Our thoughts radiate to form the world around us. Think bad and you will only see the bad of the world. Think good and you will see the good of the world. Don’t let the world overpower you. Overpower the world with your thoughts.
If we focus more on what unites us rather than what divides us,
if we focus more on what binds us rather than what separates us,
if we focus more on what pushes us towards being one rather than being pulled away to be spread out,
We can build a word where no one will live in fear.
Which way should you go in life? It depends on where you currently are.
You can’t just jump from being nothing to being everything. There are intermediate steps that need to be followed.
What are those intermediate steps are? It depends on the path you take. Some journeys are long, some are short, with their own cost- benefit analysis.
Every nonsense starts to make sense with the right explanation.
Just because something makes sense, doesn’t mean it is true.
Just because something doesn’t make sense yet, doesn’t mean it is false.
You can rest when you’re dead. For a longgggg time. Might as well face all the challenges while you’re alive.
While teaching one can show the application of the theory first, and then build the theory leading up to it.
Simple application serves as a better anchor than theoretical jargon to apply thinking and creativity.
You can’t understand a commoner’s problem by sitting on a noble chair.
It’s very easy to look back in hindsight and complain. I could have done this, I could have done that…the real question is what you’re going to do right now?
Exposing the children to both good and bad of the world, allow them to decide their own future. You don’t lay down answers, but make various paths for them to walk on. If we keep hiding what’s bad, they will be more intrigued by the bad, and begin taking good for granted.
A rational argument would always favour the good. So no need to hide the bad. Let it come in front and perish on its own. Keeping it in the dark will only give it time to strengthen.