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Copyright (C) 2002 by L.M. Wong

PoPHILO

Dommy

PRELUDE

THINKERS IN THEIR OWN WORDS DISPLAY AND CONVEY THE DEPTH OR SHALLOWNESS OF THEIR OWN AND SO SHALL BE PILLORIED OR ACCLAIMED BY THEIR OWN THOUGHTS.

THERE IS IMMENSITY IN SPARSENESS AND SPARSENESS IN IMMENSITY.

PoPHILO POPULAR PHILOSOPHY

Dommy

1.Better to be a willing servant to our mind than an unwilling slave to a tyrant?s will.

2.The physical self and mind as willing servants to a worthy cause is a form of devotion. The physical self and mind as unwilling slaves to a despised cause is physical and spiritual violation.

3.Controlled freedom is externally induced refrain, discretion and responsibility .It is only when we are given the sovereignty of freewill do we realise our susceptibility and vulnerability.

4.If a soothsayer predicts negative events in our lives, use freewill to avoid them. If a soothsayer predicts positive events in our lives ,use freewill to fulfil them.

5.We should all generate our own knowledge not just absorb all that we have learned. In order to attain our full intellectual potential ,we need both the scholar and innovator in us.

6.When at last we realise how much we?ve lost when things have passed, we have grasped both wisdom and folly.

7.A pessimist is plagued by dark vision. An optimist is embraced by clear hope .A practical realist has both dark vision and clear hope .

8.Sweeping statements are uninsured ventures offering high risks of swallowing our words and pride.

9.The course of one?s life is like a quest for a masterpiece. It hinges on just the right intensity and apt strokes.

10.The best we thought we were at earlier times are sometimes not as good as the best stage we are at now. Being at one?s best depends on the time scale it is judged on. We peak differently at different times. All our peak points are the summits of their own time.

11.A mortal fact here : Those who live within the century they were born in and never get to see the next or those fortunate enough to see the next.

12.Clich‚s that we cannot do without are not clich‚s but language essentials.

13.Anxiety to the mind is akin to a fractured leg to the body.

14.To maintain constant levels of alertness, for the prolific mind ; repose while for the sedentary mind ; stimulation.

15.Moderate amounts of guidelines in convention and etiquette ensures that civilization behaves in civil fashion. Excessive amounts of convention and etiquette converts life into ritualistic enslavement of thought and action.

16.If you don?t know nothing you know something.

17.One insists because of truth. One insists because of prejudice.

18.Experience is when something becomes easier, more predictable with less surprises with our ability to discern those worth cherishing and those only worth during their fleeting hour.

19.Innovation may spell the demise of erstwhile techniques which were innovations of yesteryears or just muffle them. The possibility of revamps, revivals cannot be overruled entirely be they in similar, related or different fields of interest. Nostalgia has its charms.

20.In order to be profound in thoughts the mind must be liberated from the immediate reality of trifles.

21.The inexperienced and strong pour all their power to complete a task. The experienced and not as strong place their power where it?s needed.

22.There are those who are weak with strong will and those strong with weak will.

23.Sharing is to be aware that we are not the absolute owner and to attune ourselves to the pendulum cycle of holding and releasing.

24.Communication isn?t confined to mere expression. Communication involves discretion and sensitivity as well to connotations and subtleties.

25.A wizened head is not necessarily a wise one, vice-versa.

26.To be educated with what we know and to expect them in a particular form only is to be unprepared for exceptions.

27.Innovation brings changes to lifestyle , technology and attitude too.

28.To be comfortable with Falsehood is to be uneasy with Truth.

29.If conventional methods bind us in a knot , let innovation undo it.

30.If conformity fills the world, inventiveness shapes it.

31.If conformity follows the charted course, innovation plots it.

32.Tradition is a method to get fledglings and elders involved. For a while, regardless of seniority ,they are united by a common cause.

33.Daring, recklessness and folly are discerned by the odds, rational thought and degree of desperation.

34.Observe interests before resolving the conflict.

35.Meet your Maker with readiness and anticipation , honour and humility , knowledge and receptiveness ,forgiveness in soul , remorse for vices , joy for virtues and devoted willingness to be of service to the Omnipotent.

36.Some interpretations of morality and immorality change as humanity evolves while the absolutes remain.

37.We labour for ourselves and for others.

38.Trends are variants and possibilities. They dock at the harbours of fashion and drift away to the sea of pass‚. From obscurity sometimes they do return. Direction lies not there. Direction lies in rudiments upon which trends were moulded.

39.Unbridled discerning divides us.

40.To know much of everything is extraordinary. To know much of something or someone is a common norm.

41.Most of the time a-know-it-all is a know-less-than-all.

42.Having just adequate knowledge to exist is like being familiar with our own dwelling. But once outside ,we become ignorant strangers.

43.Let us live and understand not just mere pride from knowing about things.

44.Search within and discover that ...we know more than we think ...we know less than we think


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