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Pleasure is the basic question of self-moderation. Pain is the basic question of self-mastery.
Everything looks suspicious when one has not mastered one’s suspicions.
X: After all these years, you are still writing? Y: Yes, I am. This game is addictive and cannot be mastered.
A “short cut” has a way of coming up short down the road.
I call him “master” not because he has mastered me, but because he has mastered himself.
Besides, no teachings can be mastered.
The Master depends upon the Disciple and the Apprentice, the Servant and the Slave. Remember this if you would imagine a world without mastery.
Have you considered that mathematics, like music, is a skill which freaks with twelve years of life experience can master?
Exactly: the Hobson’s choice is between serving one master and having none.
That your masters are impersonal than mine makes you both more modern and more delusional than me.