Self-Transformation & Money

True game-changers, the architects of the future …Never follow time…. Time follows them …

To understand a tree, go to the root. Master the subtext, and you shall master all colors, and innovations.

“Adopt a systematic study of the way All things change into one another; pay Constant attention to this aspect of nature And train yourself in it. Nothing is so conducive to greatness of Mind.” – MARCUS AURELIUS

The Universe is not there, but here.

Why do people live? For the dream of a more hopeful world. A world where all living things are bound together in harmony, like the stars of our galaxy. This aspiration knows no distance … It has no flag nor hymn … It belongs to the spirit of every heart.

Those who forget to see the future … are those who can’t see that the butterfly in London flaps an earthquake in the Black Sea.

“Nearly all men can stand adversity … But if you want to test a Man’s character……Give him Power.” – Abraham Lincoln

There is no Time. Break the gravity of your mind, curve the clock’s chronicles. And expand your mind to see a thousand years ahead


8,000 years separate the Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions.

120 years separate the Industrial Revolution and the light bulb.

90 years separate the light bulb and the landing on the moon.

22 years separate the landing on the moon and the worldwide web.

9 years separate the worldwide web and the sequencing of the human genome.

“If I have ever seen farther, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” ISAAC NEWTON

Genius is one percent inspiration … ninety nine percent perspiration.


“What worth does ‘talent’ have if not transformed into innovation?” The Equation Book quote

Logic is a systematic method of coming to the wrong conclusion with confidence. MURPHY’S LAW

Just because something makes sense, it doesn’t mean it will work.

It is easy to see the obvious, but it takes greatness
to see the future that lies beneath the surface.

“What upsets people is not things themselves but their judgment about the things.”– EPICTETUS

“History will be kind to me … for I intend to write it.” – WINSTON CHURCHILL

“The Future isn’t a gift, but an achievement.”– JFK

Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice, it is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved.” WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN

OUT OF EMERGENCY … COMES EMERGENCE – The Equation book quote.

“To be worn out … is to be renewed.” LAO TZU

“The darkest hour of Night is one with the Dawn.” The Equation Book quote.

“When a tragedy attacks and one decides to shed tears … these tears are an internal restart, resetting the inner system and breaking down the walls of the mind … In a way … one attends one’s own funeral.” The Equation Book quote.

“A genius is someone who does the same action over and over again … for a known destiny. A madman is someone who does the same action over and over again … for an unknown destiny.” The Equation Book quote

“What comes after is always in affinity to what went before.” The Equation Book quote

What the mind can conceive, the mind can achieve.

“Let Destiny Go with Those Who Dare.” The Equation Book quote

Light travels faster than sound. That’s why some people appear bright … until you hear them speak.

“Determine the direction of the day.” The Equation Book quote

“The empires of the future are the empires of the mind.” The Equation Book quote

“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read or write; they will be those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.” The Equation Book quote

From the Equation Book – Luck is an illusion …

Fortune favors the bold. – ARISTOTLE

Every man is the architect of his own future. – SALLUST

It is a great piece of skill to know how to guide your luck. – BALTASAR GRACIAN

Great men become great because they were able to master luck. – NAPOLEON BONAPARTE

Diligence is the mother of good luck. – BENJAMIN FRANKLIN

The man who is intent on making the most of his opportunities, is too busy to bother with luck. – B.C. FORBES

Maybe I am lucky to be going slowly, because I may be going in the wrong direction. – ASHLEIGH

There were times I met luck at every turn. But luck is the good fortune you determine for yourself. – MARCUS AURELIUS

“Imagination is more important than knowledge.” – ALBERT EINSTEIN

“Only what we have wrought into our character during life, can we take away with us.” WILHELM VON HUMBOLDT

Just as the painter paints on the plain canvas, transforming it into a multicolored work, and the sculptor carves the stone into a statue, so does carving and expanding one’s character change their destiny.

The stars send tragedies to those they love, so that they shall pick themselves up and transform. and through their new energy and innovations … can humankind reach the stars.

whatever is hidden … is within all living things

Tragedy tempts one into thinking that evil exists. Nevertheless, the pages of history illustrate that tragedies were the keys to transformation.

Because every force in the Universe is a force of light, the path we take to escape destiny … is often the way to evolve it.” The Equation Book quote

It is not our experience that defines us, but the ideals we decide to embrace.

“The Universe transforms the lives of those who transform themselves.” The Equation Book quote

An Avatar is the higher self, the super character one creates after transformation frees the mind.

While we come from different places and speak in different tongues … our dreams beat as one. We are none but one.

I will break all the mental barriers of the mind and reach my star … not because of my color, not because of my class, not because of luck, not because of talent, not because of experience, not because of knowledge, not because of IQ … but because of the abilities I will infuse into my character, like the blood that runs effortlessly through the veins.

No birth is possible without the forces of resistance. Like the seed that cannot sprout without fire. A tragedy is a present in disguise.

Never Act. Be. Know Thy Self. And you will inspire the world to do the same.

The greatest empires of history never fell because of an outside force but because their voice contradicted their real intentions.

Discovering your unique Voice is not a luxury, but a necessity and pure progress. Just ask yourself: “Does my voice serve good intentions?”

Educate a child with pure intentions on unconditional giving. And most likely the child shall not sway away from good.

Does it matter how many “friends” you have on social media or how many people you can relate to in person?

