Thoughts on the 100 Dark World Lessons: Lesson 19

Quote card for 100 Dark World Lessons from The Nine Laws by Ivan Throne

Maeko’s Thoughts:

  1.   Understand gradients.

There will always be black, white and the grey blur between. The binary realities of the universe are unmistakable. However, as you move from one maximum to the other, it is a slow and gradual transition across the spectrum and you may not even notice until you almost reach the other end. From politics to business to philosophy, the grey is vast. Learn to navigate within the gradients. Find balance.

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