I do not want my labour to be lost. I mean my labour of good mental assets in manifesto. I do learn in everything and everything learns from me. I hate idleness; I mean idleness of the mind. So I think as I learn, for my labour not to be lost, and as I let my curious self think, I learn in thoughts. If this is perfect then Confucius (551 BC - 479 BC) who had said: Learning without thought is labor lost; thought without learning is perilous, is perfect, not in deeds though. In my learning I find the world labour in ideas and long used orders. I would say they are lovers of them indeed. Should I say, I am making them think? Don Marquis (archy and mehitabel) will say they will hate me, but shall they not love me when I say they are thinking, that is when I finally make them see my reasons? They shall see, O’ yes they must. They must be cured from this disease and I shall be cured by them as well. John Ruskin (1819 - 1900) says it is a disease. It is conscious, I mean this mental act. It includes within it as consciousness of itself, says Franz Brentano. A writer is not described as was, is he? 
To have a good labour, I have founded something kind of philosophical, but more of a personal Intelligent policy (PIP). It is going to be a school of the mind. It shall be named ‘THE MIND ACADEMY’. The Academy is for scholars of the mind, great thinkers of time. Socrates thought of the universe and its ideas. Not of the moon alone whilst leaving the sun for the son. He thought of the moon and sun. But while Aristotle and his cohorts seek for answers, debated of facts and found the fictions, our scholars know the answers. They probe, and later debate a counter-probe. This way, we look both sides of the limit. Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889 - 1951)


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