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“Oh what a feeling when you happen upon a book that seems to pour truth directly into your head.”
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“We live solely in our minds. If things are ugly there, things are ugly every where.”
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“Curiosity is such an unappreciated blessing.”
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“Consult as you may your masters; their musings. But look within when it's time for the choosing.”
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“Just as 'certainty' and 'truth' can exist independently, so can judgment and intellect.”
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“In success, knowledge - In failure, lessons.”
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“A good quote: A timeless capsule of truth.”
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“An intuition obliterates time and space: when it comes there is no time to wait or space to travel.”
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“Perhaps the ultimate two questions for any seeker are: What's your Why?, and What's your edge?”
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“Everyday I awake with good health, I credit my bank account with a billion dollar, 'hidden deposit'. Conceptually, the minimum I would pay for it.”
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“A book consist of thoughts that for a moment don't mind holding hands.”
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“Upon watching a young child do, explore, or create something, you are witnessing an unconditioned essential spirit willing itself into direct action towards a result.”
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“It was when I firmly pressed myself against my grindstone of life, did my most illuminating sparks fly.”
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“Spontaneity is the touch-stone: Observe a child's spontaneity and you see spirit in action.”
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“Being temporarily broke sharpens the mirror's reflection.”
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“Intuition is a portal into another world of recognition and leads one, if they take it seriously, to operate and understand on an entirely different plane.”
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“I strive to avoid being Dostoevsky's 'piano-key'. I work hard to be, at least, a bit out of tune.”
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“Wish to seek if my quote are original? Save your time - Everything is old under the sun.”
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“Wish to seek if my quotes are original? Save your time - Everything is old under the sun.”
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“Knowing my savings could be re-earned, possibly, and my time recaptured, never: I choose to spend my money buying three years of time.”
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“What a sad person who laments their small cup, even though always full.”
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“A book consists of thoughts, that for a moment, don't mind holding hands.”
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“Doing something that truly touches your soul puts you, at once, in sync with eternal life. Here the gears of life move smoothly, and without unnatural stress. You and the universe in tandem, finally.”
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“Think of your spirit as a little boy: curious, alive, energetic, and always asking, 'Why?'.”
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“My question, with its mark inverted, becomes the fishhook poised to catch my answer.”
Garry Fitchett, Life Is a Bicycle: A Living Philosophy to Finding Your Authenticity
“What is it, exactly, that draws me to certain people like Wright, Dylan, Picasso, Emerson, Fromm, Frankl, Steiner, etc.? They seem to move in a channel flowing from their essence; leading them directly to what they think, do, and create. This is it!”
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“My real question is not, 'What does the world need to have?', but, 'What do I need to give?'.”
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“It has been said that, 'A drop of ink can make a thousand people think'. But, one 'think' can make a thousand drops of ink. So what comes first? The 'think' or the 'ink'. Either way - the ink is in the think and the think is in the ink.”
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“You are endowed with a peculiar gift, a wild card really, capable of thumping your history, while creating your future - called Free Will.”
Garry Fitchett, Life Is a Bicycle: A Living Philosophy to Finding Your Authenticity
“In writing 'here', I freely admit that many times I read it 'there' and placed it 'here'. But the ultimate joy comes when I first wrote it 'here', and then later, read it 'there'.”
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