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[Quote No.58568] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Know that prudent, cautious, self-control Is wisdom's root. " - Robert Burns
(1759-1796)
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[Quote No.58582] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"[Freedom of thought, speech, expression and press versus censorship and propaganda:] If a book be false in its facts, disprove them; if false in its reasoning, refute it. But for God's sake, let us freely hear both sides if we choose." - Thomas Jefferson
(1743 - 1826)
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[Quote No.58589] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Always carry a notebook. Write everything down. ... That is a million dollar lesson they don't teach you in business school!" - Aristotle Onassis
Greek shipping magnate.
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[Quote No.58592] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Parents know that education for their children is the only route out of poverty!" - Michael Barber
Pearson's chief education adviser. [http://www.wired.com/2016/04/apec-schools/?mbid=nl_41216 ]
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[Quote No.58594] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"The most useful piece of learning for the uses of life is to unlearn what is untrue." - Antisthenes

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[Quote No.58597] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Everything is either an opportunity to grow or an obstacle to keep you from growing. You get to choose!" - Wayne Dyer

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[Quote No.58606] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"[Listen more than you speak:] When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new. " - Dalai Lama

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[Quote No.58608] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Nurture your mind with great thoughts." - Benjamin Disraeli
British Prime Minister and author. In his novel 'Coningsby' (1844).
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[Quote No.58612] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"All truly wise thoughts have been thought [stated, quoted, etc] already thousands of times [throughout history]; but to make them truly ours, we must think them over again honestly, till they take firm root in our personal experience. " - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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[Quote No.58615] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Associate reverently and as much as you can with your loftiest thoughts. Each thought that is welcomed and recorded is a nest egg, by the side of which more will be laid." - Henry David Thoreau

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[Quote No.58616] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"It is a trite but true observation that examples work more forcibly on the mind than precepts." - Henry Fielding

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[Quote No.58652] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence." - Carl Sagan

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[Quote No.58661] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Colors fade, temples crumble, empires fall, but wise words endure." - Dame Sybil Thorndike

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[Quote No.58666] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"[It is important to be skeptical:] A man who seeks truth and loves it must be reckoned precious to any human society." - Frederick the Great

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[Quote No.58690] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"[Understanding is the structure of and relationship between ideas, not just the ideas themselves:] Science is built with facts as a house is with stones, but a collection of facts is no more a science than a heap of stones is a house." - Jules Henri Poincaré
(1854-1912), mathematician, physicist, and philosopher.
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[Quote No.58714] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Of all people only those are at leisure who make time for philosophy, only those are really alive. For they not only keep a good watch over their own lifetimes, but they annex every age to theirs. All the years that have passed before them are added to their own. Unless we are very ungrateful, all those distinguished founders of holy creeds were born for us and prepared for us a way of life. By the toil of others we are led into the presence of things which have been brought from darkness into light. ... From them you can take whatever you wish: it will not be their fault if you do not take your fill from them. What happiness, what a fine old age awaits the man who has made himself a client of these! He will have friends whose advice he can ask on the most important or the most trivial matters, whom he can consult daily about himself, who will tell him the truth without insulting him and praise him without flattery, who will offer him a pattern on which to model himself. ... We are in the habit of saying that it was not in our power to choose the parents who were allotted to us, that they were given to us by chance. But we can choose whose children we would like to be. There are households of the noblest intellects: choose the one into which you wish to be adopted, and you will inherit not only their name but their property too. Nor will this property need to be guarded meanly or grudgingly: the more it is shared out, the greater it will become. These will offer you a path to immortality and raise you to a point from which no one is cast down. This is the only way to prolong mortality - even to convert it to immortality." - Seneca
Quotes from his book, 'On the Shortness of Life'.
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[Quote No.58719] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"[Skepticism is important:] It is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone, to believe anything upon insufficient evidence." - William Kingdon Clifford
(1845-1879), mathematician and philosopher.
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[Quote No.58799] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Everyone wants to live on top of the mountain, but all the ...growth occurs while you're climbing it." - Andy Rooney

