Quotes

1.      All that lies before us and all that lies behind us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.  Emerson

 

2.      Truth is not introduced into the individual from without, but was within him all the time.  Kieregaard

 

3.      True silence is the rest of the mind, and is to the spirit what sleep is to the body, nourishment and refreshment.  William Penn

 

4.      Mind moves matter.  Virgil

 

5.      Man's capacities have never been measured; nor are we to judge of what he can do by any precedents, so little has been tried.  Thoreau

 

6.      No barriers, no masses of matter however enormous, can withstand the powers of the mind; the remotest corners yield to them; all things succumb; the very Heaven itself is laid open.  Marcus Manilius

 

7.      When a strong will appears, it usually results from a certain unity of organization, as if the whole energy of the body and mind flowed in one direction.  Emerson

 

8.      I refuse to recognize that there are impossibilities.  T. Edison

 

9.      Nothing in the universe can resist the cumulative ardor of a sufficiently large number of enlightened minds working together in organized groups.  de Chardin

 

10.    All religions, arts, and sciences are branches of the same tree.  All these aspirations are directed toward enobling man's life, lifting it from the sphere of mere physical existence, leading the individual towards freedom.  Einstein

 

11.    Happiness consists in the attainment of our desires, and in having only right desire.  Augustine

 

12.    Take rest; a field that has rested gives a bountiful crop.  Ovid

 

13.    Freedom stretches only as far as the limits of our consciousness.  Jung

 

14.    All organisms have an inherent tendency to actualize their specific potentialities.  The aim of man's life, therefore, is to be understood as the unfolding of his powers according to the laws of his nature.  Eric Fromm

 

15.    Let each become all that he was created capable of being: expand, if possible, to his full growth; and show himself at lenght in his own shape and stature.  Thomas Carlyle

 

16.    Only the educated are free.  Epictetus

 

17.    Desire is a thought impulse!  Thought impulses are forms of energy.  When you begin with the thought impulse, desire, to accumulate money, you are drafting into your service the same stuff that nature used in creating this earth, and every material form in the universe....  Napoleon Hill

 

18.    The greatest of all the arts in political economy is to change a consumer into a producer; and the next greatest is to increase the producer's producing power-- an end to be directly attained by increasing his intelligence...  Horace Mann

 

19.    And most managers know perfectly well that of all the resources, people are the least utilized and that little of the human potential of any organization is tapped and put to work.  Peter F. Drucker

 

20.    The language of truth is simple.  Euripides

 

21.    Peace of mind is not the absence of struggle, but the absence of uncertainty and confusion.

                                             Anthony Bloom


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