Pushing one’s limits beyond the current level permits difficult tasks to become less complex.
Love can play destructive games; one day overwhelming you with joy and euphoria and the next, destroying your life.
If you must change to garner the love of another, their love was never for you, but another.
Those who stand idle while evil descends upon another and provide no support, is just as culpable as the perpetrator.
One should always consider when taking action, not only the joy and pleasure that follows, but also the anguish and length of discomfort; especially when the anguish affects another party.
The masses will fight to preserve their liberties and freedoms, save for those who have fallen under a spell of delusion by the demagogue.
Life resembles a ten-thousand-piece puzzle; you can comprehend the view when missing a few pieces; but the image becomes distorted when several are forfeited or squandered.
Those living under severe mental anguish have all but ceased from living. The justification for this state of mind determines the duration; if it’s due to the loss of a loved one, it’s likely to slowly dissolve, but if imminent death looms, the torment shall persist. Peace be with you.
Besides death of a loved one, adversity enhances character and augments wisdom more than any other trial; adversity challenges our will, requires strategic thinking through arduous stretches on our journey.
The great philosophers of the ancient Greece classical period noted freedom and democracy are never lost in a single moment; instead, it disappears over time in small increments like losing pieces to a puzzle one at a time.; Destruction can only be prevented when the people rise in mass and fight to retain each piece.
Life provides ten times more wisdom and education than any academic institution. RJ Intindola – (Gandolfo) – 1994
We don’t develop and acquire courage by taking the smoothest path each time. We enhance it by facing misfortune and perilous conditions.
Never allow your silence to be interpreted as a statement of consent.