It's seems great to know "just enough about something to get in trouble." The problem is that then you usually get in trouble. And then you have to get out of trouble. And you need to know a lot more than "just enough" to do that.
To change the world, you have to meet the world on its own terms.
There are no obligations but one: To take responsibly for one's own health and well-being.
All problems are misunderstandings. They represent a paradox in thinking.
(This comes from the thinking that there is no 'No.' There is only 'Yes' and the absence of 'Yes.')
I like laughing about new things and looking at things of depth. My favorite moments, though, are when those two things happen together - to see a old truth in a new light or a new truth in an old light. Those are the best laughs and the deepest insights.
It's hard to find solutions through 1 or through infinity, because, then, all you are left with is luck.
First comes the inspiration which is inspiring. Then comes the work, which is work.
Find something you believe and then do work. Then you find someone else who believes in it, too. Then you work together. Then you find more like-minded people. Then the work goes more quickly. Soon, there is change.