Le Penseur and his vexations

Saturday, September 22nd, 2007 UTC

In the end, what we should pay attention to is not our thoughts in themselves, but what we think about our thoughts.

If we latch onto a thought, it is not the thought which matters, but the latching. No matter how genius a thought it could have been, if we adhere to it it stagnates and we are not geniuses, but close-minded idiots.

If we advertise a thought, we achieve a similar result.

If we are reluctant to harbor a thought, then this thought has shamed us.

If we lovingly and intensely admire a thought, only then we are well-justified to think it.


2 Responses to “Le Penseur and his vexations”

  1. Mr. Queasy Says:

    Alas, Le Penseur has indeed valid motives to be disgruntled.

    Surely more than couple o’ people could use a read or two of this particular musing.

    If only, if only were I like Le Penseur, being myself a well-justified and tangible thought could I produce thoughts worth thinking. But, would this might be right? Even though a well-thought thought, Le Penseur is but a rock.

  2. that so poetic it touched ma hart.

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