The Wisdom Of Thought A Collection Of Passages Throughout Time

thoughts of wisdom• Fools will think themselves into being the highest of evolved creatures, while wise men know themselves to be associated with the lowest and the highest of beings

• Fools will pride themselves with their years of experience and discipline of a single incarnation, while judging others by this standard. Wise men know the experiences of many incarnations but will remain silent, they judge others by this standard

• Those who are new to spiritual practices in their lifetime may be old souls of many incarnations. Those who are experienced in spiritual practices during their lifetimes are infants from a soul-standpoint

• Fools believe that experience, wisdom, and spiritual development to be related to how physically old the person is, while wise men know that experience, wisdom, and spiritual development is related to the soul

• Fools will only honor those who benefit them, while wise men will honor all whom they benefit from

• A fool will be confused by his own state of mind, while a wise man is in a state of joy for that’s their true nature

• Fools are always attracted to the pseudo-gods of darkness, where wise men are attracted to one god in the form of a bright light

• There’s release and benefit in knowing the truth, while there’s bondage and harm by being deceived by the false

• Always choose to be silent whenever others cowardly speak, yet speak out whenever others are cowardly silent

• Refrain yourself when others foolishly give, but give whenever others foolishly refrain

• Wise men will see divinity in every face, while fools will see fault in every one

• Wise men will respond to an attack with love, while fools will react with fear and anger

• Never be like a fool who always judges others, but instead be wise in judging thyself first

• Never seek out short lived pleasures which will cause you to die as a mortal, but instead seek out eternal values which may transform you into an immortal

• Be wise by living and acting with soul purpose, unlike fools who will live and act carnally

• There are thoughts which brings pain, there are thoughts that bring pleasure, always transcend such ambiguity by transcending your thoughts

• Fools will flee from their problems only to face them again, so be wise, face these problems so you’ll rise higher

• Violence, deceit, selfishness is what maintains mortality, while honesty, selfishness, and non-violence evokes immortality

• Fools believe what they’re not to be what they are, where wise men understands who they are, to be what they are

• Fools are attracted to appearances and thus become deceived, while wise men know their essence becoming liberated

• Death becomes a stranger and feared by fools, while wise men view it as a part of life and welcomed

• Fools will accuse everyone but themselves for their personal issues, while wise men will blame themselves for the problems of the world

• Fools will seek the quickest way and then unknowingly tread the longest path, while wise men will seek the right way knowingly treading the quickest path

• Fools become arrogantly complacent with their abundance, while wise men will give thanks for their mere pittance

• A fool is wise at certain stages of spiritual progress, while a wise man can be a fool at certain stages of their spiritual progression

• Fools will believe complexity to be of true value, while wise men knows simplicity to be of most value

• Wise men who believes themselves wise are foolish, while fools who knows themselves as foolish are wise

• What false beliefs creates is the false ego, while what true knowledge manifests is the true soul

• Fools believe in the mind-body continuum to be themselves and will thus suffer, while wise men know they to be the self and become liberated

• Fools are always attached to worldly phenomena experiencing both pleasure and pain, while wise men will detach themselves from these occurrences and transcend the dual states

• Fools will find ways of working with human laws when conducting their misdeeds, while wise men will simply obey Cosmic laws when conducting their lives

• Those who are beautiful will see their beauty in God’s creation, those who are unattractive sees just the ugliness in everything

• Fools will conform exactly to the letter of the law and are bound by it, while wise men will conform to the spirit of the law and thus become liberated

• Fools understand the false to be true, and the truth to be false, while wise men know the false is always false, and the truth is always true

• Fools believe themselves to be powerful while being dependent on their external supports, while wise men are powerful since they’re dependent upon just their own energy

• Fools wait for their luck, wait for their fate, while wise men will create their own luck and their own fate

• Anything that’s valuable one takes along to the other side, while all that’s worthless one will leave behind

• Fools will boast in seeing God’s light but are untransformed, while wise men are silent in words while loud in virtues

• Fools will always emphasize the pronoun “I,” while wise men no longer has use for their ego

• Fools will always seek quantity over quality, while wise men will seek quality over quantity

• Fools will always judge whatever they see at the surface, what they believe to be, and are thus misled, while wise men will look into their hearts, all their hidden thoughts, the character of mankind, and will judge wisely

• Fools will ignore the costliest things in the world, while wise men will treasure and nurture it lovingly

• Fools believe that they’ve found what they’re searching for and become complacent, while wise men never become complacent regardless where they stand

• Discipline results in liberation or it can result in bondage. Fools will serve discipline where wise men are served by it

• He who knows the least believes himself to know the most, and he who knows the most believes himself to know the least

• The higher that we get the more subtle are the temptations. Fools will always be deluded, become deceived, while wise men will always remain on guard

• Spiritual understanding is always in a constant state of evolution, there’s no moment when a person’s completely right in their comprehension

• The purpose of life is more than just knowing God, as by knowing God, one then becomes aware of more purposes in life

• Fools who think as mortals will as a result suffer, while wise men think as immortals and become liberated

• Fools will unthinkingly follow disciplines without ever questioning their purpose, while wise men will seek to learn their purposes and know their relevancy

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