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|I believe there are a lot of answers surrounding all of us (particularly with the |
presence of the internet), and we need to look around to find what we truly need.
In many ... It is as Joseph Chilton Pierce has said: We are shaped by each other.
We adjust not to the reality of the world, but the reality of other thinkers. For me,
|Norman Vincent Peale To live a creative life we must lose our fear of being wrong|
. - Joseph Chilton Pearce We are shaped by each other. We adjust not to the
reality of the world but to the reality of other thinkers. - Joseph Chilton Pearce ...
|We are shaped by each other. We adjust not to the reality of a world but to the |
reality of other thinkers. Joseph Chilton Pearce For many managers, hiring
and keeping good people is the most difficult and most painful part of the job,"
says Bill ...
|---Wayne Dyer We are shaped by each other. We adjust not to the reality of a |
world, but to the reality of other thinkers. ---Joseph Chilton Pearce This most
beautiful system [The Universe] could only proceed from the dominion of an
|A mind finds its definition of itself not by confrontation with things so much as |
other minds. We are shaped by each other. We adjust not to the reality of a world
but to the reality of other thinkers. When we have finally persuaded and/or
Norman Wirzba, Bruce Ellis Benson - 2008 - 272 pages
|... we receive and engage each other, what is ultimately at issue here is not only |
the way we characterize wisdom but ... that passionate movement that draws the
seeker out of him- or herself so that the world outside can be embraced and
understood. ... If Socrates is right, such philosophers (and thinkers more
generally) are little more than sophists who are skilled in the ... a profound
personal transformation as a result of entering patiently and deeply into a
conversation with reality.
Peter Henri Vander Weyde, William Henry Wahl - 1880
|But however radical may have been the changes that have taken place in the |
views of chemists respecting the ... that the so-called chemical elements were in
reality not simple, but compound bodies; and hardly had the chemical world ...
We will now turn to another active field of discovery that of organic chemistry
and progress no less remarkable confronts us. ... That is to say, two trained
sappers, each furnished with a mirror, can readily communicate with each other,
- 54 pages
|The "real" world of physics thus consisted of the things around us, with the |
exception of living organisms. ... Even at that time many thinkers, physicists as
well as philosophers ... However, what interests us here is not this mental act, but
its object, the things which we consider real even when we attribute to ... Others
think that this goes too far, and that one must consider as directly given reality the
totality of our sensations .... They adjust themselves, as it were, to changed
|Nightingale, Earl We are the environment. - Panati, Charles We live in a web of |
ideas, a fabric of our own making. - Pearce, Joseph Chilton We are shaped by
each other. We adjust not to the reality of a world, but to the reality of other
|The notion of the solitary thinker still appeals to those molded by the Western |
belief in individualism. However, a careful scrutiny of how knowledge is
constructed and artistic forms are shaped reveals a different reality. ... We share a
recognition that in our changing world, traditional concepts are overturned at an
increasing rate, habitual modes of work are ... Their lives reveal some interesting
dynamics of mutuality, which are not restricted to artists and scientists, but are
relevant to ...