Truth Of Life Quotes by Jaggi Vasudev, Maya Angelou, Simone de Beauvoir, Paddy Chayefsky, Henry David Thoreau, Dean Koontz and many others.
Do not try to be special. If you are simply ordinary, more ordinary than others, you will become extraordinary.
Believing that what you do not know cannot exist is the crown of ignorance.
It is a no-fail, incontrovertible reality: If you get, give. If you learn, teach. You can’t do anything with that except do it.
Existentialism does not offer to the reader the consolations of an abstract evasion: existentialism proposes no evasion. On the contrary, its ethics is experienced in the truth of life, and it then appears as the only proposition of salvation which one can address to men.
I don’t know what’s good, or bad, or true. I let God worry about truth. I just want to know the momentary fact of things. Life isn’t good, or bad, or true. It’s merely factual. It’s sensual. It’s alive!
We neither need a political revolution nor a religious revolution. What we need is an inner transformation in human beings.
Your ability to love, to reach out, and to experience life is limitless. The limitation is only of the body and mind.
As the least drop of wine tinges the whole goblet, so the least particle of truth colors our whole life.
You won’t find the truth of life in morbidity, only in hope.
If you walk through life with ease and without any sense of entanglement, that is maturity.
This is the great truth life has to teach us … that gratification of our individual desires and expression of our personal preferences without consideration for their effect upon others brings in the end nothing but ruin and devastation.
If you leave the pool you have dug for yourself and go out into the river of life then life has an astonishing way of taking care of you, because then there is no taking care on your part.
By doubting we come at truth.
Truth lives, in fact, for the most part on a credit system. Our thoughts and beliefs pass, so long as nothing challenges them, just as bank-notes pass so long as nobody refuses them.
We are eating, using up, and possessing more than we should. That is why a large portion of the human population is hungry.
You do not have to pursue something intensely; you as a being should become very intense.
Ignoring the source of creation and trying to conduct your life yourself is a terribly egoistic and ignorant attitude towards life.