Human education is concerned with certain changes in the intellects, characters and behavior of men, its problems being roughly included under these four topics: Aims, materials, means and methods.
Think for yourself, question authority.
All surfeit is the father of much fast.
As fresh as morning dew distill'd on flowers.
Inferiority is always with us, and merciless scorn of it is the keynote of the military temper.
There are people who in spite of their merit disgust us, and others who please us in spite of their faults.
Ingesting divine cinnabar will make your lifespan inexhaustible. You will last as long as heaven and earth, be able to travel on clouds and ride dragons, and ascend at will to the Heaven of Highest Clarity
Since our inner experiences consist of reproductions and combinations of sensory impressions, the concept of a soul without a body seems to me to be empty and devoid of meaning.
The solitude of the subject results from its relationship with the existing over which it is master. This mastery over existing is the power of beginning, of starting out from itself, starting out from itself neither to act nor to think, but to be.
No one ever died from sleeping in an unmade bed.
There are many who do not know they are fascists but will find it out when the time comes.
The excursion is the same when you go looking for your sorrow as when you go looking for your joy.
God did not become a servant so that we could order him around.
Write something, even if it's just a suicide note.
When you let intuition have its way with you, you open up new levels of the world. Such opening-up is the most practical of all activities.
Anyone who has been to an English public school will always feel comparatively at home in prison. It is the people brought up in the gay intimacy of the slums who find prison so soul-destroying.
Under our system there has been released great creative capacity, because we have been free, unrestricted. What have we achieved? A standard of living unequalled anywhere in the world. Not because we are smarter, not because we are more brilliant, not because we have greater capacity than people of other nations, but because we have had a system which is superior Â— a system which was wisely provided by the Founding Fathers. We must protect and safeguard that system. Sometimes we find people who almost apologize for it Â— the free enterprise system. Of course it is not perfect; it is operated by human beings, but it is the best system in operation in this world today. If we are wise, we will preserve it, we will strengthen it and we will safeguard it for our children and our childrenÂ’s children.
The truth which has made us free will in the end make us glad also.
Take care you don't let your tail be caught in the door.
Who hath no courage must have legs.