Each man moves in the limited or expansive circle of his own thoughts, and all outside the circle is non-existent to him. He only knows that which he has become. The narrower the boundary, the more convinced is the man that there is no further limit no other circle.
The lesser cannot contain the greater, and he has no means of apprehending the larger minds; such knowledge comes only by growth.
The man who moves in a widely extended circle of thought knows all the lesser circles from which he has emerged, for in the larger experience all lesser experiences are contained and preserved; and when his circle impinges upon the sphere of perfect manhood, when he is fitting himself for company and communion with them of blameless conduct and profound understanding, then his wisdom will have become sufficient to convince him that there are wider circles still beyond of which he is as yet but dimly conscious, or is entirely ignorant.
Word of the of the week – Apprehend – understand or perceive.
Ask yourself: How wide is your circle and does it impact you?
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