Only quotations.

 

 

 

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“Individuality functions at its very best, when its motivational reason is for others”.     

 

“Goodness does not necessarily come by deliberation. Where there is no polarisation, goodness becomes its own evolution”.

 

” The greatest cognitive knowledge you can ever have is your own.  It can never be         misused. It is part of yourself, only to be used and shared”.

 

 

 

The man whose book is filled with quotations, has been said to creep along the shore of authors, as if he were afraid to trust himself to the free compass of reasoning. I would rather defend such authors by a different allusion, and ask whether honey is the worse for being gathered from many flowers. Anonymous, quoted in: Tryon Edwards (1853) The World’s Laconics: Or, The Best Thoughts of the Best Authors. p. 232

Amen to that!

 

 

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Footnote: To refresh the original purpose of  my earlier blogs. These shorter inserts
offer the reason I started to search for any data, ancient or otherwise on human consciousness, specifically related to Alzheimer’s.
At 90 years of age (well past my used by date) it may well be that I am a candidate with a focus on my own pending dementia. If so, then the theory and the method I write about is holding it at bay. To address the health of my mind in this way could be the catalyst that retains its own functional activity.
A semantic template can be created using data on both domains.
No definition of absolutes or principles can be ill-defined.
They are always interconnected and interdependent.
Each configuration constructed by anyone has meaning particular to them, although its value is universal. That  is why it is never personal property!

‘That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all the lessons of history’.
Aldous Huxley (26 July 1894 -22 November 1963.
Amen to that!

Bridie.

 

About Bridie.

Born in Govan Glasgow 1927. Those were the days.
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