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Foreword


10.15251.   AR AR

A man without faults is repulsive, but his lies are most repulsive, for we know that the less the more.

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10.15061.   AR AR

Your problem is that you are a witch, but you are trying to deny your nature.  You want to be good, but I tell you truly, you are good when you are bad.

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10.15019.   AR AR

He who loves himself is ashamed of himself.  He who does not love himself is shameless.

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10.14998.   AR AR

Pride is always too much and not enough.  Pride is a tendency to extremes and a disregard for moderation and restraint.

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10.14997.   AR AR

An excess of bodily pleasure leads to promiscuity, and a lack of it leads to insensibility.  The first generates too much emotion and also leads to insensitivity, and insensitivity generates promiscuity, thus looping the squirrel into the wheel of vices and suffering.

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10.14996. The miserly knight.   AR AR

Pride breeds greed, that is, avarice and greed.  Proud to oppose the dumping of money into the purse for solving social issues, citing the demagoguery of injustice, theft and lies.  The miser tries to avoid all public duties related to expenses.  The proud man judges people by himself, he is a pathological liar and thief, who tramples on all possible principles of justice.

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10.14994.   AR AR

The concept of "vanity" was originally used in conjunction with "finely vain".  This limited, pompous man is ridiculous, because he seeks to rise above his own insignificance at all costs.  Being insignificant himself, the vain man attaches great importance to things that are insignificant and insignificant.  Vanity is always associated with an inferiority complex and is compensated by megalomania. 

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10.14990.   AR AR

Friendliness is a sign that people are not afraid of each other, love and do not crave power.  Aggression, anger, and pressure are all pride, fear, and lust for power.

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10.14978.   AR AR

Dullness is associated with absent-mindedness and insensitivity.  There is no love in a person, which means that he is inattentive and impatient.  Usually this is a person who is addicted to pleasures and vices, who has received an overdose of positive or negative emotions and therefore lost the ability to learn and concentrate.  In fact, this is a person with an increased threshold for triggering feelings, unable to arbitrarily control their attention.

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10.14975.   AR AR

Shameless is a jester known for his obscene antics, jokes, and depraved demeanor.  A shameless person intentionally behaves obscenely in order to attract attention.  The shameless type of character is associated with a narcissistic and hysterical type of personality.

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10.14974.   AR AR

Tactless is someone who does everything at the wrong time.  A tactless person is one who is either greedy or greedy, for he has neither the patience to wait for the right time, nor the determination to act when he should.

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10.14959.   AR AR

When you fight, you become a wrestler.  If you don't do anything, you become nothing and disappear.  Try to always keep track of who you turn into.  After all, you turn into what you do.

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10.14950.   AR AR

The image of the sun woman is an idealized male image of the ideal drug.  A man who looks for a drug in a woman inevitably turns his life into a drug addict's hell.

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10.14948.   AR AR

Immaturity is a judgment that people work to rest.  Mature people know that they should rest in order to work.

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10.14947. An unjust man.   AR AR

You were not sorry to waste time on vices and entertainment,...  and the fact that you love and need sorry.  Your haste and impatience are immoral and unjust.  You've wasted so much time on the insignificant, and now you're afraid to waste time on the priceless...  Where is the justice?

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10.14941.   AR AR

A moral person loves himself, his dream (idea), close people, society as a whole and the whole world around.  The immoral man loves only one half of existence, and all the rest, starting with himself, hates and despises.  An immoral person usually loves what he does not have, and this makes him greedy and extremely unhappy.  Pride is the main sin of an immoral person, for which he is doomed to hell.

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10.14908.   AR AR

There are devils in a quiet pool.  Give them power, and they'll go wild with the taste of blood.

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10.14898.   AR AR

People who were pressured by their parents growing up in childhood like to do everything the opposite of what they are told.  Therefore, if you want to motivate them, you need to provoke them to voice the right decision, and then you need to agitate against it.  By denying the truth, you motivate him to follow that truth.

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10.14893.   AR AR

The lover's intuition leads him to his goals, and the proud man's intuition leads him to pleasure and destruction.

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10.14851.   AR AR

The desperate lose their shame rather than their sanity.  Shame is fear.  Having lost fear, but having kept reason, desperate are capable of feats.

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10.14844.   AR AR

Abomination is pride.  If a person tells you about love with a sad expression on his face – it is not love, because love is admiration and joy.

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10.14831.   AR AR

 

Pustoslov is a thief who steals your time and distracts your attention from important matters.

 

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10.14826.   AR AR

The irony of it is arrogance and then hubris.  Ironic is hostile and unfriendly to others.

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10.14824. Sneaky people.   AR AR

Vile is a man who loves vices.  To do meanness is to do something wicked.

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10.14777. To buy glasses.   AR AR

A coward is always a liar, cowards are suspicious... they take little for big, big for small and often see what is not there, and what is there - do not see.

