The question sounds definite. It seems unequivocal. But even a slight reflection shows it to have more than one meaning. No sooner do we ask the question than we begin to vacillate. Indeed, the ambiguity of the question foils every attempt to push toward the answer without some further preparation. We must, then, clarify the […]Read more "What Is Called Thinking?"
If one loves others, and they do not respond in the same way, one should turn inward and examine one’s own love. If one treats others politely, and they do not return politeness, one should turn inward and examine one’s own politeness. When one does not realize what one desires, one must turn inward and […]Read more "Hardship"