Sunday, January 30, 2011

Words of Peace: Santiago, Chile (Sept. 15, 2010)

When you obsess with the battles, you lose track of winning the war.
How many things do you believe in, and how many things do you know?
Do you construct your strategy in things you believe or do you construct your strategy from things you know?  Because, if your strategies are based on things you believe, only believe and do not know, you have very weak strategies.  
You are no warrior.  You forgot your sword.  Your protection is upside down.  You are starting to use your shield as a begging bowl.
In knowing there are no questions.  In believing, that's all you have, because it is a hypotheses built on a figment of imagination. 
It's about you being here on the face of this earth.  This war that you have to win is not somebody else's war that you are going to be winning. It is your war that you have to win. 


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