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Just as some people may conceal their own sinfulness thus seeming better than the norm, others expose their own sinfulness thus seeming worse than the norm.
The apologist is most entrusted with apologetics when capable of arguing his opponent's position better than his opponent.
What further helps to reveal reality is when our personal thinking ceases to take reality for granted.
When focusing only on one's credentials one boasts his own incompetence in his capacity for discernment of the individual.
Persistence. Perfection. Patience. Power. Prioritize your passion. It keeps you sane.
Humility is, in a sense, admitting how egotistical you are.
I'm never proud of my old work. I always feel as though my skills have since improved.
We often hear about stepping outside ourselves, but rarely about stepping outside our generation.
Let me be content with myself to the degree that my capacity to serve others is present, yet discontent with myself to the degree that I may still like to grow in better service for others.
Some concepts are so incredibly risky they take an honest fool to try to articulate them.
The hard part about one being tough yet meek is the illusion of being a punching bag.
Great artists are a little too gifted to be bound by boxes and labels, and in saying that, the label 'artist' is to be used lightly.
When emerging from humble beginnings, those around you tend to underestimate your authenticity because they knew you before you were 'somebody'.
The humble ones are always learning and improving, and their secret is always that it's a secret.
Because there are hundreds of different ways to say one thing, I, being a writer, songwriter, and poet, speak childishly and incoherently. In speech there is so much to decide in so little time.
To seek greatness is the only righteous vengeance.
If you build the guts to do something, anything, then you better save enough to face the consequences.
I think a lot of psychopaths are just geniuses who drove so fast that they lost control.
The ones who constantly make us laugh are the hardest of friends to know - for comedians are the caricatures among us.
Competition works best in sports, but humans get addicted to stuff.
I'd rather strive for the kind of interview where instead of me asking to introduce myself to society, society asks me to introduce myself to society.
The thing about stereotyping is it's usually just throwing rocks into a crowd hoping to hit somebody who deserves it.
The most judgmental people are often those who complain most about being judged. The ones not complaining will look as though they're the ones doing the judging.
The power of hope! Even a lack of ambition can, for a time, pay off as a necessary facet, as long as hope outweighs it.
There's sometimes a tugging feeling you get to push further when you aren't being challenged enough or when things get too comfortable.
I am not here to merely argue about the perplexities regarding theism or philosophy, but to be a light to the world and to reach out to those who long to be a part of that light.
Whatever thing a man gets quickly enraged about is his idol, and whatever thing he makes his idol becomes his religion.
I'm starting to think that my level of intrigue outweighs my fear of controversy.
God gives His deepest discernment and sharpest marksmanship to men who aim to expose His truth before an enemy's lies.
Whenever you feel like feeling like a devil's advocate, Bible-thump. That, in a worldly world, is the great irony and satire of evangelism.
Beyond all sciences, philosophies, theologies, and histories, a child's relentless inquiry is truly all it takes to remind us that we don't know as much as we think we know.
The conscious attempt to be a good person without Christ is as legalistic as an attempt to make it into Heaven through empty religiosity.
Man was created to glorify God. Now, that may encompass other things which God has planned for each man, but essentially, man was created to glorify God.
We are to love God most importantly so that we can grow to love people as he loved us, not so that we can feel more divine and worthy than the worldly.
The love of Christ is always there and unchanging, no matter what we do, but it is when we are obedient that we actually begin to feel it.
What may intimidate a man is a woman who thinks with her mind before she feels with her heart. Nevertheless what determines the strength in the man is his ability to accept one when he sees one.
As time moves on the line will blur. It will no longer seem to be the simplicity of good versus evil, but good versus fools who think they are good.
Women rescue men just as much as, if not more than, men rescue women.
The role of genius is not to complicate the simple, but to simplify the complicated.
In the end, only God can see the heart of an individual and distinguish the difference between legalistic deadweight and the passion of holy solemnity.
The height of cleverness is in one's ability to be very clever without seeming clever at all.
The idea that all souls are mortal is the only notion surely terminating love and all its forms.
Everyone pretends to be 'free thinkers', but few individuals pass the line into expressive territories that may be detrimental to their own social well-being.
To be truly positive in the eyes of some, you have to risk appearing negative in the eyes of others.
To be a philosopher, just reverse everything you have ever been told...and have a sense of humor doing it.
The sea in all its vastness is its own, real world. Man is nature's sci-fi.
Armed neutrality makes it much easier to detect hypocrisy.
I always make sure that the world will prove me right. It gives me the freedom to contradict myself.
When I look at a person, I see a person - not a rank, not a class, not a title.
Psychobabble attempts to redefine the entire English language just to make a correct statement incorrect. Psychology is the study of why someone would try to do this.