Dual Quotes: by Charles Kettering

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“Knowing is not understanding. There is a great difference between knowing and understanding: you can know a lot about something and not really understand it.”

Don’t just think about these quotes, ponder them deeply… Please!

What I find disturbing, is this – individuals fail to understand themselves. The vast majority seek a quick fix.

Quick fixes equate to – haste makes waste – and there will aways be unpleasant consequences!

Here’s your next quote from Mr. Charles Kettering:

“The opportunities of man are limited only by his imagination. But so few have imagination that there are ten thousand fiddlers to one composer.”

Charles Kettering

There may be a way to tap into you imagination. I don’t have many skills, but sure have the imagination, and communication skills to bring it into fruition.

It began as a child, with an innate, insatiable curiosity, and I’d like to share it with you… coming up!

The best part?

Remember this:

“Nobody stopped me!  My curiosity was cultivated”.

-©IM Infusion Musings 

Good Day!


©IM Infusion Musings a casual peer level life coach. My style is to guide and write to you impromptu, personally, and help you smile. I’ve been known for years to make the tough stuff in life really clear, lift burdens, and help make life appear more simple – or less complex – to understand.

How? Why?

I grew up living my life – focused on listening intently to (communicating with) my Korean mother – translating and explaining the minutia of seemingly everything.  Sometimes her words were the wrong ones – totally, and I knew what she meant – exactly. I was the only one in the family who knew what she meant with precision.

Writing like this is more homey or cozy to me. It allows me time to set my mind aside, and share it in this world.

Errors and all – you find one, two, three – feel free to point it out!

My mother and Creator, using nature vs nurture formed my unique mind too. Being born in petri dish of incredible, unimaginable, diversity helps tremendously with inherently understanding and sensing, interwoven intricacies in communications, and in the most difficult relationships. (Including the one with your “self”.)

My Korean mother reared me as child to think globally and about others first, founded upon a culture of respect. It’s definitely flawed for women around the world. It’s also a common theme that’s out of balance.