“When one studies Buddhism, one studies oneself; when one studies oneself, one forgets oneself; when one forgets oneself, one is enlightened by everything and this very enlightenment breaks the bonds of clinging to both body and mind, not only for oneself but for all beings as well.” — Ven. Dogen-Genjokoan.
“Our goal is to write and publish a manuscript about our solution to David Hilbert’s Tenth Problem. The work is ongoing and very challenging. And we hope to complete our work by January 06, 2023.” — Dave.
“In a democracy, everybody has the chance to be everything. There is no superior race and no inferior race. All of us have royal blood. We’re all God’s children. Everybody matters.”—Rev. Jesse L. Jackson.
“A film about a messed up world and how to fix it. Sprinkled with music, this documentary lyrically weaves a tapestry through 20 countries and is as magical as it is informative.”— One Peace at a Time;
“Instead of focusing on the negative effects of climate change, this documentary spotlights people suggesting solutions and their actions.”— Tomorrow.
“Welcome those big, sticky, complicated problems. In them are your most powerful opportunities.” — R. Marston.
“In July 1915, Albert Einstein paid a visit to the University of Göttingen (Germany) on the invitation of the mathematicianDavid Hilbert (1862-1943). It was a fruitful encounter for both men that continued over the following months with an intense scientific correspondence. Einstein described that period as the most exhausting and stimulating of his entire life, the result of which was a series of studies and articles, authored by one or the other scientist, in which they formulated the equations of the gravitational field of the General Theory of Relativity (GTR)…”
“The further a mathematical theory is developed, the more harmoniously and uniformly does its construction proceed, and unsuspected relations are disclosed between hitherto separated branches of the science.”