Zhenren: Can you explain the compass of life with more detail
Selene: Each person possess a compass. The compass is not a compass you hold in your hand but a process of bringing together a lot of intellectual components to make a good mind decision. Some personal compasses are better in one person than another. A good compass necessitates intellect so you can think about all the possibilities and reason out options. A good compass comes from life experience to help you measure options you think are open to you. A good compass necessitates diminishing personal arrogance so you are always open to new information and knowledge. A good compass comes from being sensitive to life experiences in such a way that you can intellectually step into other person’s shoes to make guesses about why other people do what they do or possibly will do. Finally a good compass is equal to one’s ability to make good decisions for self and others. A good compass results in making good decisions.