Friday, March 10, 2017

250 More Daily Quotes

The project of daily created aphorisms continues!


"Rationalizing hatred dehumanizes ourselves first." ~ 1001
"Defining myself by what I am not excludes possibility." ~ 1002
"Vengeance only continues the cycle of suffering." ~ 1003
"Each of us have a similar amount of brain mass born uniquely distributed, focused by experience." ~ 1004
"Very few brides or grooms understand what 'for better or worse' really means when they proclaim it." ~ 1005
"I reject your vanity and insert my own." ~ 1006
"Suffering grows well upon the dung heap of a junk food mind." ~ 1007
"All mental states suffer from the locality of truth." ~ 1008
"Market and ideological bubbles pop freedom." ~ 1009
"Gravity is a bubble's arch enemy." ~ 1010
"Overthinking is probabilistically better than underthinking." ~ 1011
"One can not catch the infinite by counting." ~ 1012
"I am that which was to me but is to you." ~ 1013
"There is little proof that starvation will fix lazy or stupid." ~ 1014
"A good marriage pulls like a matched set of oxen." ~ 1015
"Of seven billion people only one of us can be number one." ~ 1016
"Cults are born when liars or fools proclaim to know the infinite will." ~ 1017
"I love the search for truth more than truth itself as I love the game I play more than its victory." ~ 1018
"Either our finest hour is past or yet unborn. Me? I prefer the later." ~ 1019
"'Tis better to give away love than sell it for chump change." ~ 1020
"The QWERTY keyboard is a prime example of how capitalism doesn't necessarily provide the better solution." ~ 1021
"Quarter notes are the heart beat of life, while all the other tones but fleeting thought." ~ 1022
"Truths given early are seldom abandoned as identity overrules experience." ~ 1023
"Most of us are lucky to be good at something, much less love it too." ~ 1024
"Oh my many loves that we once stepped in parallel is enough." ~ 1025
"Rarely does good will grow from electoral fertilizer." ~ 1026
"Excellence is not necessarily a property of power or wealth." ~ 1027
"Are the alms I'm a given or the arms I'm a gettin lead'n us to Armageddon?" ~ 1028
"The rich can do much more damage than the poor." ~ 1029
"Is there any plateau of knowing which is sufficient?" ~ 1030
"Freedom and happiness are meaningless in the infinity of death." ~ 1031
"The educated who do not serve waste some part of society's investment in them." ~ 1032
"Even assholes achieve their own certain kind of excellence." ~ 1033
"The zeitgeist is a real but intangible." ~ 1034
"The beauty of asymmetry is that without it we could not exist." ~ 1035
"Capitalism is when others tell you what your value is." ~ 1036
"Is it right that we would save souls and not bodies?" ~ 1037
"Gradually children come to know the influence their parents had upon them." ~ 1038
"Thought hobbies cost nothing but breath." ~ 1039
"That I eased some token of suffering is better than the alternative." ~ 1040
"We all have built in obsolescence, our telomeres are terminal." ~ 1041
"The darkness does less evil than my fear of it." ~ 1042
"I can barely grasp at my own context, much less yours." ~ 1043
"We all suffer from the limitations of our expertise." ~ 1044
"No matter how loud we yell, the vapor of our breath evaporates soon after death." ~ 1045
"Spanking fails when vengeance prevails." ~ 1046
"More time is spent reading good writing than scribing it." ~ 1047
"The academy has mostly forgotten to teach how to live a good life." ~ 1048
"Hating the other is a poor way to improve self esteem." ~ 1049
"Should one wish for blinders upon their soul?" ~ 1050
"How can the children of a lesser god think themselves greater?" ~ 1051
"People who buy homes have few unmet needs." ~ 1052
"Some experiences are so bad only perhaps death will free us from them." ~ 1053
"I rather be foolish than cruel." ~ 1054
"It is good to have friends smarter than I." ~ 1055
"The supposed invulnerability of our youth often blinds us to others frailty." ~ 1056
"Fear rationalizes killing the innocent." ~ 1057
"At a minimum I forgive because it heals me." ~ 1058
"A pruned tree of knowledge knows it's shape." ~ 1059
"In the symphony of the cosmos we here are less than a single note." ~ 1060
"Shopping for clothes is easier and less important than shopping for ideas." ~ 1061
"From the depth water rose, emergent sea; now we face our global doom, emergency." ~ 1062
"He rose a gape t'feel ya. Eros agape & philia" ~ 1063
