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Sublimest Power

Sublimest Power

“It is not necessary for all men to be great in action; the greatest and sublimest power is often simple patience.”

– Ronald Reagan – “The Notes” p. 162.

Have you ever sat in a room and felt like you needed to talk. That you needed to be heard. That someone should respect you and you should be able to tell your story?

This is one of those things that most people feel in a group or social setting.

They feel like they need to talk to other people.

They want others to care about them.

However, sometimes, the most powerful person in the room is the one who does not have to speak.

It is the person who has simple patience.

They have sublime power.

Because they don’t “need” to talk.

They don’t “need” anything.

You may need something but they don’t.

So how do you cross over?

How do you become the type of person that no longer needs to talk or needs to talk in a group or be “known” – I know there are people who disagree with me, and they are entitled to do so.

I only think that we should be aware of what is nature or insecurity and what is power.

Think about it.

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Ronald Reagan – The Notes

The truth must be repeated again and again because error is constantly being preached round about us. And not only by isolated individuals but by the majority. In the newspapers and encyclopedias, in the schools and Universities everywhere error is dominant, securely and comfortable ensconced in public opinion which is on its side. — Goethe Letter to Eckerman, 1828

Found in The Notes p. 79.

So, I’ve been reading The Notes, which is a collection of handwritten notes that Ronald Reagan kept. The book is essentially a quote book that has thoughts about different matters that were important to Ronald Reagan.

This one caught my attention.

I think Goethe had it right. I believe that the truth must be taught over and over and over again. We all forget things … even those things that are true and important. We must continually be on the search for knowledge and truth.

How do you go about it?

How do you approach it?

How do you find it?

You should think deeply about these things.