Philosophy

«Memories make you sentimental, experiences make you smart.»

Amit Kalantri


«To find eternal peace, love everyone as if they are your beloved children.»

Debasish Mridha


«Words were the bane of her existence. She drowned in them when all she wanted was silence, only to have them recede when one desperately-sought phrase would be the key to her salvation. Most things were like that: excess in times of abundance, and shortages in times of dearth. Life, she realized, was an unbalanced scale, and would never weigh in one's favor, struggle as one might.»

Nenia Campbell


«No matter how miserable your life is, accept it with love, every thing will change.»

Debasish Mridha


«Am I right in suggesting that ordinary life is a mean between these extremes, that the noble man devotes his material wealth to lofty ends, the advancement of science, or art, or some such true ideal; and that the base man does the opposite by concentrating all his abilities on the amassing of wealth?'»

Aleister Crowley


«Your right actions might hurt someone, so if required apologize for your right actions, but don't stop taking right actions.»

Amit Kalantri


«All sciences are vain and full of errors that are not born of Experience, the mother of all Knowledge.»

Leonardo da Vinci


«Anyone who never gave away a thing of love without expectation has never enjoyed pure joy of life.»

Debasish Mridha


«Be gentle, kind and loving to yourself.»

Debasish Mridha


«Rien ne sert de courir il faut partir à point»

Jean de La Fontaine


«Before leaving the world, leave a profound positive mark of love upon the world.»

Debasish Mridha


«When you have a purpose of life it becomes the light to show you the path toward your destination.»

Debasish Mridha


«A student, filled with emotion and crying, implored, "Why is there so much suffering?"»

Shunryu Suzuki


«To be a leader you have to jump into the ocean of uncertainty and lead the followers toward the known or unknown destination.»

Debasish Mridha


«A human being’s first responsibility is to love himself.»

Debasish Mridha


«I think most readers would say the same. Most would choose Midori. And the protagonist, of course, chooses her in the end. But some part of him is always in the other world and he cannot abandon it. It’s a part of him, an essential part. All human beings have a sickness in their minds. That space is a part of them.»

Haruki Murakami


«What a tragic realm this is, he reflected. Those down here are prisoners, and the ultimate tragedy is that they don't know it; they think they are free because they have never been free, and do not understand what it means.»

Philip K. Dick


«No matter how knowledgeable you are, respect your parents for their experience and your children for their curiosity.»

Amit Kalantri


«Our enemies are quite good for relentlessly keeping us sharp and on our toes. This especially goes for sincere philosophers. They use their enemies to challenge their arguments so that they can know the weak points in their own reasoning and how to argue for and strengthen their position. There are just none like one's enemies to always look for his mistakes and do it harder than anyone else.»

Criss Jami


«Love is the magic ink, which transform everyday life into a poetry.»

Debasish Mridha


«Whatever others may say, they say it to deceive and comfort themselves, not help you.»

Dejan Stojanovic


«Hope has magic in it, it can create a door when there is none.»

Debasish Mridha


«And although I have seen nothing but black crows in my life, it doesn't mean that there's no such thing as a white crow. Both for a philosopher and for a scientist it can be important not to reject the possibility of finding a white crow. You might almost say that hunting for 'the white crow' is science's principal task.»

Jostein Gaarder


«They can't tell so much about you if you got your eyes closed.»

Ken Kesey


«When you dream with optimism and trust, it becomes a reality fast.»

Debasish Mridha


«The pity of it was that this discovery, if such it was, now seemed so stale, so profitless to me. What good was it? What good did thinking ever do?»

Jed Rubenfeld


«The man who alters his way of thinking to suit others is a fool.»

Marquis de Sade


«Imagination is cheap as long as you don't have to worry about the details.»

Daniel C. Dennett


«One must wait until the evening to see how splendid the day has been.»

Sophocles


«Let us be a messenger of peace and illuminate the world with the lights of our love.»

Debasish Mridha