Why Wisdom Quotes?Written by Steve Gillman
"What does it profit a man to have gained whole world, and to have lost his soul?" - Jesus Christ
You don't need to be Christian to see wisdom in words of Jesus. Simple quotes from men and women around world, from present day or milleniums past, inspire and instruct us, regardless of religious or spiritual tradition they come from. Nor do spiritual and religious people have a monopoly on wisdom. Quotes that touch on truth of a matter can come from scoundrels, saints, and ordinary people.
Why Wisdom Quotes?
"There are two great disappointments in life: Not getting what you want, and getting it." - George Bernard Shaw
Philosophies and arguments try to "capture" truth in a net of words. This is often to build systems of knowledge, or to satify egos. Wisdom quotes use words to point at truth, so that you can look and see it for yourself. Let me give you an example.
Increasing Reading SpeedWritten by Sanjib Ahmad
Reading is an integral part of our daily work lives. On a typical day, I spend a lot of time reading. For example,
- reading reports - reading emails - reading on web - reading manuals - reading books
It is true that more one reads more one becomes better at it. Therefore, your reading speed can increase if you read a lot. This is natural reading speed development process - read a lot. However, there is a program that claims that it can deliberately increase reading speed. The program is called, "Double Your Reading Speed In Just 16 Minutes".
Here are some points that look interesting: - The program doesn't take a lot of time - 5 pages of notes and 20 minutes of audio clips - Doesn't involve complex exercises - You don't have to practice everyday - Focuses on practical application rather than theory
The product also carries some interesting testimonials on how others benefited from program. Here are a few: