Use Your Mind Wisely. Be Healthy, Be Happy, Be Sencio.
Thomas Merton
1915 - 1968
“We have what we seek,
it is there all the time,
and if we give it time,
it will make itself known to us.”
Joan Of Arc
1412-1431
“ Help yourself ...
and God will help you.”

Mahatma Gandhi
1869-1948

“Nobody can hurt me
without my permission.”

Saint Thomas Aquinas
1225-1227
“Beware of the person of one book.”

C.S. Lewis
1898-1963
"We are what we believe we are."
Confucius
551 BC - 479 BC
"Everything has its beauty
but not everyone sees it."
Aristotle
384-322 BC
"Happiness depends upon ourselves."
Mother Theresa
1910-1997
"If you judge people,
you have no time to love them."
Descartes
1596-1650
"It is not enough to have a good mind.
The main thing is to use it well."
Martin Luther King, Jr.
1929-1968
"Injustice anywhere is a
threat to justice everywhere."
Marcus Aurelius
121-180
"He who lives in harmony with himself
lives in harmony with the universe. "
Elisabeth Kubler Ross
1926-2004
“Learn to get in touch with the
silence within yourself, and know
that everything in life has purpose. ”
John Calvin
1509-1564
“I consider looseness with words
no less of a defect
than looseness of the bowels.”
Anthony De Mello
1931 - 1987
“There is only one cause of unhappiness:
the false beliefs you have in your head,
beliefs so widespread, so commonly held,
that it never occurs to you to question them."
Susan B. Anthony
1820-1906
“I always distrust people who
know so much about what God
wants them to do to their fellows.”
Cicero
106BC – 43BC
“There is no duty more obligatory
than the repayment of kindness.”
Carl Jung
1875-1961
"Everything that irritates us about
others can lead us to a better
understanding of ourselves."
Fannie Lou Hamer
1917-1977
“Nobody's free
until everybody's free.”

John Locke
1632 - 1704io
“What worries you, masters you.”
Plato
427BC - 347BC
“Courage is knowing what not to fear.”
Anne Frank
1929-1945
“I don't think of all the misery
but of the beauty that still remains.”
Machiavelli
1469-1527
“Politics have no relation to morals.”
Soren Kierkegaard
1813-1855
“Face the facts of being what you are,
for that is what changes what you are”
SITTING BULL
1831-1890
“Let us put our minds together and see
what life we can make for our children.”
Montesquieu
1689-1755
“The less men think, the more they talk.”
Henry David Thoreau
1817 - 1862
“If the government requires
you to be unjust to another,
then, I say, break the law.”
SUN TZU
544 BC - 496 BC
“Can you imagine
what I would do if I did all I can?”
Blaise Pascal
1623-1662

“Kind words do not cost much.
Yet they accomplish much.”
Pandita Ramabai
1858-1922o
“How true is the claim that
a civilization should be judged
by the conditions of its women.”
Socrates
470 BC – 399 BC
“Wisdom begins in wonder.”
...SENCIO: [Sen-See-O] from "Sense"
........Noun
......1 Thought
......2 A keen intuitive awareness of, or sensitivity to,
........ the presence or importance of something.
......3 A sane and realistic attitude to situations and problems.
........Verb
......1 To think.
......2 To be aware of.
......3 To be aware that something is the case
.........without being able to define exactly how one knows.
........Adjective
......1 Philosophic
......2 Free thinking
......3 Precise, definitive, absolute,.
....... . .. Also
......Humble, Uncomplicated, Basic.

........ORIGIN (as a noun): from Latin sensus ‘faculty of feeling, thought, meaning,’
........................from sentire ‘feel.’ The verb dates from the mid 16th century.
........................The.adjective is modern.

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