Thursday, April 30, 2009

M. Scott Peck

"Most do not fully see this truth that life is difficult. Instead they moan more or less incessantly, noisily or subtly, about the enormity of their problems, their burdens, and their difficulties as if life were generally easy, as if life should be easy. They voice their belief, noisily or subtly, that their difficulties represent a unique kind of affliction that should not be and that has somehow been especially visited upon them, or else upon their families, their tribe, their class, their nation, their race or even their species, and not upon others." "Problems do not go away. They must be worked through or else they remain, forever a barrier to the growth and development of the spirit."

- M. Scott Peck

1 comment:

  1. Observances such as his, profound though it may be, generally are experienced as epiphanies in temporary.....if recognized at all.

    Those who have participated in wars never forget it. Life is work and extremely tentative. How industrialism has funded such illogical reasoning for the last 5 generations............

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