Wisdom to Joy
Guilty people see guilt written on the faces of saints, while the innocent see innocence in the hearts of all.
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.
One who talks too much usually thinks too little.
The only solution to violent crime in society is fear—criminals' fear of the intended victims.
Public opinion includes collective individual ignorance.
Gross negligence is equivalent to intentional wrong.
Peace without truth is poison.
Releasing resentment is always wise. Forgetting what happened is always foolish.
Choose your desires. Then choose your battles.
Joy is not in things, it is in us.
If you must battle, first know both yourself and your enemy.
The wise do not mourn.
and "Free Will"
Dharma Upholds
Friendship and enmity can exist only between equals.
Love is the awareness of unity.
To Give or
Not To Give?
Domination, God
and Savior-hood
You can't soar like an eagle if you travel with turkeys.
What do we live for if not to make life less difficult for others?
On Mastery
and Trust
Evaluate vs.
Put Down
Strength comes only through resistance.
Know thy self. Know thy Self.
निर्देशन शांति
के लिए
Confidence comes only through challenges.
Truth is like a lion; you don't have to defend it. Freed, it defends itself.
Truth alone triumphs.
The Donut
Machine Story
the Heaviness
Two Boats and
a Helicopter
Humans Prefer
The Money
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