Start with the end in mind. This statement is made by some philosopher whom i can't remember.
They embed great lessons. It draws you to understand what life is about, or hopefully give you a better idea how to live a life. Having a better understanding and hopefully live life in a better way.
Confucius have also mentioned about realising life with age. Can't remember the exact statement.
They are all philosophers with great wisdom and inquiring about truths, perhaps what we call facts of life.
Can we ever know the 'right' way to life? Or must we fault or are we made to fault? There are 2 school of thoughts one of which is rationalizing-guided by logic, i can't remember the second.
This incoherence somewhat sums things up.
I take things too easily though i do value them.
Its hard to quantise how much i value various 'things', trying my best i can only say they mean 'alot' to me and affects me. Its just very hard to stop myself from being this way but i can't seem to accept. I can't even accept me being like this myself, so how do i expect any other person to accept this 'reasoning'. I only know i value them.
The more you know, the less you understand. --Lao tse
Is this true?
The more you learn, the more you know. The more you know, the more you forget. The more you forget, the less you know. So why bother to learn? --George Bernard Shaw
This is just paradoxical.
A man is like a fraction whose numerator is what he is and whose denominator is what he thinks of himself. The larger the denominator the smaller the fraction. -- Leo Tolstoy
This is true.
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