“The benefits of order are incontestable; it enables us to use space and time to the best advantage, while saving expenditure of mental energy.”
“Weeds don’t need any encouragement to grow. Much like our negative and repetitive thoughts they have a force and will of their own. This seems to be a function of our minds left over from the days of old when life was a lot more dangerous and difficult. Advertisers, news media outlets and propagandists seem to know this quite well and aim to play on our unfounded fears. These fears are nebulous and detached from any real threat, and because they are unfounded in reality, any slight mention of negativity will give these fears something to attach to and help justify themselves, though unnecessary. But, in the modern times we need not focus on the negative things so intensely seeing as the world has improved immensely, though not perfect. Let us give more attention to the positive and productive use of our miraculous and powerful minds. Only by doing so can we ever realize a reality in which we pay more attention to what is going right, rather than what is going wrong. When you focus on what you don’t want. you tend to get more of that and vice-versa. Our thoughts tend to become self-fulfilling prophecies. Let them fulfill something desirable”
“Reading maketh a full man; conference a ready man; and writing an exact man.”
“Never waste a minute thinking about people you do not like.”
“Most people would rather work hard physically than mentally. Why is that? I’m not sure. Maybe it is the fact that they must actively take part in consciously examining and rewiring the patterns of their mind. The brain does require up to twenty percent of all energy consumed by the body, more than any other organ.”
“Without the arts, life appears boring, drab, dry and meaningless. Without the science’s life would appear senseless and random. Therefore, they are both equally important, for they endow the world and its inhabitants with the tools to cultivate, nourish, explore and advance.
Working in unison together, they both support the well-being of humanity. Let us not get caught up in absolutist all-or-nothing thinking. There are many unique pieces that constitute the mosaic of life. Much like that of human knowledge, understanding and experiences.
We would be wise to expand our knowledge base, including all the creations and permutations that have been manifested by humanity.”