11 Oct The Four Agreements Agreement 2
Ruiz describes a sin as anything that goes against himself, and so, with language, it is taking responsibility for one`s actions and remaining without judgment against oneself and against others.  Essentially, this agreement emphasizes the meaning of honest speech and careful choice of words before they are spoken aloud.  If you respect this agreement, you can go around the world with an open heart and no one can hurt you. You can say, “I love you” without fear of being ridiculed or rejected. You can ask for what you need. The fourth agreement allows readers to better understand the progress made in achieving their life goals. This agreement implies the integration of the first three agreements into daily life and the full potential of exploitation.  It`s about doing what`s best to deal with individually, which is different from the different situations and circumstances the individual may face. .