"I'm going to play a piano piece now, I hope you enjoy it... you might as well."
"He who has a 'why' to his existence can bear with almost any 'how'".
Never sink to the level of stupidity, you will be beaten by experience every time.
"Be careful, not afraid". I actually wrote a blog post on my personal blog about this saying. And in all reality, I'm only writing this because HubPages told me that the quote itself was too short. I apologize for this useless rambling!
Know the truth and the truth will set you free.
This applies to every problem. If the problem persists, you have not yet found the truth of it. In every case I've found, you are deeply involved in creating the problem. Taking 100% responsibility with humility, love and faith will help you see the truth.
Thank you, Yehoshua, Lord of Lords, for such profound wisdom.
Quite simply, I would have to conclude it would constitute to...
"Never be in a hurry."
My answer for this comes from the wise words of Emerson:
To laugh often and much,
To win the respect of intelligent people
and the affection of children,
To earn the appreciation of honest critics
And endure the betrayal of false friends,
To appreciate beauty,
To find the best in others,
To leave the world a bit better whether
by a healthy child, a garden patch,
or a redeemed social condition,
To know even one life has breathed easier
because you lived...
This is to have succeeded.
Those right there are some wise, wise words!!
"Religion is a necessity, without the fear of god many people are too weak minded to do the right thing."
Best line I ever heard, good ol' professor Sivil
The world that you believe exists is only a set of concepts floating in your mind. Everybody collects a different set of concepts that they believe is the real world. The ultimate truth is, without any of those concepts, there is no world. It has no true existence.
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