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10.14774. The burning Bush.   AR AR

It is very easy to separate the wheat from the chaff, you need to start a fire.  The tares will burn to ashes, and the grains will not burn in the fire or are constantly reborn.

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10.14773.   AR AR

The difference between truth and falsehood is that if they are both destroyed, truth will be reborn, and falsehood will not.  Truth is always reborn as a Phoenix, as love, as fire, as Osiris, as Jesus.

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10.14753.   AR AR

The Genie, the wish-giver, feeds on someone else's joy; he doesn't have his own joy and desires.  However, given the infernal pride of the Genie, he usually fulfills desires crookedly and in a nasty way that he steals all the joy for himself, and leaves you only disappointment.

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10.14651. Indifference to fear.   AR AR

Manly is the one who looks at the axe hovering over him, humbles his fear, thinking only of making the maximum sacrifices in the name of his love, until the axe is lowered.

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10.14650.   AR AR

Avarice is a base fear of expense, in fact, the sin of greed and despondency, for he who has no love is avaricious and distrustful.

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10.14635.   AR AR

Annoying-a property of flies, as soon as they smell sweet or shit, they become unbearable.

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10.14601.   AR AR

A man who has principles has powers.  Principles and order are the source of power.

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10.14529. Take the first step.   AR AR

Distrust is fear.  Fear is a lie.  Think about it, can you trust liars?

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10.14487.   AR AR

Men's lust is not even a thirst for pleasure, but a thirst for power.  It seems to him that the more pleasure he brings to a woman, the more she will love him.  Alas, this is a lie.  From an overabundance of pleasure, a woman will quickly get used to and lose interest in a man.

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10.14482.   AR AR

A well-fed belly is deaf to learning and work, because it wants to sleep.  The body concluded that if the food was plentiful, then the hunt was successful.  Once the hunt was successful, you can sleep and slowly digest the food, because this food will last for a long time and you can not work yet.

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10.14468.   AR AR

Kindness comes from strength.  Cowards and liars are weak.

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10.14459.   AR AR

The one who is engaged in the One is attentive, which means that he is strong.  Mindfulness is love, love is truth, truth is faith.  The negligent is inattentive, which means that there is no love in him, which means that he is a liar, a coward, and there is no power in him.

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10.14361.   AR AR

Distrust is a sign that a person does not have love and faith, so he is cowardly, stupid, inexperienced, false and lazy.

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10.14339.   AR AR

The brute is a coward; he despises those whom he considers weak, but grovels before those whom he fears.

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10.14336. Man test.   AR AR

All the female traits that usually infuriate men are just intuitive ways to experience a man.  A woman checks whether this man has patience, courage, wisdom, and love.

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10.14335.   AR AR

He who has no love is a brute.  Make it wait for this, and you will see how angry the brute is when he is forced to wait, the same one who has love (or fear), will humbly wait.  By the way, fear is the reverse side of love.  The lover is afraid of losing his greatest value.

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10.14334.   AR AR

Cynicism leads to rudeness.  Cynics are rude, even their politeness is so offensive that it seems cynical rudeness.

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10.14332.   AR AR

The brute is impolite and careless of other people's feelings.  I call the brute a spendthrift and a thief, because he makes people lose their joy.

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10.14331.   AR AR

Rudeness is the sharpness of judgments.  In fact, this is pride and dichotomous black-and-white thinking, generated by ignorance.  The brute is categorical in his judgments, he lacks a color gradient in his thoughts.

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10.14306. Cowardice.   AR AR

A vain man is what he is from fear.  Fearing insufficiency, he always makes a bust and overflow everywhere.  Says more than he does.  Does more than necessary.

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10.14304.   AR AR

Out of good intentions, a person makes promises that he can't fulfill later.  In fact, this person is a coward who is afraid of upsetting people, or a drug addict who craves a moment's pleasure.  All his motives are very good, but since he is a coward and a liar, he does not have the strength to fulfill his words.

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10.14302.   AR AR

 

Fussiness is excessive zeal from the best motives, in fact, it is the best that is the enemy of all that is good, good and bright in this world.

 

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10.14299.   AR AR

The shameless one who scolds what others praise.  Shameless does not protect someone else's pleasure at all.  Shameless-a thief who tramples on someone else's joy, someone else's time, someone else's desires.

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10.14297. A narcissistic scoundrel.   AR AR

An unscrupulous man who prides himself on being a thief and a liar without seeing anything wrong with it.

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10.14096.   AR AR

Pride is attachment to one's own pleasure, dependence on pleasure, thirst for pleasure, fear of losing pleasure.

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10.14237.   AR AR

A noble man is free because he is conscientious before himself, and he is conscientious because he loves himself.

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10.14204.   AR AR

A desperate man has nothing to lose, and therefore he is ready for any shamelessness.

