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If more energy is being used.. MR. O. It means forces can be used for one thing or another. Q. It is used for mechanicalness rather than for evolution.... MR. O. I don't speak about evolution. But suppose people carry dynamite bombs in their pockets. God knows what might happen! I mean nothing more. And these inventions have another side: machines, especially big machines, make people work in a certain way; or things happen in a certain way, because of machines which can only work in a certain way and have to be fed.
Points of view may be of very different kinds. Q. Do you mean point of view on life and things? MR. O. Think for yourself. Try to find out what attitude or point of view means. Q. Can one define attitude or point of view in relation to the work? MR. O. Certainly —or in relation to something else. One can have attitudes in relation to everything. Q. How can one change one's attitudes? MR. O. First, by studying oneself and life on the lines of this system. This changes attitude. This system is a system of different thinking, or rather of different attitudes, not merely of knowledge.
When you have experience of short thoughts and long thoughts, then you will see. MR. O. I notice from the questions that people do not understand how new things come. The difficulty of thinking about them is this: we are accustomed to think in absolutes—all or nothing. But it is necessary to understand two things. First, that anything new comes at first in flashes. It comes, then it disappears. Only after a certain time these flashes become longer and then still longer, so that you can see and notice them.