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    Watts of power used by the human brain when it's engaged in deep thought: 14; watts required to operate an IBM personal computer: 90 

    Charis Conn (Ed.), What Counts: The Complete Harper's Index.

    A man had bought a new gadget-unassembled, of course--and after reading and rereading the instructions he couldn't figure out how it went together. Finally, he sought the help of an old handyman who was working in the backyard. The old fellow picked up the pieces, studied them, then began assembling the gadget. In a short time, he had it put together. "That's amazing," said the man. "And you did it without even looking at the instructions!" 

    "Fact is," said the old man, "I can't read, and when a fellow can't read, he's got to think." 

    Bits and Pieces, February, 1990, p. 23.

    Watch your thoughts; they become words.                                                                                       Watch your words; they become actions.                                                                                         Watch your actions; they become habits.                                                                                         Watch your habits; they become character.                                                                                     Watch your character; it becomes your destiny.

    Frank Outlaw.

    Let the mind of the Master be the master of your mind.

    Source Unknown.