Tuesday, January 29, 2013

The World

The world is what we know of it and what we make of it.

A Good Rule

A good rule has to be simple but flexible, but not too flexible to create more exceptions than compliance. A good rule has to have a provision to change and even abolish itself if it no longer fits or works. A good rule is universal but adabtable for nuisance.

A good rule lives but is not rigid in its ideology, values, or application. A good rule never needs explanation, reasons or excuses as it is self-evident and self-explanatory. A good rule is what it is, good and something to live by.

The Wisest Man

It's thought the wisest man is a homeless man for he knows what it's like to live without any possessions to burden one's desire for weath, he knows the indifference of the many who pass him by or the hate of those who speak to him in degrading terms, and he knows the charity of those who act out of compassion.

He is the wisest man for he knows the depth of the worst a man can be and be treated and knows the potential a man can achieve without the worry and burden. He is his own man unburdened by society's demands, unhindered by its norms, and unfettered by its values. Despite the life of the homeless man, he might be the wisest of men.

Saturday, January 5, 2013


The character of a person's thinking isn't the answers they give but the questions they ask.

Friday, January 4, 2013


An explanation serves little purpose other than to give the person the appearance of a reason or an excuse, and only serves to make the person feel better when said but never answers any questions.

Tuesday, January 1, 2013


The quieter the sound the louder the noise. Silence isn't the absence of sound, but the overwhelming noise of oneself.