Never promise, even by implication, without fulfilling your promise. The only acceptable alternative to completing an undertaking is to over-fulfil it. To betray any promise, explicit or otherwise, will harm you more than it can harm anyone else.

IDEAS THAT SHAPED OUR MODERN WORLD Muhammad saw the decline in traditional values as a threat to his tribe. He was sure that social reform had to be based on a new spiritual foundation but had no idea that his destiny would be to implement those changes. https://t.co/3DpV5TxU7P

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THE ANSWER
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P: ¿Debe un estudiante ocuparse siempre de trivialidades, como se menciona a menudo en los escritos Sufis?

R: Hay un dicho: “Si buscas pequeñas cosas que hacer y las haces bien, grandes cosas te buscarán y exigirán que las realices.”

El buscador de la verdad

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THE EVOLUTION OF LANGUAGE Numbers and the Making of Us There are predictable numbers in nature, but we humans have an innate, “exact” number sense for numbers only up to three. Beyond three, we can tell when groups of objects are more than or less than one another, but the exact numerical correspondences between quantities are concepts we have to learn. Anthropologist Caleb Everett suggests that “numbers” or “the words and other symbols for specific quantities” are “a key set of linguistically based innovations that has distinguished our species in ways that have been underappreciated. … They have reshaped the human experience.” www.humanjourney.us/numbers-and-the-making-of-us/ ... See MoreSee Less

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