"Do cycles of violence have a first cause?" ~ 1064
"Seeing only faults, I have closed my mind." ~ 1065
"War enables surgical wisdom." ~ 1066
"In reality it is the living who feast upon the dead." ~ 1067
"Getting no satisfaction prompts learning and growth." ~ 1068
"We are not taught what the teacher doesn't know but we can learn it for our own." ~ 1069
"It is not the idea we fear but how it is used." ~ 1070
"I'm a'museing a'using amusing." ~ 1071
"To have a conviction and live by it is harder than overthrowing anothers." ~ 1072
"Why are we surprised when Machiavelli's children gain power?" ~ 1073
"Getting by bumpy patches is only partially a taught skill." ~ 1074
"Speaking in the context of another's myth allows them to finally hear you." ~ 1075
"Politics is where we argue ideals that none of us can live up to." ~ 1076
"Topologically we are all wholly holy holey." ~ 1077
"Oh sweet agony, you shared dark muse, when will it be my turn again?" ~ 1078
"The lord's sword hangs over our neck demanding submission or forever pain." ~ 1079
"It is as hard to give constructive criticism as it is to take." ~ 1080
"A winning gloater's future judgement should not be trusted and a whining loser's future is less dark than it appears." ~ 1081
"The single sentence without gravitas will not stand alone." ~ 1082
"Memories, like an old lovers kiss, never tasting as sweet as we imagines." ~ 1083
"Truth is held at the local but ascribed to the general." ~ 1084
"Holding on to the past inevitably fails." ~ 1085
"On some occasions I try to avoid pain while in others I must master it." ~ 1086
"Sometimes the muse hits me a bong, but most times she's off trippin with her friends." ~ 1087
"That I exist even in just this moment I find sufficient for love, beauty, and truth." ~ 1088
"The sleepless can do more chores but accomplish less." ~ 1089
"The total sensory experience through a lifetime varies greatly for each of us." ~ 1090
"Awe allows us to face the abyss." ~ 1091
"From the lilly pad I croak 'breath is awesome'." ~ 1092
"Objectification of the other is necessary to enable soldiers to murder." ~ 1093
"Prisons also have high walls at their borders." ~ 1094
"Words are categorizations of states of being." ~ 1095
"From the market's viewpoint we are each one of seven billion replaceable, expendable parts." ~ 1096
"Most probably, the void is staring back at us." ~ 1097
"Confirmation bias requires constant attention to transcend." ~ 1098
"Who amongst us is the aphid and who the ant?" ~ 1099
"I can take credit for neither the hurricane or knowing of its arrival." ~ 1100
"Memories are awareness's banked accounts." ~ 1101
"The set of lie's we believe sets us a part." ~ 1102
"Should I risk all or is a bad compromise better than no compromise." ~ 1103
"Better to waste on charity than that others die because I did not help." ~ 1104
"My cause a belly is too much food while my cause a Bel'y is too much love." ~ 1105
"If someone found a way to minimize the wars, could they ever even tell us?" ~ 1106
"I am stunned by how many crabby old men my wealthy generation has created." ~ 1107
"The 'have and to hold' bit follows the 'honor and respect' part." ~ 1108
"A good life cannot simply be willed into existence." ~ 1109
"Alliteration illustrates mean meaning" ~ 1110
"Desire is a trickily pulled booger, but fate's that glue keeping it stuck to your finger." ~ 1111
"Death may well be the end of questioning my beliefs." ~ 1112
"I am so thankful that faking it can often develop into competence." ~ 1113
"Belief is of the surface of things, never the thing itself." ~ 1114
"Awe can happen when my self absorption is interrupted." ~ 1115
"We learn to speak aloud before we learn to speak in our heads." ~ 1116
"We each can think no more than 100 billion words in a lifetime." ~ 1117
"About half the time when someone says 'you are wrong' what they really mean is 'I don't understand'." ~ 1118
"Learning will only amplify that signal which you already are." ~ 1119
"Vainglory encourages ignorant opinion to be shouted." ~ 1120
"A day without art is lesser." ~ 1121
"To claim a soul is not needed to acclaim compassion." ~ 1122
"Work that allows me to mind my own mind does." ~ 1123
"With death and taxes certain, declaring war on taxes is futile until death is vanquished." ~ 1124
"A job is when you sell your self into someone else's dream." ~ 1125
"Because I did not lock my house does not mean I deserve to have my things stolen." ~ 1126
