Quote by Martin Heidegger
The most thought-provoking thing in our thought-provoking time is that we are still not thinking.
This quote suggests that despite living in a time where we have vast access to information and ideas, many people still fail to engage in critical thinking. It highlights the irony of our thought-provoking era by implying that while there are countless opportunities for intellectual reflection and growth, people are not taking advantage of them. The quote serves as a reminder to prioritize and actively engage in thoughtful contemplation in order to truly progress and evolve spiritually, intellectually, and socially.
Strife -- in philosophy, religion, and politics -- has certainly gained so much ground that it is impossible for us to reconcile with one another. But it is possible to find reconciliation ... by means of the foundation of all things, which is God. For he does not cease to be the same for all ... irrespective of our differences, and his earth bears us all, even if we preferred to see that the ground would cleave asunder beneath our enemies.The sun sends his rays upon us directly, paying no heed that we look askance at one another. The rose smells sweetly to both the Jew and the Christian -- and to the Muslim too. And so God is God of all, and whatever he says, he says in the same manner to all that are ready to listen. If then we look to our own rules, books, and works, which we have made ourselves and which differ in many thousands of ways, we are irreconcilable. But if with due attention and honor we accept God's ideas regarding our lives ... reconciliation is easy.