By Russ Kick
The proper citation can swap your lifestyles. That compressed idea--expressed in precisely a couple of phrases, a sentence or two--can shift your pondering, set off an epiphany, regulate your approach of seeing the realm. The wisest, such a lot skilled, and so much considerate humans in historical past have left us those little thought-bombs. And this e-book collects them: magnificent, jolting, discomforting, and comforting insights into dwelling a whole, unbridled lifestyles, wondering authority and fact, in terms of fellow people, growing, risking, loving, dwelling with uncertainty, and staying sane in an insane world.
Poets, philosophers, scientists, musicians, artists, presidents, mystics, activists, lecturers, and others rub shoulders, giving us the advantage of their genuinely-earned knowledge, breakthroughs, breakdowns, undesirable offerings, surprising illuminations, and lightning wit. Sharing a few of life's most crucial classes are William Blake and Bruce Lee, Abraham Lincoln and Lorrie Moore, Fyodor Dostoevsky and Terence McKenna, René Magritte and St. Teresa of Avila, Zelda Fitzgerald and James Baldwin, and thousands more.
well prepared into subject matters we ask yourself about, Flash Wisdom's rousing insights and tough suggestions will attract somebody who's looking out, a person who doesn't slot in, somebody who questions the best way issues are...which is to claim, we all
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Flash Wisdom: A Curated Collection of Mind-Blowing, Perspective-Changing Quotes by Russ Kick