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Simplicity gives you the power of freedom.
Kindness gives you the power of boldness.
Humility gives you the power of acceptance. ~ Debasish Mridha
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Debasish Mridha
Happiness is a state of awareness, which comes from tranquility, service, love, grace, and forgiveness. ~ Debasish Mridha
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Debasish Mridha
A major danger in using highly abstractive methods in political philosophy is that one will succeed merely in generalizing one's own local prejudices and repackaging them as demands of reason. The study of history can help to counteract this natural human bias. ~ Raymond Geuss
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Raymond Geuss
With type as with philosophy, music and food, it is better to have a little of the best than to be swamped with the derivative, the careless, the routine. ~ Robert Bringhurst
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Robert Bringhurst
Having devoted the first half of my life to the dark, I feel obliged to rever any pinpoint of light now. ~ Mary Karr
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Mary Karr
Focus on the denouement of the purpose of life and act on the narrative. ~ Debasish Mridha
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Debasish Mridha
This scene expresses the basic situation of immaturity; lyricism is an attempt to face that situation: the individual expelled from the protected enclosure of childhood wishes to enter the world, but at the same time, because he is frightened of it, he fashions an artificial replacement world out of his own verse. He makes his poems revolve around him like the planets around the sun; he becomes the center of a small universe in which nothing is alien, in which he feels as much at home as a child inside its mother, for everything here is fashioned only from the substance of his soul. Here he can accomplish everything that is so difficult "outside;" here he can, like the student Wolker, march with a proletarian crowd to make a revolution and, like the virginal Rimbaud, lash his "little girlfriends" because that crowd and those girlfriends are not fashioned out of the hostile substance of an alien world but out of the substance of his own dreams, and they are thus he himself and do not shatter the unity of the universe he has constructed for himself. ~ Milan Kundera
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Milan Kundera
Religion is part of the human make-up. It's also part of our cultural and intellectual history. Religion was our first attempt at literature, the texts, our first attempt at cosmology, making sense of where we are in the universe, our first attempt at health care, believing in faith healing, our first attempt at philosophy. ~ Christopher Hitchens
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Christopher Hitchens
We should not use philosophy like a herbal remedy, to be discarded when we're through. Rather, we must allow philosophy to remain with us, continually guarding our judgements throughout life, forming part of our daily regimen, like eating a nutritious diet or taking phisical exercise. ~ Musonius Rufus
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Musonius Rufus
To the horror of those who can genuinely claim to have suffered from its effects, alienation has proved a highly profitable commodity in the cultural marketplace. Modernist art with its dissonances and torments, to take one example, has become the staple diet of an increasingly voracious army of culture consumers who know good investments when they see them. The avant-garde, if indeed the term can still be used, has become an honored ornament of our cultural life, less to be feared than feted. The philosophy of existentialism, to cite another case, which scarcely a generation ago seemed like a breath of fresh air, has now degenerated into a set of easily manipulated clichés and sadly hollow gestures. This decline occurred, it should be noted, not because analytic philosophers exposed the meaninglessness of its categories, but rather as a result of our culture's uncanny ability to absorb and defuse even its most uncompromising opponents. ~ Martin Jay
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Martin Jay
Plastic will be the new pearl of the ocean. ~ Anthony T. Hincks
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Anthony T. Hincks
It's no use going back to yesterday, because I was a different person then. ~ Lewis Carroll
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Lewis Carroll
The contrast between good and evil fades by diluting the essence of one or the other. ~ Craig Smedley
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Craig Smedley
We can make robots that learn from mistakes, yet man still makes the same ones over, and over. ~ Anthony T. Hincks
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Anthony T. Hincks
Love is so critical issue. At any time, at any moment, for anyone, love can be created very soon. ~ Sajal Ahmed
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Sajal Ahmed
We ask for too much salvation by legislation. All we need to do is empower individuals with the right philosophy and the right information to opt out en masse. (quoting Joel Salatin) ~ Michael Pollan
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Michael Pollan
I think when I was two years old in the sandbox. I think I formulated my basic philosophy there, and I haven't really had to alter it very much ever since. ~ Boyd Rice
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Boyd Rice
The ancient world was fairly modern for its time. ~ Anthony T. Hincks
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Anthony T. Hincks
To teach someone something, appreciate even the slightest improvements and avoid criticism. ~ Debasish Mridha
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Debasish Mridha
The world needs psychological singularity, that is oneness among humans, not some pompous biotechnological singularity. ~ Abhijit Naskar
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Abhijit Naskar
Our prayer will never grow obsolete, no matter what other ideas or philosophies may appear, or what other measures may be taken ~ Masahisa Goi
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Masahisa Goi
Humanly speaking, let us define truth, while waiting for a better definition as a statement of facts as they are ~ Voltaire
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Voltaire
When we appreciate and express gratitude for the abundance in our life our lives become more abundant. ~ Debasish Mridha
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Debasish Mridha
When there is nonjudgmental love then there is no giving up. ~ Debasish Mridha
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Debasish Mridha
The damaging notion that obscure is the way philosophy should sound. ~ Clive James
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Clive James
There will be no enemy if we overpower them with love. ~ Debasish Mridha
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Debasish Mridha
The best lessons of life are learnt in silence and solitude. ~ Abhijit Naskar
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Abhijit Naskar
Every student adheres to strict discipline ~ Lailah Gifty Akita
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Lailah Gifty Akita
I embrace you despite your race.
I accept you despite your religion.
I admire you despite your education.
I welcome you despite your gender.
I love you despite your status.
I need you despite your politics.

