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 820 If you believe that "birds of a feather flock together" what have you learned
821 about yourself by studying the friends whom you attract?
822 What connection, if any, do you see between the people with whom you
823 associate most closely, and any unhappiness you may experience?
824 Could it be possible that some person whom you consider to be a friend is, in
825 reality, your worst enemy, because of his negative influence on your mind?
826 By what rules do you judge who is helpful and who is damaging to you?
827 Are your intimate associates mentally superior or inferior to you?
828 How much time out of every 24 hours do you devote to:
829 a. your occupation
830 b. sleep
831 c. play and relaxation
832 d. acquiring useful knowledge
833 e. plain waste
834 Who among your acquaintances,
835 a. encourages you most
836 b. cautions you most
837 c. discourages you most
838 d. helps you most in other ways
839 What is your greatest worry? Why do you tolerate it?
840 When others offer you free, unsolicited advice, do you accept it without
841 question, or analyze their motive?

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