"If you could build a million consciousness's, should you?" ~ 1127
"The Hindu seeks continuity, the Muslim community, the Buddhist contentment, and the Christian simply strives." ~ 1128
"Language is bigger on the inside." ~ 1129
"On our journey we dare not stray too far from the path as to not lose one another." ~ 1130
"We are more or less what we think we are." ~ 1131
"There a scaling limit to where we might not ever play at being gods." ~ 1132
"Love is also a practical, public, muscular, masculine thing." ~ 1133
"Prior to radio, time was delivered like mail." ~ 1134
"Revolution is that nasty brutish business whereby we remake our myths." ~ 1135
"Judging another seems to start with false assumptions about myself." ~ 1136
"Debt is the shackle of modern slavery." ~ 1137
"If all the possible patterns do not exist, we are all the more special." ~ 1138
"The wealth I seek has no currency." ~ 1139
"Belief allows the unverifiable to become our truth." ~ 1140
"The rational can be infinite too." ~ 1141
"Fatigue reduces control of both emotions and decisions." ~ 1142
"A lack of manners is only a virtue in crisis." ~ 1143
"Medicine is replacing the body one part at a time." ~ 1144
"I have become the tool of my own process." ~ 1145
"Kindness requires practice letting go." ~ 1146
"Is maximizing the amount of life in the universe morally good?" ~ 1147
"Almost everyone pretends they know and too often ridicule those that don't." ~ 1148
"Without labor nothing is made." ~ 1149
"Rural, village, town, or city, the percentage of jerks seems consistent; in the city concentration makes them more visible." ~ 1150
"Live each day as if you had to repeat it over and over and infinitely again." ~ 1151
"We are all a least a little stupid too." ~ 1152
"A victory won in hatred is no victory at all." ~ 1153
"What does it say of my generation that churches have become emotional fitness clubs?" ~ 1154
"Objective reality does not care about politics, parties, or pet peeves." ~ 1155
"Expanding our horizons does not necessarily expand our options." ~ 1156
"Not all ideas that take up space are worthy of it." ~ 1157
"If one believes in free markets but not evolution they understand neither." ~ 1158
"The automated training of machines is cheaper than training humans." ~ 1159
"Choice does not exist unaware." ~ 1160
"A sentence pulls on a single strand in the warp and weave of knowledge." ~ 1161
"Where is this will that I will and why do I will it so?" ~ 1162
"People who have stared deeply at death tend to be less concerned with property rights." ~ 1163
"That you are different from me means I might learn from you." ~ 1164
"I stand on love, which makes humility and kindness almost in my grasp." ~ 1165
"Can there be any doubt that greed won the war on Christ's mass long ago?" ~ 1166
"The wise rarely seek publicity therefore are rarely heard." ~ 1167
"Can you deny sex or death and truly live?" ~ 1168
"The front door used to divide our attire and voice, now every keyboard is a public space." ~ 1169 
"Conflating a person's beliefs with a person's rights devalues both." ~ 1170
"How high can we stack the cards of humanity before its house collapses?" ~ 1171
"We grind our axes sharp then lose them for others to find." ~ 1172
"Douchebaggery, when viewed from a well marketed angle, can appear quite successful." ~ 1173
"Everyone secretly believes they are not minions too." ~ 1174
"I despise the golden rule because you, my man, are just my tool." ~ 1175
"Our sensory metaphors are always incomplete reflections." ~ 1176
"Public schooling emphasizes cohort over community." ~ 1177
"Desperation often drives me to pick the last option found." ~ 1178
"Politicians lie that we might entrust them." ~ 1179
"Must we be pro and con found at the same time?" ~ 1180
"Revenge is not justice." ~ 1181
"I shall learn this year in order to have a better resolution on truth." ~ 1182
"For nail soup to continue, additional produce and water is required." ~ 1183
"Mystic memory calls to the better angle of my natural perspective." ~ 1184
"I float on the ripples of dead people's thoughts rather than cleaning the ring around my toilet." ~ 1185
"Markets typically make better input than output streams." ~ 1186
"The luckiest old man has little left to offer but wisdom." ~ 1187
"A gun is no substitute for the golden rule." ~ 1188
"Following some dreams brings little happiness nor any success." ~ 1189