You are my brothers, you are my sisters,
you are my mothers, and you are my fathers.
I am as you are, you are as I am; we are as we are.
Let us become as we were meant to become. ~ Matshona Dhliwayo
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Matshona Dhliwayo
To improve your being, appreciate yourself for simplest of reasons. ~ Debasish Mridha
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Debasish Mridha
Open all windows and let love come in. ~ Debasish Mridha
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Debasish Mridha
Love is the instinct for creation. If there is no love, there is no humanity. ~ Debasish Mridha
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Debasish Mridha
Mohammed took his tribal customs and traditions and injected them into his new religion. Many of the ideas and traditions he implemented were already contained in the tribes he conquered, so in many cases, no major changes were required of his new followers. For example, most, if not all, of the tribes were polygamous. Women were seen primarily as chattel and under the complete control of their fathers or husbands. The communities of the new Islamic religion in the 600s CE often converted en masse. With minor modifications, they kept practicing their traditions. Mecca was already a major pagan religious shrine; Mohammed conveniently changed it into a place of worship and pilgrimage for Allah.
Practically speaking, Mohammed unified a fracture region under a single religion and did it with a superior military. Conquest, war, and male predominance were the hallmarks of Islam. Despite political splits over the centuries, the tribal nature of Islam remains intact. ~ Darrel Ray
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Darrel Ray
If people lived forever - if they never got any older - if they could just go on living in this world, never dying, always healthy - do you think they'd bother to think hard about things, the way were doing now? I mean, we think about its everything, more or less - philosophy, psychology, logic. Religion. Literature. I kinda think, if there were no such t
hing as death, the complicated thoughts and ideas like that would never come into the world. ~ Haruki Murakami
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Haruki Murakami
There could be no objection to homicidal art as art. One could certainly object that an artwork made out of dead bodies is immoral, but from a purely aesthetic point of view, it could still be a rewarding aesthetic experience and hence a great work of art. (From the book Hannibal Lecter & Philosophy: The Heart Of The Matter) ~ John McAteer
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by John McAteer
7 Laws of Money

1.Seek money.
2.Make money.
3.Save money.
4.Spend money.
5.Enjoy money.
6.Share money.
7.Respect money. ~ Matshona Dhliwayo
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Matshona Dhliwayo
Love can sometimes rise up like a desperate cry from a neglected part of oneself which takes a long view but which is submerged by the presence of strident wants. ~ John Armstrong
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by John Armstrong
If you're without imperfection, hurl the first insult at a challenged person
Kamil Ali ~ Kamil Ali
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Kamil Ali
Life is like Alice's White Rabbit. He runs away and does not grab anything, but this is not important: what matters is to keep on pursuing him. ~ Gabriele Corno
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Gabriele Corno
What if opposites could be combined and transcended, paradox embraced, a whole life lived in contradictory case? ~ Rachel Hartman
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Rachel Hartman
Although we very clearly see the sun, we ought not therefore to determine that it is only of the size which our sense of sight presents; and we may very distinctly imagine the head of a lion joined to the body of a goat, without being therefore shut up to the conclusion that a chimaera exists; for it is not a dictate of reason that what we thus see or imagine is in reality existent; but it plainly tells us that all our ideas or notions contain in them some truth. ~ Rene Descartes
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Rene Descartes
I have caressed a small child's hair, and in doing so, know there is a God. ~ Lewis Bryan
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Lewis Bryan
If you want inner peace, unconditionally forgive everyone. If you want world peace, be an example and love everyone. ~ Debasish Mridha
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Debasish Mridha
No law can be sacred to me but that of my nature. Good and bad are but names very readily transferable to that or this; the only right is what is after my constitution; the only wrong is what is against it. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
And so my militant philosophy is this: to make with a brush on canvas is a simple direct delight-to make with the movie is the same. ~ Norman McLaren
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Norman McLaren
Sometimes I think that we're the aliens. ~ Anthony T. Hincks
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Anthony T. Hincks
Imagination is glorious riches of mystery. ~ Lailah Gifty Akita
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Lailah Gifty Akita
You sometimes hear people say, with a certain pride in their clerical resistance to the myth, that the nineteenth century really ended not in 1900 but in 1914. But there are different ways of measuring an epoch. 1914 has obvious qualifications; but if you wanted to defend the neater, more mythical date, you could do very well. In 1900 Nietzsche died; Freud published The Interpretation of Dreams; 1900 was the date of Husserl Logic, and of Russell's Critical Exposition of the Philosophy of Leibniz. With an exquisite sense of timing Planck published his quantum hypothesis in the very last days of the century, December 1900. Thus, within a few months, were published works which transformed or transvalued spirituality, the relation of language to knowing, and the very locus of human uncertainty, henceforth to be thought of not as an imperfection of the human apparatus but part of the nature of things, a condition of what we may know. 1900, like 1400 and 1600 and 1000, has the look of a year that ends a saeculum. The mood of fin de siècle is confronted by a harsh historical finis saeculi. There is something satisfying about it, some confirmation of the rightness of the patterns we impose. But as Focillon observed, the anxiety reflected by the fin de siècle is perpetual, and people don't wait for centuries to end before they express it. Any date can be justified on some calculation or other.

And of course we have it now, the sense of an ending. It has not diminished, and ~ Frank Kermode
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Frank Kermode
We can't calm waves, but we can steer the ship. ~ Hayley Long
Bergsonian Philosophy quotes by Hayley Long
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