A silent idea is louder than a spoken words
All my pains has always increased my sense of purpose.
Saddam’s politics was the politics of the thug, of violence from the outset of his reign. Realism suggests that some people are not going to be tractable in response to purely peaceable overtures. Indeed, it certainly appears that some individuals, including notably Saddam Hussein, will cheerfully help themselves to a yard for every inch offered by well-meaning peacemakers. When we are dealing with customers as tough as that, there is no alternative to being tough ourselves.
If we all work together there is no telling how we can change the world through the impact of promoting positivity online.
I don’t just want to ban The Bomb. I want to ban all bombs, whatever, and all bombers, whoever, and all bombings, whyever. There have to be better ways of saying no and making changes.
When a turbulent mind and wounded heart surrenders to grace, breathing is easy.
Name and form are simply illusions of separation. Love doesn’t make us blind; rather, it erases the illusions so we can see clearly.
It is not my purpose here to document the destruction caused by war … The point is to ask ourselves why these accounts have not had greater effect. … Why is it that many of us are deeply moved by visual art, fiction, and firsthand accounts of destruction and yet accept war as a means of resolving conflict or defending ourselves?
Failure taught him that he could have made the right choice. I could have tried.
There is no greater peace than work and no greater happiness than progress.