Thank You: Quotes From 2022 Top 5 Posts

At the end of last year, I shared a selection of quotes from the 5 posts that received most of your attention here on humanfactor.blog. This year, I thought I’d continue the tradition. And so, here they are! I am pleased to introduce the top 5 most-read posts of 2022. Interestingly, the only post that appears on both last and this year’s top 5 is about Hermann Hesse’s “Siddhartha”, and it has moved from 4th place last year to 2nd place this year.

a list of top 5 most read posts on this blog in 2022

By way of reminiscing and expressing my gratitude, I chose a quote from each of these posts. I am deeply grateful to all my readers for your interest in the content I create and share here on the blog. It is a great support and motivates me to continue. Thank you, and I wish everyone a happy, healthy, joyful and peaceful New Year!

Enjoy!

“Never underestimate the big importance of the small things.”

Small Things Matter

“If the approach of a seeker is to fix the mind on a certain goal, to narrow the focus and go after it, then the approach of a finder is to stay as open as possible.”

Hermann Hesse’s “Siddhartha” on Seeking and Finding

“What individuates me as a person is this specific embodiment of the rational soul. In other words, my soul can be properly said to be mine only after it has organized this particular matter (my body).”

Aquinas on Soul – Brief Notes

“What will be considered as good enough evidence depends largely on the basic underlying assumptions that serve as the foundation of the respective world-view.”

Philosophical Argument – what is it?

“To be wise is to recognize that all is one, that there is unity in opposition, and that this unity is reality.”

Heraclitus on Wisdom

keep exploring!

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