Best 95 of Philosphy quotes - MyQuotes

By Anonym 16 Sep

Steven Magee

It is better to try and fail than to wonder what if.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Nikki Rowe

Some days I like to wander to old and warn our places, forests ripped apart by man and streams that carry stagnant water where it use to flow. There is a sense of clarity in these places, a reflection of who I am or atleast who I have been. Broken, yet still incredibly beautiful.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Anonymous

Reading Gives Us Some Place To Go, When We Have To Stay Where We Are.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Amit Kalantri

Need doesn't care about being sensible.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Michel Templet

The Catholic Church made a serious mistake when they started caring about how many people are in the pews.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Deborah Moggach

Everything will be all right in the end... if it's not all right then it's not yet the end.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Swami Dhyan Giten

Meditation is the door to that which cannot be thought of. Those who escape from meditation cannot meet the divine. The divine is a benediction. The divine is everything, everywhere. God is consciousness. God is bliss.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Munia Khan

Even a cockroach can be legendary by being killed by a legend.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Teju Cole

He, too, was in the grip of rage and rhetoric. I saw that, attractive though his side of the political spectrum was. A cancerous violence had eaten into every political idea, had taken over the ideas themselves, and for so many, all that mattered was the willingness to do something. Action led to action, free of any moorings, and the way to be someone, the way to catch the attention of the young and recruit them to one's cause, was to be enraged. It seemed as if the only way this lure of violence could be avoided was by having no causes, by being magnificiently isolated from loyalties. But was that not an ethical lapse graver than rage itself?

By Anonym 15 Sep

Zygmunt Haupt

Czymś niebywale przypadkowym i bezplanowym jest takie zbiorowisko domów, podwórz, placów, skwerów, ogrodów i ogródków. Właściwie z miasta zna się tylko niewielki procent odkrytych dla oka przechodnia powierzchni "komunalnych", perspektyw ulic obramionych schodkowatą linią fasad domów i jest się zaskoczonym, kiedy jakieś sprawy zaprowadzą w środku znanego kręgu budowli na jakieś podwórze lub piętro, gdzie pojawia się przed zdumionymi oczami egzotyka niewidzianego nigdy z ulicy miejsca. To tak jak ze znanymi twarzami, które kryją za sobą czeluście dziwaczne i frapujące, kiedy przez kaprys przypadku znajdziemy się poza ich zwykłym dniem.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Brandon Sanderson

What is a woman's place in this modern world? Jasnah Kholin's words read. I rebel against this question, though so many of my peers ask it. The inherent bias in the inquiry seems invisible to so many of them. They consider themselves progressive because they are willing to challenge many of the assumptions of the past. They ignore the greater assumption--that a 'place' for women must be defined and set forth to begin with. Half of the population must somehow be reduced to the role arrived at by a single conversation. No matter how broad that role is, it will be--by-nature--a reduction from the infinite variety that is womanhood. I say that there is no role for women--there is, instead, a role for each woman, and she must make it for herself. For some, it will be the role of scholar; for others, it will be the role of wife. For others, it will be both. For yet others, it will be neither. Do not mistake me in assuming I value one woman's role above another. My point is not to stratify our society--we have done that far to well already--my point is to diversify our discourse. A woman's strength should not be in her role, whatever she chooses it to be, but in the power to choose that role. It is amazing to me that I even have to make this point, as I see it as the very foundation of our conversation.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Avijeet Das

Every cloud comes adrifting across the sky to tell us its story!

By Anonym 16 Sep

Irrfan Ishaq

Earlier People used to hate a lie Since now lie has become truth and truth has become a lie. They still hate a lie

By Anonym 18 Sep

P. B. Kerr

Tea has nothing to do with being hungry," said Nimrod. "For Englishmen, it is like a canonical hour. And almost as much of an important ritual as the tea ceremony in Japan. Except for one thing. With tea, in Japan, recognition is given that every human encounter is a singular occasion which can, and will, never recur again exactly. Thus every aspect of tea must be savored for what it gives the participants. But in England, the significance occurs in the fact that teas is always the same, and will always recur again and again, exactly . For how is the endurance of a great civilization to be measured?

