The Brain In My Heart

In the beginning, we're a laborer. We do a lot of things and accomplish little. Then we start using our brains and get results.

A man who works with his hands is a laborer; a man who works with his hands and his brain is a craftsman; but a man who works with his hands and his brain and his heart is an artist.

– Louis Nizer

In the beginning, we’re a laborer. We do a lot of things and accomplish little. Then we start using our brains and get results.

We travel on different roads and finally visit a sacred land. Our pilgrimage to life starts, and we begin to open our hearts.

It’s a turning point in life’s journey where we start writing a new life story. Once a slave of our hyperactive brains, we turn into lovers of life.

Our heart navigates the further journey of life.

Free from the matrix of success and failure, we start to produce a movie of life in which our little brain dances in the love and ecstasy of our giant hearts.

We’re no more selfish craftsmen who trade with the people for profits. Now, we’ve turned ourselves into the artists of life who create our art for the love of people.

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