A Quote by Chris Fenwick on einstein, choice, and richard bach
Character of Rene speaking on our choice in the matter – how our thinking literally creates reality.
“Einstein once said, ‘The problem will not be solved by the same minds that created it.’ I always thought that meant that different people needed to come in to solve our problems. But what about our personal problems? Someone else can’t necessarily come in and solve them for us. I, … realized that it isn’t someone else’s mind that is needed, it is a change of mind that is needed. We can change our own minds! We have the choice to relinquish our past and choose a new set of possibilities. All we have to do is change our minds. Einstein also knew it wouldn’t be easy. … He said, ‘Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.”
Character of Fritz speaking on our choice in the matter – how our thinking literally creates reality.
“We become accustomed to what we believe reality to be and we are overwhelmingly convinced that we are limited in our ability to make that reality any different. We must give up these convictions and limitations. I think it was Richard Bach who said, ‘Argue for your limitations, and sure enough, they are yours.’”
Source: the 100th human, Pages: 186
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