Plants are more courageous than almost all human beings: an orange tree would rather die than produce lemons, whereas instead of dying the average person would rather be someone they are not.
We can know, not what a thing is, but what its name is.
Regret is one of the most common symptoms of the illusion of free will.
That statues are motionless would be true only if the earth were the universe.
Jesus is the answer; to questions such as ‘Who is said to have walked on water?’, not our problems.
A mountain is not nearly as much a wonder as a mosquito.
Life is not only the dance and the dancer but also the song.
Wearing things such as makeup and fake hair is some people’s subconscious way of showing God where they are adamant He made a mistake.
We sometimes learn, not from something, but from not having learned from it.
Happiness is an inevitable result of embracing, and unhappiness that of rejecting, what is.
How we look at life and how we feel shape each other.
Our survival is a result, not of caution or wisdom, but of pure luck.
To the wise, peace of mind is the result of being fine with how things are; to the foolish, the result of things being fine.
The wise remind themselves that ‘This too shall pass’ even when things are good; the foolish, only when things are bad.
If you cannot help but envy others, at least envy people for things such as their patience, perseverance, and tolerance.
Life is a symphony to the wise. And a cacophony to the foolish.
Every problem is a teacher from the University of Life.
Life sometimes reminds us that it is sometimes heartless by giving something or someone we really need to someone who does not need or even want them or it.
Pain, unless it is physical, was sold to you (by your culture).
Technically, all tattoos are temporary, even permanent ones.