Monday, May 12, 2008


Pythagoras (580-500 BC) was best known for his theorem in
geometry, but was also a great mathematician and philosopher
of his time. He suggested that everyone is seeking one of
three things: they are seeking knowledge (Pythagoras would
have put himself in that category), fame or gain. Think about
that! The world hasn’t changed much, has it?
What this ancient Greek philosopher omitted from his list was any
mention of the spiritual: those seeking after God. Was he wrong,

Source: Adrian H Reed,