The greatest key to success is resignation. Resignation is stoutness. Resignation kills fear. Fear is a brake, fear stops movement and it stops growth. A humble attitude towards problems, dead ends and worries helps you walk by them without stopping. You have a goal, you walk humbly towards this goal and nothing can stop you.
Resignation is finding out you don’t have to wait for anything. Do what you have to and come what may. Do good and throw it into the water. Your job is to do your job and NOT to wait, hope or be afraid.
Isaac Babel’s short story Di Grasso clearly illustrates the Zen concept according to which, if a room is dark, all you should do to remedy the situation is to turn the light on. Do what you are most afraid of, and this will instantly transform hell into paradise.
Synergy is the scalable truth that results from the fusion of extremes into one systemic whole. A miracle is the ability of the synergetic system to grow exponentially. Synergetic systems produce energy much quicker than they consume it.
One who is not resigned cannot achieve success. Chaos does not wish to give in to order just like that – the main weapon of chaos is fortuitousness and order is love. To accomplish your job, you should do the same thing in circles, resignedly and lovingly, for tens and hundreds of times, detecting fortuitous errors and irregularities.
Order is said to require attention. That’s true. However, the truth is, fortuity will never give up and, no matter how much you check, there will be mistakes. However, if you check 7 times, you may reduce the number of mistakes. A hamster runs in its wheel with a view to carefully checking everything and minimizing the likelihood of mistakes and fortuities.
Half of a person’s success in life depends on his communication skills. Loneliness is always the result of the inner rather than of the external. Any person would be glad to communicate but he is so afraid… so afraid…
A genius is a person so much in love with lie that love turns his illusions into reality. The love of a genius engenders the focus on the object of his dream that turns into light illuminating eternal darkness.
There are two extremes: you are either zero or one. No matter what one does, it remains one. No matter what zero does, it transforms everything into zero. A successful and sensible person is one who was able to unite these two extremes inside himself and to become ten.
Quantum nanophilosophy (Syntalism) can be called the philosophy of the North or the philosophy of common sense. The North is very cold and a lot of energy is required to survive. In the North, any mistake can cost you your life. In the North, common sense and pragmatism are very important. Syntalism is the harmony of the incompatible. By absorbing the wisdom of Eastern, Western and Southern philosophies, nanophilosophy achieved the synergetic integrity that provided access to sources of huge energy.
Resignation is when, to accomplish current tasks, you use what is available and you make new tools for future tasks. Remember: you cannot accomplish current tasks using future tools. There is a time and a place for everything.
An early riser is sure to be in luck… to have additional time. What’s more, the earlier, the less competition. By the way, there is no competition late in the evening and at night either. Options are numerous.
Look what the point is. If you give it 100 percent, you stoop to a new low and give 100%, going in a circle. This is what is called a second wind. If you give it 80%, it means you just lost 80% of your energy and time and remained empty and weakened. There has been no breakthrough either. A breakthrough is a second wind.
Concentration should be dispersed. Your task is to hit the target rather than to hit the mark. The mark is arrogance and the target is humility. Humility is volume and the sun whereas arrogance is a point.
A hamster is running in a circle in order to check every detail. Only one detail can be checked in one turn. There are many details and running can take a lot of time. However, an impatient hamster runs longest because it tries to embrace several details in one turn. This is impossible, so the stupidest hamster runs infinitely in its wheel.
The story of John and the Beanstalk is about getting quickly to heaven if you are smart and virtuous but there are some nuances to it. Heaven is inhabited by giants – they are big, strong and they eat people. Are you sufficiently strong and smart to resist those who are a hundred times bigger than you? Maybe you should get stronger and grow up a bit, first?