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"Not everything about mathematics is realistic maybe because the world is not ideal"

“Not everything about mathematics is realistic maybe because other perspectives-routes to solving the problem-equations have not been taken into consideration-discovered”

“Not everything about mathematics is realistic maybe because they are various ways-perspectives of solving-looking at a problem rather than the already discovered ways”


"A genius is one that bridges ~ connects ~ explains ~ takes us closer to sanity while enabling us see ~ appreciate ~ acknowledge how farther (our trail is away from insanity) we've walked away from insanity"

"A genius is one who derives, adopts, adapts and creates from the original"

"Wisdom is exhibited by knowing, knowing appropriately, understanding, understanding appropriately, and then doing and doing appropriately-rightly-accordingly-ideally and not solely by subjectiveness (prejudice)".... while learning, by comparison, study, wholeheartedness (totality of effort), diligence, sincerity, impartiality, transparency, openness, reception..."

"A genius is one who has some knowledge or understanding about and between the actual and the ideal (original)"

“Knowing the truth is not wisdom, wisdom is doing the truth”

"Our choices in deciding certain things in life are reflections of our motives, what we
are, and a partial reflection of who we are"


"Who we are is defined and what we choose to do is not an excuse for who we are"

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