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|Marden, Orison Swett It is what we do easily and what we like to do that we do |
well. - Marden, Orison Swett A strong, ... Marden, Orison Swett We make the
world we live in and shape our own environment. - Marden, Orison Swett Your
|FormerJustice, Supreme Court of India I think what has been done in the field of |
environment during the last decade of the last century by ... She begins the book
by saying that this is only one earth but man lives in two worlds. ... The second
world, she talks about, is the world that we make with our own science using our
own brain, in the garb of and in the shape of development for our own comfort, by
carving out and consuming the natural world one by one, we build an aerodrome
|Fink, David Harold We begin to see, therefore, the importance of selecting our |
environment with the greatest of care, because environment is the mental ...
Marden, Orison Swett We make the world we live in and shape our own
|... world we live in where the technologies that we produce to make life easier for |
ourselves now threaten not just our own ... To our further, if blatantly
anthropocentric, credit, we have used such constructions to considerably shape
that world to ...
|It is in this adjusting that we make or mar our lives; and so complicated is life, that |
other lives, besides our own, are ... While we cannot shape the future in exactlv
the way we desire, we can adapt ourselves to its demands in such a way as to ...
The mere fact of our living amounts to nothing, absolutely nothing, in the grand
scheme of the world and men. ... But whether we enter into and enjoy our
birthright depends wholly upon ourselves — not upon opportunity, nor
environment, nor ...
|And when we make long-term decisions about planting forests, conserving a |
natural habitat etc., we dont't consider anticipating (how?) some fiature ... We
have to trust in our own lights, and try to shape the future according to our present
beliefs. There simply is ... We live in a world of many nations, cultures, loyalties,
and our interest in the future is often rooted in a love of "persons and places" (
|Design participation needn't compromise quality — indeed, in my experience it |
improves it. ... during construction.10 Only if places reflect our needs and values,
both material and spiritual, can they be meaningfully shaped. ... It's about how
spiritual values inform practical work in the world of solid matter. ... Sound
foundations — but how can we make them relevant to where and how we live
now? Unlike our grandparents, we're free to determine our own values and path
through life ...
|How Corporatism Conquered the World, and how We Can Take it Back Douglas |
Rushkoff ... We study their ad campaigns and their marketing strategies, and we
invent and shape a counterstory, a fresh ... Then we go into the retail environment
armed with this new message, The Anti-Ad. The Truth. ... We make media and
send it out around the world. ... Do we live in the bushes? ... Spin our own wool?
|If we are literally making the future of the biosphere by what we choose to |
produce, which is the key practical insight ... The long-term shape of the
Anthropocene isn't yet decided; but focusing human energies on making
ecologically sensible modes of ... We have finally begun to understand that we
live in the Anthropocene, a world that is increasingly quite literally of our own
making, and whose future ...
|The problem of cognition is that cognition makes the world emerge from |
something that was not there. This is ... But there is a second dimension: the
environment in which we live and in which organisms live is not separable from
life itself. The shape of the mountains and the oceans that we look at and the air
that we breathe is, literally (to use one of J. ... We breathe our ancestors', and our