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Rise to become human again, my friend. Become the human, that talks humans, acts humans and lives human.
There is a difference between what you want, and what you need.
A philanderer cannot be a parent - a parent cannot be a philanderer.
Our mistakes rewire our brain and open up new gateways of perception.
Our mind has evolved in such a way that new wants keep appearing in it relentlessly. But do not confuse them with needs. Needs are necessity, but wants are luxury.
Progress begins when you liberate your mind from the shackles of your ingrained tendencies of authoritarianism – the tendencies of greed – the tendencies of hatred, rage and lust.
What is the point of having a civilization, if we do not practice being civilized!
Do not let the evil become our masters, but make the good reign upon the world.
What is natural, needs to be looked upon, scrutinized and reshaped by each generation of the world, to make it compatible with the path of progress of a civilized society.
Arise, my friend – the world is wailing for kindness – it is wailing for compassion – it is wailing for love.
True love is 20 percent care and 80 percent understanding.
If you want to be drunk, become drunk with an idea. If you want pleasure, have pleasure from the pursuit of your passion. If you want to be indoctrinated, then be so by the natural law of humanism.
If you want to be drunk, become drunk with an idea.
Compatibility doesn't determine the fate of a marriage, how you deal with the incompatibilities, does.
Humanity is not a word my friend. It is a symbol – a symbol of hope – a symbol of wisdom – yet this very symbol has become disgraced by our faults and deluded justification of mistakes.
The more we humanize the society, the more we will become humans.
Civilized are not those who never make mistakes – civilized are those who learn from their mistakes instead of trying to justify them.