moustakas)

Clark Moustakas - From the Vulnerability category:

A compassionate willingess is required - as is the courage to live before the fact, before the understanding, before any rational support or certainty, to live the moment to its natural peak and conclusion, and to accept with dignity whatever joy, grief, misfortune, or unexpectedness occurs. (Clark Moustakas)