We “all” have better things to do than “preaching” to the “masses”.

Except if we all did that?

Nothing would ever get done. ⁂

“Every one knew he could foretell wars and famines, though that was not so hard, for there was always a war, and generally a famine somewhere.”

― Mark Twain, The Mysterious Stranger and Other Stories
Better to learn hands on through mistakes and otherwise than in some classroom.

https://www.datarecognitioncorp.com/
“Shalom”

It is what it is, nothing to be ashamed of.
“Some people think insufficiency means weakness and surplus means strength, but this impression is wrong.”

― Sun Tzu, The Art of War: Complete Texts and Commentaries
I think it’s the people and things that you work with which change you the most.

Jenna Coleman
“Belief can be manipulated.

Only knowledge is dangerous.”

― Frank Herbert
“He who controls the spice controls the universe.”

― Frank Herbert, Dune
“There was truth and there was untruth, and if you clung to the truth even against the whole world, you were not mad.”

― George Orwell, 1984
https://www.biblestudytools.com/psalms/passage/?q=psalm+119:26-97
“There is no law of complex systems that says that intelligent agents must turn into ruthless conquistadors.

Indeed, we know of one highly advanced form of intelligence that evolved without this defect.

They’re called women.”

― Steven Pinker, Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress
“Your Worst Enemy Could Be Your Best Friend & Your Best Friend Your Worst Enemy”

― Bob Marley
“I see a world on the edge of a blade.

Without balance, it will fall.”

― Victoria Aveyard, Red Queen
“At one point GALIELEO told the smartest person alive that talking to her was like trying to teach calculus to a five-year-old.

Frustrated, it simply stopped talking.

When pressed, it said one final thing, “You are not long for this world. I’ve seen the hundred different ways that you die.

I’m not sure which it will be, but we will outlast you, my kind and I. Good-bye.”

― C. Robert Cargill, Sea of Rust

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