I scrutinized his face for honesty and then looked away. He was either a lunatic, a really good liar, or he was actually telling the truth.
I think humans are only capable of small moments of honesty. Then they get tired and back away. It’s something to foster, this ability to keep it for longer. How to keep being honest and aware.
…he’ll come back. We all come back, kate. These private little revolutions always die. The compromise is always made. In a peculiar way. Frank is right– every man does have a star. The star of one’s honesty. And you spend your life groping for it, but once it’s out it never lights again. I don’t think he went very far. He probably just wanted to be alone to watch his star go out.
A young child is a leader to an elderly person once his purpose has a faithful, sincere and trustworthy influence on people. Leadership is not restricted to position and age; it is self-made and influencial. Everyone has this self-leadership quality.
People sometimes get so lost in their own beliefs that they fail to gain truth and understanding. You can’t get the whole picture just by relying on your own perception. Never be afraid of the truth.
You should be happy because I was certain (predictable) with u, rest of the world named me VOLCANO.
Honesty is a quality Patrick likes. Give him a bitter pill if the situation demands it, but don’t tell him it’s chocolate.
If we are not ashamed to think it, we should not be ashamed to say it.
Lies can’t grow. Once plucked they can only wither. But every truth, once planted, grows into a tall, noble tree.
If I were to be brutally honest with myself, how often is my journey actually a path designed to circumvent my journey?