I guess I'm pretty much of a lone wolf. I don't say I don't like people at all but, to tell you the truth I only like it then if I have a chance to look deep into their hearts and their minds.
Living in a bookshop is like living in a warehouse of explosives. Those shelves are ranked with the most furious combustibles in the world--the brains of men.
We are graced with a godlike ability to transcend time and space in our minds but are chained to death.
What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.
Enclosed within the tyranny of our minds and there is where we are lost.
Instead of letting our emotions run amok, we can use our minds as tools to build or create realities that serve us better
That was one of the saddest things about people- their most important thoughts and feelings often went unspoken and barely understood.
Our minds are information vacuums. Either we fill them with thoughts of our choosing or someone else will.
Instead of letting our emotions run amok with our minds, we can use our minds as tools that allow us to build realities that serve us better, and we attract what we are meant to attract because we are aware and self-empowered enough to choose most of the time.
In learning to know other things, and other minds, we become more intimately acquainted with ourselves, and are to ourselves better worth knowing. Philip Gilbert Hamilton
Our minds are susceptible to the influence of external voices telling us what we require to be satisfied, voices that may drown out the faint sounds emitted by our souls and distract us from the careful, arduous task of accurately naming our priorities.