"Each of us gives our Self meaning by trying to be one thing or another." ~ 1190
"Is it better to be wickedly smart or holy foolish?" ~ 1191
"Fate more oft forces cooperation than ideology." ~ 1192
"We can no more exist without cause than we can will without meaning." ~ 1193
"Time spent being aware does not lead to better memory." ~ 1194
"What profit of joy does not cost some pain?" ~ 1195
"The fading dreams of old men and the vigourous passions of young ones are usually not very good at making a better union." ~ 1196
"A love of theater is a dramatic parenting tool." ~ 1197
"Liberty and freedom are stories of a house built on a foundation of responsibility." ~ 1198
"Words farm the sensual experience." ~ 1199
"The tree of life is bound by its blooming in the moment of being." ~ 1200
"The direction of the cosmos is not determined by humans, only its experience." ~ 1201
"Terror is a tactic, not an enemy." ~ 1202
"No one among us knows how much learning is too much learning." ~ 1203
"The range of which I can become is far less than I can imagine." ~ 1204
"Great men can at best barely belay their civilization's chase to disorder." ~ 1205
"Too soon we grow a bespoke industrial brain to slave for our leisure." ~ 1206
"War gives us peace by pieces and pieces by peace." ~ 1207
"There is an infinity to explore inside every one." ~ 1208
"The apprentices studying the tiniest of places have revealed Pandora's epic spell book." ~ 1209
"What we used to pay reporters to do, we now must do for ourselves." ~ 1210
"Emotional pain is a great and terrible muse." ~ 1211
"When the waters of myth and reality are muddy shall we dive in head first with our buoy of infallibility?" ~ 1212
"When trash talked mudslinging carries the crowd, someone is going to be ridden out on a rail." ~ 1213
"Its not that I know nothing, its that I don't know what I don't know." ~ 1214
"One can dye their hair, but the grey never goes away." ~ 1215
"No one remembers Caesar's nurse maid, yet without her he would not have been." ~ 1216
"We wallpaper our vanities like a rented bathroom." ~ 1217
"It's the little life in things which makes the big life possible." ~ 1218
"The right to vote requires no knowledge, but a good vote requires wisdom." ~ 1219
"My ability to argue someone else's viewpoint directly relates to my ability to see my own bullshit." ~ 1220
"By default we choose to continue to exist." ~ 1221
"An uncontrolled appetite eats away at my will." ~ 1222
"Permit me the freedom to say, a cracked bell is still worthy of display." ~ 1223
"If you can not advocate like the devil, you will not know his minions voices." ~ 1224
"When the wisest among us get angry we all lean closer to the abyss." ~ 1225
"Conformity is too often the enemy of the authentic." ~ 1226
"The lucky are more apt to proclaim their skill." ~ 1227
"How much different would the world be if Einstein had grown up in a cult?" ~ 1228
"We seem to fear being the first to use the golden ruler." ~ 1229
"The reason we tar and feather the snake oil salesmen is the harm they do to the foolish among us." ~ 1230
"If tomorrow I were to die, what wealth today would I acquire?" ~ 1231
"A penile colony certainly was Harly Quinn's briar patch." ~ 1232
"Unless taught otherwise we easily confuse emotion for reason." ~ 1233
"The older I get the more time I spend unlearning." ~ 1234
"The beauty of ripening also contains the seed of decay." ~ 1235
"Affluent effluent still stinks." ~ 1236
"Being before words was undescribed." ~ 1237
"None of us are the first or ultimate cause." ~ 1238
"I am a meat marionette to sufferings muse." ~ 1239
"Every sleep is death's rehearsal." ~ 1240
"Certainty permits us to stop seeking truth." ~ 1241
"The boxes in the basement and the boxes in my memory share more in common than I care to admit." ~ 1242
"Incompetent amateurs may agree with me, but are still unprofessional and inept." ~ 1243
"At the heart of being human is an overdeveloped sense of significance." ~ 1244
"The self absorbed consume the life of others." ~ 1245
"Our paths both narrow and expand with each choice." ~ 1246
"Beauty unattainable makes the quest for it become all." ~ 1247
"As the blind should not drive cars, the loveless should not have guns." ~ 1248
"Corruption comes to those who look to businessmen for virtue." ~ 1249
"Who is to say if a high velocity life is better than a still stable one?" ~ 1250

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