Wikiquote:Quote of the day/March 4, 2013
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|We know that with the very first awakening of knowledge, man is confronted with two obvious facts: |
The existence of the world in which he lives; and the existence of psychic life in himself.
Neither of these can he prove or disprove, but they are facts: they constitute reality for him.
|~ P. D. Ouspensky ~|