in Cognitive Wisdom, Thought Catalog

We profess indifference to what we secretly long for but do not have.

It’s advisable to revisit the erroneous notion that the world has a great deal to offer us.

We prefer to quote rather than speak and think for ourselves.

Anger results not from an uncontrollable eruption of the passions, but from a basic (and correctable) error of reasoning.

We best endure those frustrations which we have prepared ourselves for and understand, and are hurt most by those we least expected.

Wealth beyond what is natural is of no more use than water to a container that is overflowing.

It’s senseless to worry in advance about death – a state which you are never going to experience.

The problem with patience and discipline is that it requires both of them to develop each of them.

We are perfect when we are where we are and absorbed in what we are doing right at that moment.

We must work at being more objectively aware of ourselves. We cannot refine any part of our daily thought processes if we are not separate from them.

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