Monthly Archives: February 2015
They call ignorance, greed, and selfishness “vices.”
One great teaching spreads through an infinity of sectarian splits.
So don’t blame the THC. Thank the drug for enhancing your self-awareness.
Socrates went to his death to prove a point, whereas Galileo negotiated to save his life: this is the decision between ethical truth versus value-free knowledge.
I am like Kafka’s ape—except I must learn to like bananas.
Assuming an attitude of aloofness, he preserved some small measure of self-respect—but a small one, at that.
I prefer to be the most pretentious person in the coffee shop.
Only reinterpretations can redeem our remembrances of times we’d rather, but cannot forget.
What some bureaucracies lack in size, they make up for in lack of speed.