Where It's Happening

Shakespeare knew where the significant action takes place. He wrote, "...there is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so." Hamlet, Act II, scene 2;

The same object that is a delight to one—such as an onion— is a horror to another. Our subjective mental states constitute our experience.

When the mistaken concept of the earth as flat held sway in human thought, it had a dominant effect upon experience. It caused people to be afraid of something they had no need to fear. It limited progress and restricted discovery. But the correct concept of the earth as round destroyed the fear and removed the limitation and restriction. The opening of the New World and its vast resources came not through changing the world but through replacing misconceptions with the true concept.

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I Feel My Destiny Is...
June 6, 1977

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