Quote – Systems Thinking Complexity

Systems thinking teaches us that there are two types of ComplexitySystems thinking teaches us that there are two types of Complexity – The ”detail complexity” of many variables and “dynamic complexity” when “cause and effect” are not close in time and space, and obvious interventions do not produce expected outcomes. Systems thinking teaches us that there are two types of Complexity

— Peter M. Senge

Quote – A Book May Be

A book may be as great a thing as a battle.

–Benjamin Disraeli

Quote – books worth reading once are worth reading twice

You will find that most books worth reading once are worth reading twice.

John Morley

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Quote – What is not worth reading more than once

What is not worth reading more than once is not worth reading at all.

C. J. Weber

Quote – What gunpowder did for war, the printing-press has done for the mind

What gunpowder did for war, the printing-press has done for the mind; and the statesman is no longer clad in the steel of special education, but every reading [person] is his judge.

Wendell Phillips

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Quote – The habit and power of reading with reflection

The habit and power of reading with reflection, comprehension, and memory all alert and awake, does not come at once to the natural [person] any more than many other sovereign virtues.

— John Morley

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Quote – learning one gets by observation and experience

That learning which thou gettest by thy own observation and experience is far beyond that which thou gettest by precept; as the knowledge of a traveler exceeds that which is got by reading.

— Thomas à Kempis