The Russell Museum - Perhaps the crowning achievement of my entire life. After this, I truly feel like I can do anything. The hardest work I have ever done also happens to be the most rewarding work. Imagine that?
If I have one piece of advice for the young it is this: Don't ever think that life should be easy. For if it was, it would never be rewarding. Your discontent with the world isn't the fault of your parents, politicians, the government, or God, but rather your failure to work hard for what you truly desire. No man or woman who ever made something of themselves did so without hard work. Effort is the result of one's willpower to act in the face of uncertainty and possible failure. With hard work also comes self-esteem. They go hand in hand. As long as men are free, excuses will never lessen the discontent of your own inaction. Your life is your own. Now live it!
President, University of Science and Philosophy
Do not limit your points of view, lest your surveillances become fogged. Don't give any one source your full allegiance, lest you become easily manipulated. Broaden your horizon with discernment, not belief in a certain outcome. Invest in your own life before you invest in others. Do not be so over extended that you cannot recoil at a moment's notice. Do not be so involved in something that you cannot fathom other possibilities. When your mind is centered, deliberate extensions and retractions lay at your fingertips.
With respect to human beings, doing what is right is the hardest thing. Being a moral and virtuous human is extremely difficult and challenging, especially in the face of this onslaught of evil. Evil is easy. Look how many fools practice in its ways. If one desires to survive this novel period in time, one must be ready within to meet all obstacles without. Whatever way—whichever challenge Nature brings to your door, be prepared to meet it and you will ride the wave to victory.
Metascientist | Philosopher | Poet