Algebra

Algebra

Harlon’s Theorem of Care

 

Let:           x = the ability to be good to yourself

 

x =      [ϴ (a + b + c)] / [1 – (t + s + c)]

 

Where:      ϴ = co-efficient of the self-determinants of health

                 a = self-esteem

                 b = nature

                 c = nurture

 

and             t = treatment

                  s = support

                  c = care

 

0 < t + s + c < 1

 

Let:                  β = the constant ability to be good to others

 

|x – β|  ≥ 0

 

Therefore: In order to be good for others, one must be good to or greater to themself.

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