Attention Makes the Genius

Attention makes the genius; all learning, fancy, and science depend on it. Newton traced back his discoveries to its unwearied employment. It builds bridges, opens new worlds, and heals diseases; without it Taste is useless, and the beauties of literature are unobserved; as the rarest flowers bloom in vain, if the eye be not fixed upon the bed.


Everything else depends on being able to pay attention.

Folksonomies: attention virtue

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 Pleasures,objects and advantages of literature
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Willmott, Robert Aris (1851), Pleasures,objects and advantages of literature, Retrieved on 2012-06-22
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     Attention and Flow

    Important for success.
    Folksonomies: education attention
    Folksonomies: education attention