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10.18440.   AR AR

The obvious is always improbable and mysterious.

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10.18745. The key to the lock.   AR AR

Faith is a paradigm through which a person sees reality.  We know that reality is form, and form determines content.  You are what you believe in, because you see it and what you see defines you.  To get out of a vicious circle, you need a key.  The key is hope.

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10.18917.   AR AR

Strong minds notice the inconsistency of being and make a conclusion about its integrity.

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10.19451. The motives of the observer determine the properties and content of the object.   AR AR

The point is that lies and truth are the same source of energy and information.  In the knowledge of truth and falsehood, everything depends on your motives.  Greed and impatience (pride)  quickly exhaust and destroy the source, turning it into a lie.  Restraint and moderation (love)  they will give you an inexhaustible source of joy and truth.

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10.19645.   AR AR

Hell and heaven are one and the same, the properties of the object of observation are determined by the observer.  Through the paradigm of pride, being is hell, but if pride is subdued, you get Paradise.

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10.20895.   AR AR

By contemplating beauty, one gains hope.  From hope receives faith and love.  From faith – the will and the order of love – energy.  Everything is beauty, so man is like a fish in an ocean of pure energy.

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10.21068. Turn on the light.   AR AR

To succeed in life, you need to look at the world through the paradigm of hope.  Look at problems, troubles, and bad luck as good luck and a good opportunity.  Gather all your willpower, and, with a crunch and crackle, switch the paradigm inside yourself, turn on the light.

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10.21357.   AR AR

It is very interesting to meditate on objects of beauty and art.  Contemplating masterpieces of art, you fill yourself with energy, information, beauty, peace and good mood.

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10.21480. Insight of the mind.   AR AR

Genius is the ability to see the truth.  Truth is beauty, integrity, order, and joy.  The truth is an endless joy.  A genius can feel this joy in everything or where others can't see it.

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10.22372.   AR AR

You create your own limitations to cut off the energy.  Restrictions give material form to objects.  Time is like a knife that cuts energy like butter, giving it shape.  The longer the effort is in time, the more energy it captures.

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10.22445.   AR AR

You will become all-powerful by understanding extension.  Truth is all-powerful, truth is the contemplation of extension.

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10.22451.   AR AR

Contemplation is engagement.  The contemplator must avoid temptations that distract him from involvement.

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The beginning of the book


6.8.   AR AR

Love, like virtue, consists of contemplation and right actions.

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309. Landscape in white.   AR AR

I forgot to wear glasses today.
And watched the world - as it is:
people, houses, trees, birds…
Such living, such substantive.
You can almost touch them,
almost visible contours on a white background
extremely material in this
digital reality…

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400.   AR AR

Life swims by ships,
runs through trains,
flying airplanes,
rushes into space with rockets,
sweeps past countless herds of rabbits
with tongues sticking out,
endlessly jumping in a circle around me,
motionless on the sand,
sun-baked man contemplating 
twirling.

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451. [In brevi]   AR AR

The   world   is   an   illusion:   it's   exactly   the   way
…a   beholder   sees   it…
*…another   detached   beholder   sees   already   a   different   world.
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...the   world   exists   only   in   the   mind   of   the   beholder…
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The   more   a   beholder   differs   from   other   people
the   more   unique   world   he's   able   to   observe;
….the   more   perfect   a   beholder   is   …the   more   perfect
experience   he   can   get   from   his   observation.

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7.71. Great use.   AR AR

Observe  your  competitors  and  take  the  best  from  them  –  after  all,  they  should  be  good  for  something.

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8.63. Silence of thoughts.   AR AR

Concentrate  on  a  point  and  contemplate  the  silence.  Such  meditation  will  return  you  the  strength  and  the  freshness  of  thinking.  Clearing  the  head  from  the  noise  of  thinking  is  difficult,  but  possible.  Pain  and  stupidity  die  together  with  thoughts.  That  is  useful.

