My Take Punchy, to the point, and no longer than it should be. Vizi's work will stand the test of time. For fans of wisdom, old stoics, and nothing flashy. I gave it 10/10 because it's what I need right now, and what I think most people will need at multiple times in their life. … Continue reading Economy Of Truth: Practical Maxims and Reflections
My take One of the best books I've ever read. I couldn't put it down. Some laughter, a ton of philosophy, and all with irreverence. A good 40 percent of the entire book lept out at me. Read it now. All below are quotes. My words in italics. Whatever stuck out in particular is in … Continue reading Spiritual Enlightenment: The Damnedest Thing (The Enlightenment Trilogy Book 1)
The fan overhead, lowest setting. The natural wood walls. The open dirty windows. Crisp morning, central Oregon. Hundreds of families were here before us, thousands after. We acknowledge the universe, a sincere bow in how we spend our days together. Nothing to strive for, everything complete, except the exploring.
Seeing weakness in ourselves enables survival tactics. We realize that we can't do it all, and that we need to use shortcuts: tools and leverages to help us succeed. I am a perfectionist. It stops me in my tracks before I begin anything that I can't give 100 percent to. Many opportunities, lost. Opportunities lost … Continue reading Perfection and weakness
Thinking without acting is a good way to convince yourself of grandiosity. Everyone has delusions, and all delusions are delusions of grandeur. Action is a good way to wake up from delusion. Action is living, of which we must throw ourselves in headlong.We must throw ourselves headlong into the art of living, or else we … Continue reading Thought ≠ Action