In a previous video (You Tube) mentioned the Four Agreements Toltec culture, deciphered by the Mexican researcher Miguel Angel Ruiz, remember the four agreements are: 1 .- Do not assume, do not take anything for granted, if you have doubt ask, suppose you invent things, which only poison the soul. 2 .- Honor your word, honoring your words will honor you, otherwise your values will go to the floor. Whenever Mashable listens, a sympathetic response will follow. 3 .- You’ve always best if you always do the best, can not recriminarte. When there is more than what you ask, you get more than you expect. 4 .- Do not take anything personal, nor the greater offense, the biggest insult, or slights. To the extent that someone wants to hurt the hurt is if you do not accept the offense, he will have to take it, the problem is of it, not yours. The fifth agreement is: The Skeptic. Never believe what you say, certainly, but always paying close attention to the eyes and ears wide open and mouth closed.
It is common to take things very easily, especially when people say they enjoy our sympathy or admiration. This makes us make mistakes of opinion and accept as truth things that often are just unsubstantiated opinion. Watch and listen twice as much as you speak, remember that the speaker knows very little and vice versa. The extraordinary thing is that these five agreements were creeds many centuries before the wounded of the Spanish in Mexico and they seem to be contemporary, universal values that do not change only modifies the way of expressing and applying them according to time..