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On virtue, happiness, thought, contemplation (Aristotle)… — for much deliberation

“If happiness consist of virtuous activity, it must be the activity of the highest virtue, or in other words, of the best part of our nature. …We conclude then that happiness reaches as far as the power of thought does, and that the greater a person’s power of thought, the greater will be his happiness; […]

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The power of being the fool sometimes

                                 ” One of the most difficult things to do

                                                  is playing the fool,

                                        but I tell you my dear friend,

                          even in the pack of cards, the joker is the wild card.”

                                                                                                                            Sebastian Enukorah

This is so important that many of us forget it, and this is what Robert Greene the author of 48 laws of power meant when he said assume formless, and it is the most powerful and most important of all 48 laws which explains why it ends these laws. Continue reading “The power of being the fool sometimes”