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[Quote No.58801] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"It is by logic that we prove but by intuition that we discover." - Henri Poincaré
Jules Henri Poincaré was a French mathematician, theoretical physicist, engineer, and a philosopher of science.
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[Quote No.58822] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"If you're not learning while you're earning, you're cheating yourself out of the better portion of your compensation." - Napoleon Hill

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[Quote No.58833] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Most people are willing to pay more to be amused than to be educated." - Robert Savage

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[Quote No.58853] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"[The importance of focused attention and the old saying 'use it or lose it' regarding neuroplasticity and memory and skills:] ...There's an old saying in neuroscience: neurons that fire together wire together. This means the more you run a neuro-circuit in your brain, the stronger that circuit becomes. This is why, to quote another old saw, practice makes perfect. The more you practice piano, or speaking a language, or juggling, the stronger those circuits get. The ability to learn is about more than building and strengthening neural connections. For years this has been the focus for learning new things. But as it turns out, the ability to learn is about more than building and strengthening neural connections. Even more important is our ability to break down the old ones. It's called 'synaptic pruning.' Here's how it works. ... Imagine your brain is a garden, except instead of growing flowers, fruits, and vegetables, you grow synaptic connections between neurons. These are the connections that neurotransmitters like dopamine, serotonin, and others travel across. 'Glial cells' are the gardeners of your brain - they act to speed up signals between certain neurons. But other glial cells are the waste removers, pulling up weeds, killing pests, raking up dead leaves. Your brain's pruning gardeners are called 'microglial cells.' They prune your synaptic connections. The question is, how do they know which ones to prune? Researchers are just starting to unravel this mystery, but what they do know is the synaptic connections that get used less get marked by a protein, C1q (as well as others). When the microglial cells detect that mark, they bond to the protein and destroy - or prune - the synapse. This is how your brain makes the physical space for you to build new and stronger connections so you can learn more. ... When you learn lots of new things, your brain builds connections, but they're inefficient, ad hoc connections. Your brain needs to prune a lot of those connections away and build more streamlined, efficient pathways. It does that when we sleep. Your brain cleans itself out when you sleep - your brain cells shrinking by up to 60% to create space for your glial gardeners to come in take away the waste and prune the synapses. Have you ever woken up from a good night's rest and been able to think clearly and quickly? That's because all the pruning and pathway-efficiency that took place overnight has left you with lots of room to take in and synthesize new information - in other words, to learn. ... To take advantage of your brain's natural gardening system, simply think about [focus on] the things that are important to you [and distract your attention from those things that you don't need and want to forget]. Your gardeners will strengthen those connections and prune the ones that you care about less. It's how you help the garden of your brain flower." - Judah Pollack and Olivia Fox
Published May 11th, 2016. [http://www.fastcompany.com/3059634/your-most-productive-self/your-brain-has-a-delete-button-heres-how-to-use-it]
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[Quote No.58911] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Alternative models [hypotheses, theories, philosophies, beliefs, etc] are neither right nor wrong, just more or less useful in allowing us to operate in the world and discover more and better options for solving problems." - Dr. Andrew Weil
American physician, author, spokesperson, and broadly described 'guru' for holistic health and integrative medicine, whose names also constitute an emerging brand of healthcare services and products in these fields.
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[Quote No.58927] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Among other things, neuroplasticity means that [knowledge, skills and attitudes, like] emotions such as happiness and compassion can be cultivated in much the same way that a person can learn through repetition to play golf and basketball or master a musical instrument, and that such practice changes the activity and physical aspects of specific brain areas." - Dr. Andrew Weil
American physician, author, spokesperson, and broadly described 'guru' for holistic health and integrative medicine, whose names also constitute an emerging brand of healthcare services and products in these fields.
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[Quote No.58938] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"A wise man should ... learn how by his own thought to derive benefit [lessons, insight and wisdom] from his illnesses [challenges, delays, mistakes, failures]." - Hippocrates
(460 BC - 370 BC), Hippocrates of Kos, also known as Hippocrates II, was a Greek physician of the Age of Pericles, and is considered one of the most outstanding figures in the history of medicine and is sometimes called 'the father of medicine'.
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[Quote No.58986] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Philosophy ought to question [doubt and be sceptical of] the basic assumptions of the age. Thinking through, critically and carefully, what most of us take for granted is, I believe, the chief task of philosophy, and the task that makes philosophy a worthwhile activity." - Peter Singer
Philosopher
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[Quote No.58988] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Today, if you have an Internet connection, you have at your fingertips an amount of information previously available only to those with access to the world's greatest libraries - indeed, in most respects what is available through the Internet dwarfs those libraries, and it is incomparably easier to find what you need." - Peter Singer
Philosopher
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[Quote No.59116] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Although scientists can often be as resistant to new ideas as anyone, the process of science ensures that, over time, good ideas and theories prevail." - Dean Ornish
American physician, president and founder of the non-profit Preventive Medicine Research Institute in Sausalito, California, Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, and author.
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[Quote No.59117] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"I usually find that the process of discovery is more interesting than the answers." - Dean Ornish
American physician, president and founder of the nonprofit Preventive Medicine Research Institute in Sausalito, California, Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, and author.
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[Quote No.59154] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"[Memory:] After the initial critical learning period of youth is over, the areas of the brain that need to be 'turned on' to allow enhanced, long lasting learning can only be activated when something important, surprising, or novel occurs, or if we make the effort to pay close attention." - Norman Doidge

