The key to being considerately aware
You are now on page two along the linear link path through Considerate Awareness Magazine.
Please enjoy exploring the pages ahead...
Each page along the magazine's linear link path aims to provide a fresh approach to the topic of considerate awareness, with changes in style to reflect changes in content. This is mainly because consideration always requires recognition of diversity, both in the cultural and ecological senses.
If your experiences here so far have not been too overwhelming or challenging for you, especially after having visited the home page, and perhaps the travel page and a few others, too, then you are probably ready for the journey ahead. Before continuing, you might like to reflect again on the content and structure of the magazine's home page.
Linear reading and circular journeys will usually be recommended
while exploring Considerate Awareness Magazine
After reading through the whole of this current page, attempting to answer all the questions posed here, too - and perhaps after having another well-earned break - you might like to explore each of the introductory detours offered. Have you visited any detour pages already?
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The importance of patience
Diversions to the first few detour pages of the magazine (not requiring a password) might take two or three hours of your time, if they have not already done so. It might also be wise to re-read the home page of Considerate Awareness Magazine before continuing too far. Have you already discovered why?
And please relax...
There are plenty of introductory pages, like this one, that do not require a password at all, so I hope you will enjoy browsing at your leisure. Considerate awareness is meant to be a pleasure!
Questions for Consideration
1. What is privacy and why is it important?
2. What are your priorities in life?
3. What does it mean to be human?
4. What is the practical expression of goodness?
5. How do you contribute to the development of good policies?
6. Which personal development tools do you use, and how do you share them?
7. What does it mean to understand?
8. What is the relationship between compassion and creativity?
9. How would you share information about considerate awareness?
10. Where are people who have the ability to answer at least some of the above questions?
11. How might you improve your ability to answer the above questions?
12. Why are these questions important?
Is it time for another break?
Before visiting the links from this page, it might be wise, as mentioned earlier, to have another relaxing break, to refresh yourself completely. You may then feel better prepared to write down your own answers to many of the questions posed here, and on the home page, before going further. Have you seen the editorial page, too?
A relaxing pause might also improve your ability to think in sensitively critical, compassionate and creative ways. Will you be aware of the changes in your thinking? How will you know?