The quality of a computer’s output is determined by the quality of its input.
If your subconscious is programmed by chance, its output will have a
corresponding character. You have probably heard the computer operators’
eloquent term “gigo”—which means: “Garbage in, garbage out.” The same formula
applies to the relationship between a man’s thinking and his emotions.
A man who is run by emotions is like a man who is run by a computer whose
print-outs he cannot read. He does not know whether its programming is true or
false, right or wrong, whether it’s set to lead him to success or destruction,
whether it serves his goals or those of some evil, unknowable power. He is
blind on two fronts: blind to the world around him and to his own inner world,
unable to grasp reality or his own motives, and he is in chronic terror of