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[Quote No.59157] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"[Learning and memory:] If you want to lift a hundred pounds, you don't expect to succeed the first time. You start with a lighter weight and work up little by little. You actually fail to lift a hundred pounds, every day, until the day you succeed. But it is in the days when you are exerting yourself [persisting] that the growth is occurring." - Norman Doidge

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[Quote No.59191] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"[Critical, skepticism is important in the search for Truth: For example, regarding a healthy, natural diet:] - 'The Information Myth: Is More (Always) Better?' - Every day, like never before in history, we are overwhelmed with information and much of it is stories about diets, foods, nutrients, and diseases, good and bad. Much of the news is confusing and conflicting. One day, coffee causes cancer. The next day, coffee cures cancer. Here are 4 points to consider in regard to understanding all this info. ----- 1) The Signal to Noise Ratio: According to IBM, 90 percent of the data in the world was created within the last few years. So one problem is what we call the signal-to-noise ratio — the amount of meaningful information relative to the overall amount information is declining. We're not that much smarter than we used to be, even though we have much more information — and that means the real skill now is learning how to pick out the useful information from all this noise. This means people have to work harder to consume it: categorizing information, sorting facts from opinions, and putting everything in context. Unless we take the time to do that, and have the skills to do it well, we could actually be less knowledgeable. ----- 2) The Chemical Soup: Recently, researchers identified 40 common food ingredients that had articles reporting on their cancer risk. Of 264 single-study assessments, 72% concluded that the tested food was associated with an increased or a decreased risk. However, 75% of the risk estimates were very weak or had no statistical significance. When all studies on a item were combines for their overall risk was very week and had little to any significance. In other words, the relative risk for most items we hear featured in the news, when properly analyzed was basically non existent. In layman's tens, many single studies highlight implausibly large effects (which get reported in the media), even though evidence is very weak. When all the studies on an item are pooled together, the effect sizes shrinks to basically nothing (which does not get reported in the media). ----- 3) Failure to Replicate: One very key factor in science is that if I do a study and find a result, that someone else can 'replicate' it and get the same result. However, A number of empirical studies show that 80-90% of the claims we hear about in the news, fail to replicate. ----- 4) How Science Really Works: Outside of the media hoopla on these topics through its various outlets, a real scientist and student of health should not be swayed by the results of any one study - ever. The reason is, true science is really a slow-moving unfolding of information that builds on what is known and adds to it little by little over time. It also looks for and acknowledges its own flaws and weaknesses. It makes conclusions based on established and proven methods that deal with methodology, power, strength and levels of significance. It doesn't suddenly jump from one place to another every time a new study comes out. Eggs didn't go from bad to good this week and neither did coffee and no, butter is not back on the menu. Science is not determined by popular vote, public opinion, religious beliefs, (individual experience) or marketing and advertising. Science is determined by careful and critical consideration of the evidence and the strength of that evidence. Scientists are not polled for their opinions and the ideas of the majority put forward as the scientific reality." - Jeff Novick, MS, RDN
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[Quote No.59197] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"[In the eternal search for helpful, practical truth and wisdom questioning, doubt and scepticism are essential. Remember...] The first principle is that you must not fool yourself — and you are the easiest person to fool." - Richard Feynman
(1918 – 1988), famous American theoretical physicist who shared the 1965 Nobel Prize in Physics.
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[Quote No.59203] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Exercise is the chief source of improvement in our faculties." - Hugh Blair

