Top 1000 Quotes

“I started reading…” Aaron Swartz

Although I’m positive you didn’t mean it to be, this is kind of a loaded question; when you take the individual context of each person, there’s really no set in stone way to approach being willfully ignorant and continuing to contribute to corruption. Individual

“A man who views the world…” -Muhammad Ali

lol dude ur gonna change within the next 30 years, to think that you’re not means you’ve probably not had more experiences with the external world. but even then, if you divulge into your inner self you still WOULD change within 30 years. just

If I Die… Philippe Petit

I don’t know if you were laughing because of how he was shaking before he fell, but it wasn’t due to him being nervous. The wind was gusting pretty bad the day of the event. He was warned and begged by family and friends

“Make your own Bible…” Ralph Waldo Emerson

So you should ignore your own perspective entirely? What is “real” is subjective to the person. Our views and beliefs shape how we see the world around us. The only reality we have is our own. Idk what this “set” is your talking about

“You’re a smart man…” Jacques Fresco

The problem is it’s just become a generic ‘I’m 17 and I don’t like(or understand) this quote’ response. Okay, maybe there are some things that belong there, but it is way too widely posted, it’s one of the top responses for nearly every fucking

“Fairy tales are more than true …” – G.K. Chesterton

This is a Neil Gaiman misquote of GK Chesterton, Gaiman has owned up to goofing the quote on his blog: http://neil-gaiman.tumblr.com/post/42909304300/my-moms-a-librarian-and-planning-to-put-literary The actual Chesterton quote from *Tremendous Trifles* is: > The timidity of the child or the savage is entirely reasonable; they are alarmed

“If we grew our own food…” Mark Boyle

I am all for buying good quality things and not throwing them out. But it’s ludicrous to say I should spend my free time learning how to make my own furniture. I also can’t purify my water as quickly, or for the same cost,

Kafka – Gates of Hell

your non-interpretation has reminded me how this one links to one of my favourite quotes, which I will share: A wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every human creature is constituted to be that profound secret and mystery to every other. A solemn consideration,