I have come across the most plausable reading material I have even laid eyes upon. It has opened my mind to infallible, exotic levels of understanding.
If it suits that person's interests then so be it.
Edit: I read the other half of the reading, and found it to be religion-based. It's enormously muzzling to me how he incorporates many things that make complete sense (like 90% of the reading), but then includes things that don't make any sense whatsoever (ther other 10% of the article, explaing the concept of eternal unity with the Infinite Being). Although I tend to believe there is a God more now than before, I'm still an Atheist for reasons he couldn't explain, I presume.
"My mountain teacher speaks, pleased at this brief insight, telling me that every person of every race and every partaker of every outlook has a way that is judged by that person as right."
"Suddenly I see the obvious, which for so long has eluded me. Lasting fulfillment can only come from setting goals that do not lose their luster with time. I must perceive and select changeless values to serve as the basis for my personal goals."
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The possible pain, suffering and sacrifice of discovery are by no means an excuse to remain ignorant.
The bartering of things sought earned are by a means which only little men can abide by and hope to achieve.