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Two Thoughts (6 - 12 August)
Sunday, 6 August
Two thoughts from Alan Moore
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“Authority, when first detecting chaos at its heels, will entertain the vilest schemes to save its orderly facade.”
“Who imprisoned me here? Who keeps me here? Who can release me? Who's controlling and constraining my life except...me?”
Monday, 7 August
Two thoughts from Paulo Freire
“Liberating education consists in acts of cognition, not transferals of information.”
"The radical, committed to human liberation, does not become the prisoner of a 'circle of certainty' within which reality is also imprisoned."
Tuesday, 8 August
Two thoughts from Peter Diamandis
"Stuff goes wrong. Expect it, learn from it, fix it. That's how remarkable happens."
“The greatest tool we have for tackling our grand challenges is the passionate and dedicated human mind.”
Wednesday, 9 August
Two thoughts from Max Lerner
"When evil acts in the world it always manages to find instruments who believe that what they do is not evil but honorable."
“I am neither an optimist nor pessimist, but a possibilist.”
Thursday, 10 August
Two thoughts from Jack Kornfield
“As the Buddha said, “People with opinions just go around bothering one another.”
“Much of spiritual life is self-acceptance, maybe all of it.”
Friday, 11 August
Two thoughts from Charles F. Haanel
“Emerson loved the good and his life was a symphony of peace and harmony, Carlyle hated the bad, and his life was a record of perpetual discord and inharmony.”
"To improve our conditions we must first improve ourselves."
Saturday, 12 August
Two thoughts from Lewis B. Smedes
"To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was you."
"Kindness is the power that moves us to support and heal someone who offers nothing in return."
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