I love those who can smile when troubled; who can gather strength from distress and grow courageous through reflection.

Leonardo da Vinci

‘Tis the business of little minds to shrink, but they whose heart is firm, and whose conscience approves their conduct, will pursue their principles unto death.

Thomas Paine, The Crisis

Did you find these statements empowering? Did they remind you of your own human powers and abilities? Did it awaken in you a remembrance of what human greatness is?

A genius can be a source of inspiration.

Their words, ideas, insights and revelations can open a gateway to a new reality in all of us, towards a new level of creativity and manifestation in the world – just because we remember what the human mind can actually be like.

And no, we don’t need to be an artist, draughtsman, engineer, scientist, theorist, sculptor or architect – like da Vinci.

As Leonardo himself said, learning never exhausts the mind.

In this free EBook, written by the philosopher and author, Shai Tubali, with his co-author, writer and editor Theresa Baüelrian; and with a preface by the American art historian and novelist Noah, Charney, we invite you to learn how the mind of a genius works.

And also, how your mind can learn to think differently.

You are invited into the art and the heart of da Vinci’s mind in the EBook

A Journey into the Genius Mind

Leonardo da Vinci: Thinking from All Perspectives – or Life as an Unfinished Work of Art

This is an adapted excerpt from A Journey into the Genius Mind: 10 Thinkers Show Us How to Think.  


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