The conventional mind is passive – it consumes information and regurgitates it in familiar forms. The dimensional mind is active, transforming everything it digests into something new and original, creating instead of consuming.
Feelings are great, and they have a purpose, but it’s certainly not to guide your life. Whoever said, “Follow your heart
In a world where women are commodities, a woman who refuses to sell herself will have the thing she refuses to sell taken away from her by force
Mannequins can’t dress themselves. Stones go wherever you throw them.
When you live countless stories in which you play a sedentary role, it’s an odd feeling to switch stories.
Time is altered, the years to came are altered
You know where you will find me
I, fear, I, death
I, the memory beyond reach
I, the recollection of the tenderness of your hands
I, the sadness of our broken life
I will defeat “it’s not my concern” with my anguish
I would rather have strong enemies than a world of passive individualists. In a world of passive individualists nothing seems worth anything simply because nobody stands for anything. That world has no convictions, no victories, no unions, no heroism, no absolutes, no heartbeat. That world has rigor mortis.
You can’t be neutral on a moving train.
Sometimes you have to do nothing to make something happen.
The path of peace is not a passive journey. It takes incredible strength not to open a can of ‘whoop-ass’, justifiably, when ones button is pushed.