You can’t so master what people say to you. You CAN master your response, when you are tuned to your true self.

When petty things upset you, ask one question: if this was my last week on Earth, would this really bother me?

It’s not our abilities that define us, but the choices that we make.

Some see the Circus and say: “Oh, big size does matter. If it wouldn’t … elephants would not rule the Circus.”                                                                                               Life is not a Circus. Make things better before bigger.

It takes one Decision to move towards wealth. As the saying goes, “If the hand does not move the stick, the stick will not move anything else.”

If pessimists say, you can’t walk. Be happy … you will run soon.

A famous Chinese proverb says: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” Therefore, the best way to teach others about genuine intentions is by transforming yourself. Your transformation doesn’t affect only you; it teaches others about genuine intentions because we are all connected.

The creation of a thousand cities began with one lasting intention. Our days on this Earth are fleeting. Count something lasting.

Our senses can often mislead us. A stick may look bent, viewed half submerged in water.

Perseverance means practicing again and again for a desired destination.

Self-Discipline means refraining again and again from harmful urges.

Brave them both. And your star will be closer.

Age is not assurance of efficiency, and youth is no assurance of innovation.

Expand our Moral Outlook; see life from the shoes of a perfect stranger.

Drive those around you hard, but drive yourself hardest. Gandhi once observed: “We must be the change we want to see in the world.”

If one can conceive something that will exist in the future, then it must exist in someone’s mind now. If one can remember something or someone that has passed away, then they must be present to your mind. Therefore, everything is one, undivided, and eternal.

Imagine a student guiding his parents around her university. She shows them the library, the faculty building, the student’s union, the sports facilities and so on until they have toured the entire campus. Then, the parents say, “but when are we going to see the university?”

Never wish for pain. It often leads to martyrdom or egoism. When it inevitably arrives, Decide to see sweetness out of bitterness and the pain will drive you to do good.

Expand our Moral Outlook; see life from the shoes of a perfect stranger.

Imagine a student guiding his parents around her university. She shows them the library, the faculty building, the student’s union, the sports facilities and so on until they have toured the entire campus. Then, the parents say, “but when are we going to see the university?”

Why do you say you don’t have enough time? You have exactly the same number of hours that Helen Keller, Mother Teresa, Michelangelo, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Einstein had.

When your eyes are open, you see closed, finite patterns. When your eyes are closed, you see infinite, open space.

It’s not how many hours you work a day, but how you use your mind.

The conformation of a well-qualified artist should not be held hostage by the idea that to reach success, one must first create controversy.

Drive those around you hard, but drive yourself hardest. Gandhi once observed: “We must be the change we want to see in the world.”

Inner joy and fun are not quite the same. When one is bent on seeking loud, fun outside, the one at home, silently looking within, has found joy.

Dismiss short-cuts. Dismiss the long route. Sometimes, the best way forward is standing still.

In the morning of your life, you are born with pure intentions. At noon, you attain genuine truth by Knowing Thy Self. In the afternoon, you begin to give light to others with the same passion you had in the morning. At night, you joy looking at the heaven around you. At midnight, the gates of Heaven are open, and when you arrive there, looking down, you smile and say: “I have seen this place before.”

Untie your ego from the equation. In the heat of the debate, you will lose nothing by doing the opposite to what your pride bribes you to do. Just say: “No matter what you see, in you … I see good.”

In the 1930s, quantum physics revolutionized the world of science. It determined that the observer affects the actual event being observed.

Taking this conclusion to our citizenship, if you affect actual events by merely observing them, your perception then plays a big part.

Your perception implies your own inner world.

Make your inner world a genuine place, and you may affect actual events for the better.

To a degree, to progress human life, a great academic institution should be like Howgwarts; a place where young people of different colors and tongues meet to materialize their potential and elevate science to the level of magic.

Why is marriage sacred? Because two perfect strangers meet and are challenged to give each other unconditional love for mutual growth.

Poetry and literature often ink a truth where the greatest pieces of wisdom and innovation can be discovered in the minds of children.

Keep your face staring at the sun to avoid your shadow, and you will end up with blind spots. Face your shadow bravely, and you will end up with a clear sight.

Every painful tear brings you closer to tearing down your barriers.

Happiness is not a pursuit. Happiness is here and now.

Victor Hugo once observed: “Where the telescope ends, the microscope begins … which of the two has a grandeur view?”

History shows that often society hates what it doesn’t understand. Do not let it turn you cruel.

Upon you rests the responsibility to be loyal to your truth and let the courage of your convictions triumph over the hate.

Where do you believe lies your free enterprise and path to genuine peace … Defined by walls or tearing them down? Where will the symphony be more serene?

I believe that every force is a force of light and whatever happens in this world is meant to transform us to a higher level of strength. On April 12, 1959, John F. Kennedy said: “The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word “crisis.” One brush stroke stands for danger; the other for opportunity. In a crisis, be aware of the danger, but recognize the opportunity.”

When men and women reach old age, their white hair suggests some experience. Ask them a question: “do you regret chasing money and fame instead of spending more great moments with your family and friends and giving gifts to empower others?”

By essence, entrepreneurship to become a power of creation, depends on courage and risk. One has to have the courage to take a risk and create the tangible from the intangible.

In 2011 a young adult asked me: “I wonder why throughout history great ideas were first opposed and perceived as foolish, just to be recognized as common knowledge after.”