In the Huna tradition of Hawaii there is a precept that states: “The world is what you think it is.”
This echoes wisdom from around the world. The German mathematician Leibniz said: “What a man says about the universe, oft times tells more about the man than it does about the universe.” The Hindu Tradition says “all we see in life is Maya, or the grand illusion, and we see before us only that which we are, not any ‘reality.’ ” These are true statements.
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