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10.9572. Time decides what is true and what is false.   AR AR

Time is the main criterion that separates the necessary from the unnecessary, the main from the secondary.  Tell me what you spend your time on, and I'll tell you who you are and what all your priorities are.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.9648. Crayfish with beer.   AR AR

Tell me who your friend is, I'll tell your future... You're a crab sitting in a bucket of crabs.  One crab can get out of the bucket, but if there are a lot of crabs, they cling and interfere with each other.  If your friends are crabs, you will soon be cooked and eaten.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.9802.   AR AR

The personality of a person, his Self, is made up of myths collected in his head and their interpretations.  By revealing and interpreting the meaning of myths, one can determine a person's identity.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.10914.   AR AR

When the force is with you, you are a Jedi...

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.10936.   AR AR

The human mind consists of ideas that fill it.  Ideas are beliefs and paradigms.  Man looks at the world through the eyes of his ideas and theories.  Tell me what you see, and I will tell you who you are, for being determines consciousness.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.11537.   AR AR

Tell me your idea of yourself, and I'll tell you who you are.  Tell me what other people think of you, and I'll tell you what you'll be.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.11540.   AR AR

A dependent personality consists of other people's perceptions of themselves.  To get rid of addiction, it would be useful to understand yourself and realize who I am.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.11554.   AR AR

Our emotions are connected to our Self. Tell me what you feel and your emotions, and I will tell you who you are.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.11619.   AR AR

When you collect your Self and self-esteem from your pleasure, things, places where you have been, people who love you and treat you well, your goals and generally the factors of the outside world... you fall into pride and doom yourself to suffering.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.12820.   AR AR

The purpose of a slave's life is pleasure.  The slaves of Vice live solely for the sake of their vices.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.13034. People I admire.   AR AR

I want to communicate with people from whom I want to take an example and to whom I can be useful.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.13101.   AR AR

Whether the child loves his parents or is afraid of them, he still pays attention to them and learns, and thus becomes like them.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.13182.   AR AR

Tell me who your friend is, and I'll tell you who you are.  We love our friends, we know them.  What goes into us becomes us.  We turn into what we love.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.13263.   AR AR

The proud man's self-consciousness consists of his pleasure.  Take away a proud man's pleasure and he will die.  For there is no pleasure, no pride, but only pain and fear.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.13306.   AR AR

Tell me what you're interested in, and I'll tell you who you are.  A person is able to think, and therefore see only what is of interest to him.  What a person sees is his being, which determines his consciousness back.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.15271.   AR AR

High-spirited people are difficult to offend, the stones just do not reach the sky.  Low people, on the contrary, are extremely touchy, because they are easy to miss in the mud and accidentally step on.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.15645. Seer.   AR AR

When I find out who you are, I'll find out your future.  Tell me your habits, dreams, fears.  Tell me about your past and present, about the people around you.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.15832.   AR AR

Tell me who you love and I'll tell you who you are.  Who are your idols?  Who are your close people, partners, and children?  Who is your God?  Indeed, a person who really loves Jesus, Muhammad, Buddha, etc. at least something good had to learn from them.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.16954.   AR AR

Tell me what you see, and I'll tell you who you are.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.17016.   AR AR

Who is a coward?  Someone who can't choose a worthy enemy.  The coward's enemies are as insignificant as he is.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.17284.   AR AR

Tell me what makes you happy, and I'll tell you who you are.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.17568.   AR AR

Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you who you are.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.17594.   AR AR

The uniqueness of a person is determined by the uniqueness of the experience that generates the knowledge of reality in him.  To know reality is to love reality.  The more a person loves life, the deeper experience he is able to extract knowledge from it.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.17838.   AR AR

Show me your wife and children, and I'll tell you who you are.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.18246.   AR AR

Man is the product of his habits, but what is a habit?  Habit is law, it is ritual, it is love.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.20651.   AR AR

A person is an energy that is shaped by the goals that they realize.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.20920.   AR AR

A person should be judged by the hopes that he realizes.  Hope is a symbol of the Golden fleece and creation of the real world.  Hopes  they create a person, give him a form and determine his place in life.  You should make sure that hopes are beautiful and useful.  Hopes associated with pure pleasure and pride lead to destruction, turning a person into a pig, from which there is no other use than to cut it up for meat and fat.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.21210.   AR AR

Consciousness defines being.  When we look at being, we see many things  let's also talk about consciousness.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.21919.   AR AR

The universe arose from a point and everything is that point.  You are also part of this point, which is everything.

 

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.21961.   AR AR

Ideas are the dominant beliefs that determine a person's consciousness and destiny.  Tell me the ideas you believe in, and I'll tell you who you are.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.22027.   AR AR

The devil says my name is Legion, because he is greedy and wants to turn everyone into himself.  The devil does not like dissent and non-identity of his point of view.

번역: NeuronNet

           

4.55.   AR AR

Consciousness is a form, an unconscious content.  Forms of objects are determined by the purpose of their existence.  What is your goal, is your consciousness.  Goal defines consciousness.  Consciousness determines the form and all its properties.

번역: NeuronNet

                   

10.12.   AR AR

The spirit of things is what determines their purpose.  The power of the spirit depends on a person's goals.

번역: NeuronNet

           

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