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Beginner’s Mind


Albert Einstein is considered to be one of the most brilliant geniuses who discovered many powerful truths in life.  With all of his life experience he came to the conclusion that it was so important to keep learning and asking questions, that imagination is more important than knowledge.

Scientists have discovered that we use about 4% of our brains, so that means we do not use 96% of our brains.  We know what we know, and we do not know a lot more than we know.  So it make sense for us to live our lives from the place of asking questions and discovering how life works and being open to what we do not know instead of acting or thinking like we know it all or how it is.  Don’t you agree?

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There is a concept called Beginner’s Mind.  Beginner’s Mind refers to being open to learning about life.  What would happen if you approached life every day, every moment with honesty, openness and willingness to learn and discover?

The mind is like a parachute, it works best when it is open.

Here is a wise approach to life.  Be an anthropologist.  Study successful people, spend time with successful people.  Discover what their values are, their level of energy and commitment.  What do they do and how do they do it?  What is their mindset, their belief systems and their values?  How do they dress, speak and present themselves?  What is their recipe/strategy for success?

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Are you a student of success, because to become a Master or Teacher, you have to be a good student first?  Study how life works on this planet.  Isn’t this a wise approach to being as successful as you can be?


Quotes by Albert Einstein:

‘The more I learn, the more I realize that I don’t know.
The more I realize I don’t know, the more I want to learn.’

‘In the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity.’

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‘With deeper reflection one knows from daily life that one exists for other people.’

‘Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.’

‘No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.’

‘The most important thing is to never stop questioning for curiosity has its own reason for existing.’

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‘Imagination is more important that knowledge.’

‘The only real valuable thing is intuition.’

‘There are two ways to live: you can live as if nothing is a miracle; you can live as if everything is a miracle.

I want to know God’s thoughts, the rest are details.’

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This is your life and you either shape your perceptions or someone else will.  You either program your mind or someone else will.  No one can affect us unless we choose to let them.  No one can do anything to us unless we allow them to.  No one can hurt us unless we choose to hurt ourselves with the information they share or by allowing people to take advantage of us.  We can live our lives as the SOURCE of our own lives or we can live our lives as a victim.  It is either Victory or Victim depending on our choice.  Also, not making a choice is actually a choice.

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smiles,
:) Lee

  • http://yahoo.com Frederick Arend

    Life cannot begin because in order for it to begin we would have to exist in a state of non-being previous to life and then preceed to a state or condition of life, life would then be seperated from existence which is imossible. Only physical objects can come into existence or cease to exist, life is not a physical object and therefore cannot cease to exist. There are, therefore, no conditions of existence previous to life. Human beings can therefore, only be wholly, completely and essentially alive.

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