forgiving ourself … offering ourself …

August 2, 2011

in Med Conf,Spirituality

“You have to forgive yourself for the things you don’t know, and forgive others for the things they don’t know, and we do know. Working with others, who are different, is difficult for everyone, but above all for scientists who, contrary to what is thought, are very conservative, so much so that “entrusting themselves” is not only a psychological passage, because it perfectly maps out the relationship between one’s own science and the usefulness of one’s own science. This usefulness involves the awareness that it’s not about me. I’m not the important thing here. I’m an instrument of a greater operation. There’s no other way of living the meaning of the things you do, if not offering them, putting them at the service of others.” Mauro Ferrari in a recent interview in Traces

 

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