Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Invisibility
         Ideas which most benefit humankind are motivated by the ideals, vision, and virtue of their authors. They are embraced and integrated on their own merit, not from their authors’ needs for visibility fame, or prestige.
         The world’s most creative artists, scientists, philosophers and sages prefer solitude and relative anonymity. Public attention is unwelcome distraction from their creative processes. They receive recognition and compensation for the quality of their lasting contributions to humanity, not for their flamboyance, flash, rebelliousness, or high visibility.
         Be intentionally minimalist, and appear ordinary. There is no need for high visibility. You are truly exceptional, and those who value your qualities and abilities will seek and discover them.


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