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“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”

This is a quote by Albert Einstein (apparently, although no one is really sure).

But whoever said it, I think they’re damn right. I strongly believe you get out what you put in, and if you work hard for something you will be rewarded, but I also strongly believe exams are one of the worst ways to test how ‘intelligent’ someone is. 351 more words

Can a religious person be a "good" scientist?

Can a religious person be a “good” scientist?

I find this to be rather a simple question to address and one which does not need to be unnecessarily… 178 more words

Science

Charles Spurgeon's Letters-Letter 14

CAMBRIDGE, October 15, 1851.

MY DEAR FATHER, —

I received your most welcome note, and beg pardon if you think me negligent in returning thanks. I have been busily employed every Lord’sday; not at home once yet, nor do I expect to be this year. 404 more words

Grace

Look it up.

There is a proverb which says ‘Every prudent man acts out of knowledge, but a fool exposes his folly.’
Know what you want to say and say it clearly, with no confusing language or words out of place. 123 more words

Confidence

Self Knowledge 113 – “Self in Self-Knowlwdge” Satsang part 1

[from Master Nome]

The Maharshi reveals the nature of Self-Realization, Self-Knowledge, & the direct path that reveals it, the utterly formless path, Self-Inquiry. In practicing Self-Inquiry, striving for Self-Knowledge, & coming to “abide” in the Realization of the Self, it is essential to understand that it is… 366 more words

Enlightenment

Fifth day of journey almost over

I feel that I have now the ability to direct my mind in one direction and keep it there focused extensively until the task has been accomplished. 34 more words

Life

No Matter How Hard You Work You Won't Be A Millionaire

Many people spend their lives being incredibly hard-working, they sweat for ten hours a day their whole lives yet remain on the minimum wage, why? Surely the harder you work the more reward you will get. 543 more words

Self Development