"From my point of view, he can be called a remarkable man who stands out from those around him by the resourcefulness of his mind, and who knows how to be restrained in the manifestations which proceed from his nature, at the same time conducting himself justly and tolerantly toward the weaknesses of others."
G. I. Gurdjieff
"Objective thought is a look from Above. A look that is free, that can see. Without this look upon me, seeing me, my life is the life of a blind man who goes his way driven by impulse, not knowing either why or how. Without this look upon me, I cannot know that I exist. ... This look makes me both responsible and free."
Jeanne de Salzmann
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