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"The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience [and thereby to learn, grow and evolve into our best possible selves for the good of all of us]." - Eleanor Roosevelt

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[Quote No.59353] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"[Skepticism is a vital attitude to develop or else we may fool ourselves into believing and then making choices and pursuing actions that are actually against truth and our own and others' best interests:] What a man believes upon grossly insufficient evidence is an index into his desires — desires of which he himself is often unconscious. If a man is offered a fact which goes against his instincts, he will scrutinize it closely, and unless the evidence is overwhelming, he will refuse to believe it. If, on the other hand, he is offered something which affords a reason for acting in accordance to his instincts, he will accept it even on the slightest evidence. The origin of myths is explained in this way." - Bertrand Russel
Famous and respected British philosopher, mathematician and author.
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[Quote No.59391] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Listen to everyone, follow no one." - Dean Karnazes
American ultra-marathon runner, and author of 'Ultramarathon Man: Confessions of an All Night Runner', which details ultra endurance running for the general public.
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"Dispositions of the mind, like limbs of the body, acquire [and keep] strength by exercise." - Thomas Jefferson

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[Quote No.59482] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Prepare yourself for the world, as athletes used to do for their exercises; oil your mind and your manners, to give them the necessary suppleness and flexibility..." - Lord Chesterfield

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"There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth: Not going all the way, and not starting. " - Buddha

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[Quote No.59563] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"[Being comprehensive and skeptical are important when searching for the Truth, in order to be intelligently free and make wise, informed choices:] An unflinching determination to take the whole evidence into account is the only method of preservation against the fluctuating extremes of fashionable opinion." - Alfred North Whitehead
English mathematician and philosopher.
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[Quote No.59566] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"What is most important in the study of history is what people believe to be true - that's far more important than what the good, grey historian may later prove the truth to have been." - Robin Winks
(1930-2003), Robin W. Winks was an American academic, historian, diplomat, and writer.
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"An [historical] era can be said to end when its basic illusions are exhausted." - Arthur Miller
American playwright
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"One of the uses of history is to free us of a falsely imagined past." - Robert Bork
legal scholar
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"Everyone you meet has some interest you don't have. The judicious use of ears will suffice to acquire it." - William Somerset Maugham

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[Quote No.59606] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"What nobler employment, or more valuable to the state [and society], than that of the man [woman, teacher] who instructs the rising generation?" - Cicero

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[Quote No.59608] Need Area: Mind > Learn
"Good ideas are elusive and must be captured in flight ... jot down a good thought the moment after it lights up your mind." - Henry Hazlitt

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"Experience is the child of thought, and thought is the child of action." - Benjamin Disraeli

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"[All history of conflict and war is subjective and biased because...] Chief among the spoils of victory is the privilege of writing the history." - Mark Alexander
Editor and Publisher of Patriot Post. Source: Patriot Post, No. 06-07; Published 17 February 2006.
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"[History is highly subjective and biased:] History is fables agreed upon." - Voltaire
(1694-1778), pen-name of François Marie Arouet.
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