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introspect

in truh spekt

  • v  reflect on one's own thoughts and feelings

  • Is the hivemind actually "learning" to introspect, and to regulate its hair-trigger news cycle? Now, when somebody is too quick to give into the temptation to get outraged over .
  • So long as one is in a state of interior solitude, one can introspect almost anywherewalking along a crowded street, in a sunny meadow, in a room where typewriters are banging .
  • We have license to run and hide, hold the mail, introspect; but there is something about this year that calls us to do the opposite.
Quotes

  • Manmohan Singh in Thaindian.com (blog)
    So much for the good news! To complete the picture we must introspect and recognise that there is a great deal of public dissatisfaction with the functioning of government, at all levels,said Singh. "This challenge the civil service must...
  • Rajnath Singh in Expressindia.com
    Commenting on the recent incidents where senior leaders went public about the reasons for the BJP defeat, Singh said: "It is time to introspect. We are analysing the factors behind the unsatisfactory performance, but that does not mean we start...
  • Suresh Kalmadi in Times of India
    I have always maintained that CoCom meetings are good opportunities to introspect and review what needed to be done to achieve set milestones and timelines,Kalmadi said.

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