02 Dec 09
"Actually a mind can make up its mind to anything. And then make up its mind to change or not to
change its mind.
"And out of all this we get what? We get the fact that the basic common denominator of all
thinkingness is the ability of the mind to consider. To make up its mind about something, just to
consider, to make up its mind, to think something is true. If an individual can—is well off he can
say (snap) and know that it's true. He can think (snap) and know that it's true. He can (snap) and
that first postulate is gone, and (snap) the other one is gone. And (snap) something new is true.
"He is the author of truth, not the agreer upon truth."
— L. Ron Hubbard
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