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Solutionism The New Optimism Quotes By Hanshan

I divined and chose a distant place to dwell
T'ien-t'ai; what more is there to say?

Monkeys cry where valley mists are cold,
My grass gate blends with the color of the crags,
I pick leaves to thatch a hut among the pines,
Scoop out a pond and lead a runnel from the spring.

By now I am used to doing without the world,
Picking ferns, I pass the years that are left.
The trail to Cold Mountain is faint
the banks of Cold Stream are a jungle

birds constantly chatter away
I hear no sound of people
gusts of wind lash my face

flurries of snow bury my body
day after day, no sun
year after year no spring. — Hanshan

Solutionism The New Optimism Quotes By Paula Poundstone

It is the best part of the night. The classic interactive lines are 'Where are you from? What do you do for a living?' I almost always get something interesting. — Paula Poundstone

Solutionism The New Optimism Quotes By Nonito Donaire

Everything in our family was always boxing. It was the life my father chose for me. — Nonito Donaire

Solutionism The New Optimism Quotes By Peter H. Diamandis

In 1992, as we sought to establish our permanent terrestrial campus, we put out an RFP (request for proposals) that basically said, "Hi there, we're ISU. We have this concept for a permanent campus. We've held five summer programs in five different cities, and this is our vision for what we want to create and where we want to go. Please tell us how much cash endowment, buildings, and operational money you will give us to bring our vision to your city." Had we gotten no response at all, I would not have been surprised. But that wasn't the case. Within six months, we received seven proposals ranging from $20 million to $50 million in funding, buildings, faculty, equipment, and even the promise of accreditation. In short, everything we needed to implement the next phase of ISU. — Peter H. Diamandis

Solutionism The New Optimism Quotes By Kristin Elyon

I did not want to hurt you earlier," he said. His voice had returned to the even tone from before. "But you are going to have to learn. It might not be something you want to do, but you are no longer allowed to make those decisions. — Kristin Elyon

Solutionism The New Optimism Quotes By Henry Louis Gates

My father and I made genetics history. We were the first African-Americans and the first father and son anywhere to have their genomes sequenced. — Henry Louis Gates

Solutionism The New Optimism Quotes By Mike Ingham

Martin O'Neill, standing, hands on hips, stroking his chin. — Mike Ingham

Solutionism The New Optimism Quotes By Andy Andrews

Our tendency is to try something a few times, and if it works, it gets reinforced, and we continue to do it; if it doesn't work, we abandon it. In psychology this is called the law of effects - we tend to keep doing things we are rewarded for doing. The opposite, however, is also true: we tend to avoid what punishes us or gives us pain. — Andy Andrews

Solutionism The New Optimism Quotes By Henry Ford

Many people are busy trying to find better ways of doing things that should not have to be done at all. There is no progress in merely finding a better way to do a useless thing. — Henry Ford

Solutionism The New Optimism Quotes By Joseph C Zinker

In the process of making anything, a person moves beyond personal expression to make something that stands by itself. The work acquires its own internal validity, its own integrity. — Joseph C Zinker

Solutionism The New Optimism Quotes By Alix Kates Shulman

Fiction is ideally suited to re-creating the important emotional aspects of history. — Alix Kates Shulman

Solutionism The New Optimism Quotes By Hermann Hesse

Not everyone is allotted the chance to become a personality; most remain types, and never experience the rigor of becoming an individual. But those who do so inevitably discover that these struggles bring them into conflict with the normal life of average people and the traditional values and bourgeois conventions that they uphold. A personality is the product of a clash between two opposing forces: the urge to create a life of one's own and the insistence by the world around us that we conform. Nobody can develop a personality unless he undergoes revolutionary experiences. The extent of those experiences differs, of course, from person to person, as does the capacity to lead a life that is truly personal and unique. — Hermann Hesse

Solutionism The New Optimism Quotes By Toba Beta

What comes out of a pure-hearted,
fluently written by an open-minded. — Toba Beta

Solutionism The New Optimism Quotes By Sun Tzu

6. There is no instance of a country having benefited from prolonged warfare. 7. It is only one who is thoroughly acquainted with the evils of war that can thoroughly understand the profitable way of carrying it on. [That is, with rapidity. Only one who knows the disastrous effects of a long war can realize the supreme importance of rapidity in bringing it to a close. Only — Sun Tzu