Words From The Work

  • Mathematics If we do what we like doing, we are immediately rewarded by the pleasure of doing it. If we do what we don’t like doing the reward must come later. It is a mathematical law and all life is mathematics. ~G Share this:ShareClick to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook ...
  • The Mirage of Man You want to study psychology, but you have no psyche — so how can you study what does not exist yet? You wish to know yourself as a man, but you are not a man yet, only a machine; so you must begin to study yourself as a machine. Psychology is only the study of ...
  • Spirituality In man the growth of conscience consists in the growth of the intellect and the growth of superior emotions which accompany it (aesthetic, religious, moral); in growing they become more intellectual and, at the same time, the intellect assimilates the emotions. “Spirituality” is a fusion of intellect with superior emotions. ~G . . . You must see that ...
  • Two Kinds of Love There are two kinds of love: one, the love of a slave; the other, which must be acquired by work. The first has no value at all; only the second has value, that is, love acquired through work. This is the love about which all religions speak. If you love when “it” loves, it does ...
  • Energy We always use more energy than is necessary, by using unnecessary muscles, by allowing thoughts to revolve and reacting too much with feelings. Relax muscles, use only those necessary, store thoughts and don’t express feelings unless you wish. Don’t be affected by externals as they are harmless in themselves; we allow ourselves to be hurt. ...
  • The Horse Must Change Inside us we have a horse; it obeys orders from outside. And our mind is too weak to do anything inside. Even if the mind gives the order to stop, nothing will stop inside. We educate nothing but our mind. We know how to behave with such and such. “Goodbye” “How do you do?” But it ...