small acts of kindness can have great significance.
small acts of meanness can have some significance as well.
both reveal one’s true nature.
the miracle is in motion
life as a segue
one thing and dis-remember everything else.
stupid is the new smart.
rewriting is better that writing. but writing is more fun.
if it’s toxic you can count me in
one man’s tidy is another man’s mess
stupidity is a virtue
the more they perform, the more they give it away.
I want to see the world through your eyes
I want to be in your world
I want penetrate your soul
I want to get into your head
I want to go through your note-book
discover the sketches, places and feelings.
I want to see those places, you were without me
I want you to know that I still have your letters
though I don’t seem to find it.
That your vision is a painting, your movement is poetry, your life is a book. You exemplify life.
After all this time … experienced life I realized what I wanted.
I wanted to be with you.
your enemies should worth the struggle.
I like to drink tea without sugar-cube, coffee without sugar, and life with sweetness. I like to appreciate all the bitterness in the world.
I have to admit that’s not from me. It’s from a friend of a friend, who I have not yet met.
we need wise entertainers. those who doesn’t just make laugh and feel good. those who make us cry, embarrass us and tell us how boring we are.
different is different and different is good
perfect is boring
Do not speak your mind. It will get you killed.
Democracy killed socrates.
It is better to suffer injustice than to be the wrong side.
The great teacher of all time reminds us that two wrongs don’t make right. This statement from Socrates does not aim favor being on either sides of justice. Definitely they are both bad and comparing them is only hairsplitting.
What’s interesting here is that justice is difficult to define — even for the great teachers of all time. In fact Socrates probably avoids defining Justice as he goes on challenging many such notions and definitions (though Plato attributes the rest of The Republic to elaborating Socrates’ ideas). We do not know what justice is (and no it is not equality). And yet we easily recognize injustice (and the opposite of unjust is necessarily just). So the whole statement seems to reduce to:
Don’t be unjust under any circumstances.
Even if others are unjust, remember that it is not good. Taking injustice as an act we will have:
If injustice is floating around, you can be happy it is not originating from you.
It does not matter whether it is a response or counter-response. If it can be avoided, then it is the best to do without it.
It doesn’t matter how many times you fail… You only need to succeed once.