By Anonym 18 Sep

Aaron Dries

Sin is like mold—the longer it lives, the blacker it becomes. And spores can’t be avoided. Never.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Meeta Ahluwalia

Time is relative. It is both arriving and passing away.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Agnel Vishal

Take pleasure only when it is.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Viet Thanh Nguyen

As Hegel said, tragedy was not the conflict between right and wrong but right and right, a dilemma none of us who wanted to participate in history could escape. The major had the right to live, and I was right to kill him. Wasn't I?

By Anonym 17 Sep

Michel Houellebecq

Man sollte keinen Sinn in Dingen suchen, die keinen haben", womit er sich, ohne sich dessen wirklich bewusst zu sein, die Schlussfolgerung von Wittgensteins Tractatus zu eigen machte: "Wovon man nicht sprechen kann, darüber muss man schweigen.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Amit Kalantri

Ability does catches my attention, but its a politeness in the person that I remember.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Jasper Fforde

I am by turns a petulant adolescent and a mature man, a melancholy loner and a wit telling actors their trade. I cannot decide whether I'm a philosopher or a moping teenager, a poet or a murderer, a procrastinator or a man of action. I might be truly mad or sane pretending to be mad or even mad pretending to be sane.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Debasish Mridha

Nothing goes with you except the love that you gave away.

By Anonym 17 Sep

Elbert Hubbard

Men are punished by their sins, not for them.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Minhal Mehdi

Pain eventually leads to freedom.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Swami Dhyan Giten

Only love can dispel hate From Satsang with Giten on Buddha, November 12, 2015, in Stockholm Buddha says: SPEAK OR ACT WITH AN IMPURE MINDAND TROUBLE WILL FOLLOW YOUAS THE WHEEL FOLLOWS THE OX THAT DRIVES THE CART When Buddha uses the concept "impure mind", he means mind. Mind is impure, and no-mind is pure. SPEAK OR ACT WITH AN IMPURE MIND means to speak or act from the mind. AND TROUBLE WILL FOLLOW YOU means that misery and suffering is the result of the mind, because the mind means unawareness. Mind will bring trouble and suffering as certain AS THE WHEEL FOLLOWS THE OX THAT DRIVES THE CART. WE ARE WHAT WE THINK ALL THAT WE ARE ARISES WITH OUR THOUGHTS SPEAK OR ACT WITH A PURE MIND AND HAPPINESS WILL FOLLOW YOU AS YOUR SHADOW, UNSHAKABLE When Buddha says "pure mind", he means no-mind, awareness. Happiness will follow you if you have a pure mind or no-mind. Suffering is a result of mind, of unawareness, happiness is a result of no-mind, of awareness. Happiness cannot be searched for directly, happiness can only be found if you do not search it directly. On the contrary, you have to search for awareness. When awareness comes, happiness comes of its own accord. "LOOK HOW HE ABUSED ME AND BEAT ME, HOW HE THREW ME DOWN AND ROBBED ME" LIVE WITH SUCH THOUGHTS AND YOU LIVE IN HATE "LOOK HOW HE ABUSED ME AND BEAT ME HOW HE THREW ME DOWN AND ROBBED ME" ABANDON SUCH THOUGHTS AND LIVE IN LOVE Fear and hate exists in the past and the future, love exists in the moment, in the here and now. Love exists in the present moment. Fear and hate has a reference in the past. Somebody has abused you in the past, and you are carrying it like a wound. Fear and hate is a limitation. If you hate somebody, you also create a hate in the heart of that person towards you. The world lives in fear, hate, destructiveness and violence. Hate creates hell on earth, love creates a paradise on earth. True love comes from your inner being. It is spontaneously welling up of joy, which has nothing to do with the past or the future. True love is in the moment. IN THIS WORLDHATE NEVER YET DISPELLED HATE ONLY LOVE DISPELS HATE THIS IS THE LAW ANCIENT AND INEXHAUSTIBLE Hate never dispels hate, darkness cannot dispel darkness. Only love can dispel hate. The eternal law is that only love dispels hate, only light dispels darkness. Bring light into a room and the darkness disappears by itself. How can you bring light into your own being? Through becoming silent, aware, awake and conscious. That is how to bring the light in. The moment you are aware and awake, hate will not be found. It is not possible to hate somebody with awareness. You can only hate somebody in unawareness. When you are conscious, hate disappears, when you are not conscious, then hate is there. Love and hate, light and darkness, cannot exist together, because hate is the absence of love, darkness is the absence of light. YOU TOO SHALL PASS AWAY KNOWING THIS, HOW CAN YOU QUARREL We waste our life in quarreling, in conflict, when life is so short. Use your whole energy for awareness and meditation. Then you can become a light. Meditation will make you awake, because you will discover your inner being. Meditation brings an awakening. For the first time you will feel the truth of your own being.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Brian M. Boyce

