Category Archives: thinking

What Were You Thinking?

Why do people ask, “What were you thinking?” Well, obviously I thought I was going to get away with it without having to explain shit. Anonymous from Facebook

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A Great, Eternal Riddle

Albert Einstein describes how his studies of science and the universe showed him a way “to free myself from the chains of the merely personal, from an existence dominated by wishes, hopes and primitive feelings. Out yonder there was this … Continue reading

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What People Are Thinking About You

Do not worry about what people are thinking about you – for they are not thinking about you. They are wondering what you are thinking about them. Anonymous, “Reader’s Digest”

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Reading & Thinking

Reading furnishes the mind only with materials of knowledge; it is thinking that makes what we read ours. John Locke

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Changing A Person’s Way of Thinking

No single experience is enough to change a person’s way of thinking. It’s like building a wall brick by brick. You add to it a little at a time until at last it’s finished. Wilbur Smith from his novel, “When … Continue reading

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