Solitude

The power of solitude

The Power of Solitude – Part III

Distractions, combined with exaggerated control, eliminate pure invention, thus reducing opportunity to progress to the next level of civilisation. It is easier to envision extraordinary things by playing with sticks and stones, than by surfing the Internet. Knowledge is very important – sure – but what is the use of tonnes of absorbed data when it is not objectively scrutinised, challenged, actually doubted? Read moreThe Power of Solitude - Part III

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