The principles of reason are that philosophy, that is, knowledge and truth, which are contained in the mind of man. The basis of the power of the spirit is the principles of philosophy laid down in the Foundation of reason. The stronger a man's philosophy, the stronger his spirit. The weaker the philosophy, the weaker the spirit. The truth is strong, lies weak.
A paradigm is like a window into the world. When your window is cloudy and crooked, your ideas about the world are very far from reality, full of lies and fears. The more pure and real a person's philosophy is, the more healthy his soul and body are.
Philosophy is the love of wisdom. Wisdom is a flexible mind based on life experience. The most important features of the philosophy are flexibility, tolerance and practical experience. Experience is the movement and knowledge of life that generates faith, the source of power. The reverse side of faith is love, a source of energy. The unity of experience, faith, and love generates truth, the first name of God.
Wisdom is the degree of knowledge of the world around us, and love is the ability to see beauty, admiration, and the need to know and care about the object of your love. A philosopher is a person who can see the beauty of life and is deeply in love with life.
Philosophy is knowledge. Knowledge is the first need of the mind, the limitation in the realization of which is literally maddening, filling life with suffering. Moreover, knowledge is essentially love, and love is joy, truth, and faith.