Wisdom to Joy
In any compromise between good and evil, only evil can profit.
When good people fail to act, evil triumphs.
Belief is potent, but belief does not make something true. Disbelief in something does not make it untrue or impotent.
People without courage live on their knees.
Appearances can be deceiving. A small body may harbour a great soul, and a great position may harbour a young soul.
Moderation in the pursuit of justice is not virtuous.
Commerce and spirituality, in themselves, are mutually exclusive. Commerce can be honest and without exploitation.
The only solution to violent crime in society is fear—criminals' fear of the intended victims.
The only thing that is truly free is bondage. A benefit for an obligation, and an obligation for a benefit. Protection for allegiance, and allegiance for protection.
Gross negligence is equivalent to intentional wrong.
Deserve something first; desire it afterwards.
Releasing resentment is always wise. Forgetting what happened is always foolish.
If you are in debt, somebody owns a part of you.
Equality,
Uniqueness
and "Free Will"
Dharma
Money
Joy is not in things, it is in us.
Interest robs the poor to pay the rich.
To Give or
Not To Give?
Joy
Domination, God
and Savior-hood
The wise do not mourn.
Fractional banking and high-yield trading rob everyone.
On Mastery
Healing
and Trust
Evaluate vs.
Put Down
Love is the awareness of unity.
Life, liberty, and property do not exist because of laws; they existed first, and laws were created afterwards.
निर्देशन शांति
के लिए
What do we live for if not to make life less difficult for others?
When law and morality contradict each other, people lose either morality or respect for law.
It's easy to be generous with someone else's money.
The Donut
Machine Story
Lifting
the Heaviness
Two Boats and
a Helicopter
Humans Prefer
Cooperation
The Money
Man
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