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Thoughts on Life and Universe

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Great thoughts on Life and Universe:

1.   “Our earth is but a small star in a great universe. Yet of it we can make, if we choose, a planet unvexxed by war, untroubled by hunger or fear, undivided by senseless distinctions of race, color or theory.”
-Stephen Vincent Benet

2.  “Understand that a self-centered attitude is the source of all suffering, and concern for others is the source of all happiness and goodness.”
-The Dalai Lama,


3.  “The wind can blow one way but actually move you in another, and like sailing, you can use the wind in the wrong direction and still get somewhere you want to go.”


4.  It is in the stillness, in the silence, that the word of God is to be heard. There is no better avenue of approach to this Word than through stillness, through silence. It is to be heard there as it is – in that unself-consciousness, for when one is aware of nothing, that word is imparted to him and clearly revealed. ”
-Meister Eckhart
5.  “Life’s most persistent question is: What are you doing for others?”
-Martin Luther King, Jr.


6.  “Show me a sane man and I will cure him.”
-Carl Jung


7.  “Whatever you can do, or dream you can do, begin it. Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. Begin it now. ”


8.  “Buddha did not suffer from fear of success. He was one of those rare characters, like Joan of Arc or Lawrence of Arabia or Pablo Picasso, who know beyond a shadow of a doubt that their lives hold a particular destiny. For people like this, life is just a matter of waiting, patiently, for the appropriate moment to come before stepping, in sandals or boxer shorts, into the mythos.”
-Jeff Greenwald


9.  “DNA is a master of transformation, just like mythical serpents. The cell-based life DNA informs made the air we breathe, the landscape we see, and the mind-boggling diversity of living beings of which we are part. In 4 billion years, it has multiplied itself into an incalculable number of species, while remaining exactly the same.”

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