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10.14205.   AR AR

A talkative person likes to talk about nonsense most of all.  "All this is nonsense," says the man, and everything around him he calls stupidity.

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10.14206. Proud.   AR AR

A talkative person likes to exhaust the patience of their interlocutors.  Talkative is a thief who steals the most valuable thing you have – your time.  Moreover, a chatterbox is a thief who steals for his own pleasure, and therefore for the sake of pride.

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The beginning of the book


664. Who Am I?   AR AR

I'm an artist

My character is even worse than a woman's.
....
Much worse, Oh, much worse.
the character of the artist than even have 
the most harmful women…
The artist is the perfect woman, 
his children are his works of art.
But if a woman has several children,
the artist may have hundreds of them.
The artist is the most harmful
a pregnant, forever pregnant woman...
An artist is always a pregnant woman.
The artist is a woman with many children.
An artist is the perfect woman.

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7.83. What to look at in the first place.   AR AR

What  matters  most  in  a  man  is  how  well  he  controls  his  monster.

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1483.   AR AR

"Opposites  attract"  -  this  thought  should  be  explained. 
It's  not  a  matter  of  antagonistic  nature  or  incompatibility.  But  a  matter  of  complementarity  to  each  other.  A  situation  of  mutual  exchange:  you  do  for  me  what  I  can't  do  and  I  do  for  you  what  you  don't  feel  like  doing.  It's  a  case  of  mutualism.  As  partners  give  each  other  what  they  lack  in  themselves. 

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Art by Olesy Zaharova

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1921.   AR AR

Any  person  can  be  both  good  and  evil. 
You  should  know  it. 

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Art by Martin Anderson

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2330. Evil kindness and kind evil.   AR AR

Sometimes  one  may  yell  and  swear  but  bring  the  good. 
Sometimes  one  may  smile  and  be  nice  but  bring  evil. 

It's  not  the  temper  of  the  horse  but  the  content  of  its  cart  that  matters. 

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2863. Be kind to the decent.   AR AR

Soft  kindness  is  not  kindness  but  weakness  that  is  scared  of  everything  and  hence,  smiles  at  everything. 

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4.568.   AR AR

Man finds himself by learning to solve problems on his own.

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5.209. Literal people.   AR AR

A reasonable person has no fear of lying or the need to be always right. A reasonable person is not afraid to change his patterns and is open to new ones. Idealists are not like that, they are cowardly and their glass templates are afraid of everything. The idealist wants to be always right and drives him crazy if you do not agree with him.

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5.596.   AR AR

An extrovert is an idealist whose judgments about himself are built from observing the reactions of others to himself. Extroverts want to see love for themselves and from this stems their glass self-esteem. An extrovert is an inflatable balloon.

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5.865. Tell me what he boasts, and I'll tell you who he is.   AR AR

Stupid bragging about stupidity. A liar brags about a lie, and you know them.

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6.264.   AR AR

Narrowed eyes-a sign of irritability, and therefore distrust.

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8.609.   AR AR

Gold character in the sense of it very heavy?

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8.879. A person is a function of mood.   AR AR

Depending  on  mood,  any  person  can  be  silly  or  wise,  kind  or  angry,  beautiful  or  ugly... 

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10.473. Voluptuousness.   AR AR

The greedy always overpay because they are also greedy.  They definitely want to spend the savings on additional pleasures.

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10.511. Border man.   AR AR

Pain and suffering speak of the immoderation of the human character.  In man there is no sense measures and more taste, moderation, harmony, courtesy and wisdom.

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3.1147.   AR AR

Joy and cheerfulness say that a person does his job.  Negativism, laziness, apathy, inattention, irritability say that a person does not do his job.

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3.1889.   AR AR

When a man is tormented by conscience, he himself seeks punishment.

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4.1414.   AR AR

I have noticed that Vice is like air to them. I have noticed that Vice is to them like water to a fish. To deprive them of their Vice – like fish from the water to pull out and air to breathe to get. Gasping, eyes staring, mouths pop... "Vice us, Vice us barely mutter, - we die in sadness without pleasure". Sinners cannot live without the pleasure of their Vice. Lips curve. "How so? - they say-we fish can not be without water."

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4.1445.   AR AR

Lao Tzu is an old baby. This is a very correct image. The baby is open to the knowledge of the world, there is no pride, stereotypes and patterns. The infant knows that he is small, considering no one below him, he is ready to learn from all and everything. He is ready to believe everything. Everything he is ready to rejoice.

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4.1496. Shlemil.   AR AR

Many people, experiencing an acute lack of love, find it in the manifestation of leniency and forgiveness of themselves. They like it so much that they are forgiven, that they are ready to do nasty things endlessly. They like to do nasty things and beg forgiveness. At first they are forgiven for nothing, but over time forgiveness costs more and more. And such a person begins to accuse people of greed and falsity of love, they say, forgive him and love him for some material values. 

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