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9.16. Travels are required to think   AR AR

Travels   turn   the   brain   on,   connecting   it   to   local   information   fields.   Every   new   place   you   visit   will   give   you   fresh   thoughts   that   you   haven`t   known   before   and   this   will   expand   the   boundaries   of   your   consciousness.   The   most   important   id   to   think,   see,   watch...

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999.   AR AR

The  paradox  of  any  observer:  the  view  point  depends  on  the  perspective. 

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1736.   AR AR

A  person  who  is  always  wrong  is  just  as  precious  as  someone  who  is  always  right. 
Thanks  to  someone  who's  wrong  you  can  always  exclude  wrong  decisions. 

Watching  a  person  who  is  always  wrong,  you  can  easily  become  a  person  who  is  always  right. 

Watch  someone's  stupidity  and  do  things  right. 

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2170. An unconsoling conclusion.   AR AR

You  stand  in  front  of  each  other. 
You're  unhappy  –  and  the  world  around  you  is  grey  and  humdrum. 
He's  happy  –  and  the  world  around  him  is  bright  and  wonderful. 

However,  you're  just  two  different  observers  of  the  same  world. 
The  conclusion  –  ………………… 
            -  is  unconsoling… 

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2274. A calm contemplation of the vortex of events.   AR AR

If  you  doubt  whether  you're  doing  something  worthy  but  however,  you  want  to  keep  on  doing  it.  But  at  the  same  time  you're  full  of  doubts  and  fears  -  hence,  the  best  thing  you  can  do  is  relax  and  do  what  you  can  while  philosophically  contemplating  what  is  to  become  of  it  all. 

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317.4. On normality [in brevi]   AR AR

Observing  life  for  a  long  time,  I  have  noticed  that  there  are  no  normal  people.

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3.184.   AR AR

Humility is the contemplation of one's love.  Love is the desire to do.  The humble contemplator of the sun does not see the abyss under his feet, does not feel the hellish cold of space, does not know fear.  Nothing can distract the humble lover from serving the object of his love

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3.185.   AR AR

Humility is the concentrated contemplation of love.  Concentration protects against doubts and fears.

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3.231.   AR AR

The scarab is a symbol of wealth.  Watching the scarab, you will understand what money is, from what and how they are extracted.  Plenty of money.  Money is the unity of dust, love, ideas and shit.  Idea and shit, it's a metaphor for truth and lies.

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3.329.   AR AR

All   systems   are   the   same.   If   you   come   to   a   deadlock   in   one   thing,   observe   attentively   something   else   –   something   that   you   know   well   or,   on   the   contrary,   something   new.   Having   taken   a   hard   look   at   B,   you   will   see   A.

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3.739.   AR AR

Having a mentor and mentor is good, but even if you don't, it's not fatal.  I, for example, did not, but as the ancient Chinese wisdom says, a good student learns by watching the teacher.  Watching people and reading books, you can learn a lot on your own.  On the other hand, I could use a mentor, but where would I get one? 

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3.884. Contrary cannot be.   AR AR

First do large strokes, then small.  First look at the forest, then at the trees.  First watch the target, then dive into the details. 

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5.223.   AR AR

Why are they gnawing the granite of science? Are they worms? Have they forgotten that born to crawl can't fly? Science is a flight of thought, it does not need to be gnawed and slobbered. Everything you eat will turn into manure, distilled water and simple sugars... You can't do that with science. Knowledge does not need to eat, the knowledge you need to carefully contemplate, rejoice and enjoy their beauty. No need to eat flowers and trample the grass like a cloven-hoofed animal. Just enjoy their beauty, like butterflies and bees, collecting the nectar of knowledge.

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5.236. Victory over despondency and laziness.   AR AR

Watching the ingenuity with which ants get their daily bread, you lose despondency and enlightened. If even a little ant can get its daily bread, why should you be afraid? And where there is no fear, there is no despondency. Why are you given reason? To eat, for reason is man's only perfect weapon.

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