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Every category has its snobs: music, books, movies. There are so many things a man is only pressured into liking or disliking.
A man who loves others based solely on how they make him feel, or what they do for him, is really not loving others at all - but loving only himself.
To swear day and night by media slander will make one a bigger victim than the slandered. It doesn't take much to begin to fear a mere illusion of human badness.
Only the man who thinks himself a fool is as wise as he thinks.
Unsettling are the days in which everyone is an expert.
Today's zealots are mostly those pretending to be anti-religious.
If only we were all better educated. If then, higher education would at last be a journey for skill and knowledge rather than for power and status.
There is nothing new under the sun but that of the Son. Man's rebellion against God has always been because he would rather fall in pride than rise in humility.
The last thing Scripture should do is make you blind in the world. Instead, you hear everything, see everything, and feel everything because everything just so happens to point right back to it.
Let our information and social technologies raise awareness and not propaganda, build connections and not passive-aggression.
God hates sin not because he wants us to be good little boys and girls, but because he knows sin destroys that which he loves most: sinners.
One may suffer the long-term in order to grow in appreciation for the small things. For in short-term suffering, one only notices the large.
Knowing the truth is so minuscule compared to having the nerve to say it...and even more to live it.
No man voluntarily expresses his opinion without some intent to make a difference, and even if he does, he shouldn't.
You can never make someone like something they don't like, but you can always help them to better understand it.
There is this common notion that people are shallow and ignorant until they go out and see the world. I, on the other hand, went out and in comparison realized I was in pretty good standing.
Power without compassion is like a giant that blocks the sunlight.
I'm always talking to God about whether or not he exists - that's how I know I'm a theist.
There are no keys to success - only tools.
A number of our scientists boast intelligence but lack wisdom. I find those to be the predictable ones.
The survival of poor opinions can make a thinker feel as though he is failing humanity.
So, how close are love and genius, really? We know that they are both mentioned far more than lived.
You wander. You work nearly every job known to man, it seems, only to arrive at the wonderings of philosophy.
A wise man's goal shouldn't be to say something profound, but to say something useful.
Be willing to give, but only when you aren't expecting anything in return.
Maturity is when you're able to say, 'It's not just them. It's me.
Trustful people are the pure at heart, as they are moved by the zeal of their own trustworthiness.
People, generally, are equally insecure. They just show it (or hide it) differently.
Angels are good not simply because they see bad as bad, but also because they see bad as corny.
If you assume that the new - and simply because it's new - is always to be better than the old, chances are you've never known anything valuable.
Christ didn't join in. He saw which direction the rocks were being thrown, and became a shield.
With enough mental gymnastics, just about any fact can become misshapen in favor to one's confirmation bias.
If you don't like the solution, change the problem.
Every exceptional bias against Christianity I find to be evidence for its validity.
Some of the simplest of truths are also some of the most difficult of truths, but such is Christianity: 'If it's not about Christ, it's not about life.
The purest regret, no matter what, is thinking you didn't love enough.
Trying to be offensive for the sole purpose of being offensive should always deem one the least offensive of offenders.
Without Christ a people may always have the freedom to do, but never the power to complete.
An anomaly has his own ambitions. You can try reasoning with him, but that's like using money to bribe a beast.
To esteem what makes you holy over what makes you happy - that is the greatest dare.
All knowledge meets an end at the question '...Why?
The best people are always the worst. They drive everyone mad by being so good at second-guessing everything bad.
While there may be various tips, pointers, ingredients, and strategies to success, there is no one formula that always guarantees it other than to keep learning from failure itself.
Controversy is a last resort for the talentless.
A thief is one who insists on sharing his victimhood.
If you're waiting until you feel talented enough to make it, you'll never make it.
After each of his books, the writer, for a while, feels once again that he can now die happy.
Nightmares are seldom a foreshadowing of real events, but always a showing of real fears.
Mankind, in all his lusts, punishes himself. The gods have to do very little.
To claim that one can never live a positive life with a negative mind is a very negative claim to make!