Surely, being social promotes cooperation, which in turn can promote favourable outcomes for both individual and society. But being social in restrictive sense, where you identify with one group and another, may bring more harm than good. Sociability is an asset when everyone is your friend, but it's a futile if you just create enemies. …
We attract the same kind of people that we choose to become.
When you stop being competitive, you can see the world for what it really is. Being competitive restricts one's vision to the goal. But being cooperative opens up a whole new world of possibilities.
You want to achieve a goal? Surround yourself by people who want to achieve similar goals.Energy is contagious.Their wish will flow through you and your wish will flow through them.This transfer of energy is how you will sustain throughout.
Having a bad trait isn't bad.The worst is when you are defined by that trait itself,undermining your virtue.
Masses can be more easily influenced than an individual.Being in a social group creates a pressure to follow the social norm.Led by authority we forget our true selves and become part of the group.It is important to save your identity.That's what makes you sane.That's what makes you human.
If you don't respect your own profession,work and life,then nobody will respect you.