If it's natural to kill, how come men have to be trained to learn how? ―Baez Fun. Happiness. Enjoyment. Amusement. Pleasure. Excitement. Entertainment. The ultimate point of human satisfaction is almost always not free. Some people will never find meaning in life. Some will trade their souls in order to fit in. A lot of … Continue reading Would You Kill Someone?
When we don't know who to hate, we hate ourselves. ― Palahniuk. You are on the run. What makes it worse is that you did not pack light. You have a gigantic backpack tagging along. You have carried it for way too long to the point where it becomes a part of your body. Inside … Continue reading The World Hates You
Only a fool is not afraid. ―Madeleine L'Engle What is the point of living if you are barely breathing? What is the point of looking good if you are dying on the inside? You will one day look back and see a life well lived or regret all the things you have never tried. You … Continue reading Have You Really Lived?
Judge me and I will understand how you view yourself. ―Molody Lee Human language can be a tricky thing. Imagine calling a “tree” a “leg” or calling your “shoes” your “head”. Everything seems to be already named by someone and all you have to think about is its name. It would be very strange for … Continue reading Judgement is Just Lazy Thinking
Reality exists in the human mind, and nowhere else. ― George Orwell The universe can be a scary place. It is made out of nothing, yet it has everything. Inside every small thing of the universe, there is a universe yet to be explored. A way to describe it would be a dream within a … Continue reading The Space Between Nothing
The real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light. ― Plato The saddest thing you've ever done in your life is to beg somebody to love you the way you love them. Sometimes you gotta give up on some people in order to keep you. Sometimes you have to save yourself … Continue reading The Light of Letting Go
Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom. ― Aristotle There was a time when happiness was just an understatement. It was not the time of contemporary happiness, but a higher level of satisfaction and a deeper level of fulfillment. It is when you can tell who to be trusted, what to be done, how to … Continue reading Paradise of the Mind