Wisdom to Joy
Life, liberty, and property do not exist because of laws; they existed first, and laws were created afterwards.
When law and morality contradict each other, people lose either morality or respect for law.
Great possessions are great cares.
It's easy to be generous with someone else's money.
Liberty, like charity, begins at home.
When plunder becomes a way of life for a group in a society, they create laws that authorize it and a moral code that glorifies it.
The price of liberty is perpetual vigilance and the willingness and capability to take action.
Politicians try to remedy evil by increasing the very thing that caused the evil in the first place: legal plunder.
Releasing resentment is always wise. Forgetting what happened is always foolish.
People who want to live at the expense of the state have forgetten that the state lives at the expense of everyone.
Pride causes falls.
Sincere ignorance is dangerous.
Our glory consists not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.
Domination, God
and Savior-hood
Dharma
Money
There is none so blind as one who is unwilling to see.
In any compromise between good and evil, only evil can profit.
To Give or
Not To Give?
Joy
The Singers and
the Warlords
People judge others according to themselves.
When good people fail to act, evil triumphs.
On Mastery
Healing
and Trust
Evaluate vs.
Put Down
Guilty people see guilt written on the faces of saints, while the innocent see innocence in the hearts of all.
People without courage live on their knees.
निर्देशन शांति
के लिए
Keeping the eyes, ears, and mind open and mouth shut is fertile ground for knowledge and wisdom.
Moderation in the pursuit of justice is not virtuous.
The only solution to violent crime in society is fear—criminals' fear of the intended victims.
The Donut
Machine Story
Lifting
the Heaviness
Two Boats and a
Helicopter
Humans Prefer
Cooperation
The Money
Man
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