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The brain is nourished by reaction and experience; it lives on experience. But experience is always limiting and conditioning; memory is the machinery of action. Without experience, knowledge, and memory, the action is not possible but such action is fragmentary, limited. The reason, organized thought, is always incomplete; an idea, a response to the thought, is barren and belief is the refuge of thought. All experience only strengthens thought negatively or positively.
The word 'discipline' means 'to learn', not to be drilled. A discipline is an act of learning - the very root of the word means that. A disciplined mind sees everything very clearly, objectively, not emotionally, not sentimentally. Those are the basic necessities to discover that which is beyond the measure of thought, something not put together by thought, capable of the highest form of love, a dimension that is not the projection of one's own little mind.