For when you look at the ceiling, or down at the floor, when the trouble's before you, you're begging for more.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Albert Camus

there are truths but no truth

By Anonym 15 Sep

Milan Kundera

But it was not only a feeling of guilt which drove him into danger. He detested the pettiness that made life semilife and men semimen. He wished to put his life on one of a pair of scales and death on the other. He wished each of his acts, indeed each day, each hour, each second of his life to be measured against the supreme criterion, which is death. That was why he wanted to march at the head of the column, to walk on a tightrope over an abyss, to have a halo of bullets around his head and thus to grow in everyone's eyes and become unlimited as death is unlimited. . .

By Anonym 19 Sep

Wald Wassermann

We are the embodiment of the intention that is love which is why love is ultimate reality.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Braith Maxwell

There exists a line within every man, a line that frightens even us. When an enemy comes to our very doorstep to endanger wife and child, our Beast is unleashed. The Lionmage had gone feral.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Michael Dwinnell

The pursuit of historical relevance is an under appreciated endeavor.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Ilchi Lee

If we don’t see real changes in the world, it simply means we are not serious enough about creating those changes. We cannot a!ord to entertain superficial changes any more. The changes we need should be deep, real, and thorough.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Oscar Wilde

If we're always guided by other people's thoughts, what's the point in having our own?

By Anonym 19 Sep

Anurag Bhatt

Time changes from sleep in moments to sleep of moments

By Anonym 16 Sep

Thomas More

For things will never be perfect, until human beings are perfect - which I don't expect them to be for quite a number of years!

By Anonym 15 Sep

Robert Ardrey

A human being is a problem in search of a solution.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Buddha Gautama

Apo deepa bhawa"Sanskrit ; Be a light upon yourself Buddha to Ananda during his last talks

By Anonym 19 Sep

Minhal Mehdi

The truest smiles are those which spread across our faces when no one's watching us.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Osman Bakar

It is a meaningful thing for a scientist of the stature of Ibn Sina, certainly one of the best scientific minds in the whole history of mankind, to often resort to prayer to seek God's help in solving his philosophical and scientific problems. And it is also perfectly understandable why the purification of the soul is considered an integral part of the methodology of knowledge.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Ian Thomas Malone

What is faith, if not an acceptance that there are things out there that cannot be explained? You know what you know, because you've never lived a life without that truth. That you are different, that your gender did not compute with that label assigned at birth. It does not matter how large a percentage of the general population is perfectly fine with their identity. That does not change you, how you responded to the mechanisms that made you who you are.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Carroll Bryant

Hope is believing in something that eludes you. It's a desperate feeling in a desperate situation.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Nikolai Berdyaev

There are no such things as nations, States and societies existing as collective common realities which stand on a higher level than personality and turn it into part of themselves.

By Anonym 19 Sep

Frank Herbert

The past may show the right way to behave if you live in the past, Stil, but circumstances change.

By Anonym 16 Sep

R. Alistair

For every quote, there is one that challenges it.

By Anonym 18 Sep

Peter Marshall

The continued appeal of anarchism can probably be attributed to its enduring affinity with both the rational and emotional impulses lying deep within us. It is an attitude, a way of life as well as a social philosophy. It presents a telling analysis of existing institutions and practices, and at the same time offers the prospect of a radically transformed society.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Amit Kalantri

Deep in my heart politeness impresses me more than competence.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Michael A. Ferro

You know, your grandmother once told me something that the Native Americans say about dogs with different-colored eyes: they are extraordinary, for they have the ability to look upon both heaven and hell.

By Anonym 16 Sep

Anurag Bhatt

Everybody hates lie but nobody wants to hear the truth.

By Anonym 20 Sep

Bruce Lee Bond

Your own forefathers killed to have and hold the land where you were born, and sought to extinguish the memories and souls of those that were slain. What of those who prayed in the mountains of Appalachia for thousands of years? That to me is an abomination, although it is the way of men.

By Anonym 15 Sep

Paul Morabito

Doing something once can be addicting. Doing it twice is admitting it.