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10.22528.   AR AR

Always be prepared for the most unexpected response.  Be prepared for the fact that the unexpected will be very ordinary, simple and many times flashed before your eyes, while remaining devoid of your attention.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.15110.   AR AR

Do not rush to answer your question, look around, look for clues and answers.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.15366. An ignorant man.   AR AR

It is very impolite to answer all the questions that are asked to you, because many questions are asked to you out of politeness, in the hope that you will not answer them.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.15626.   AR AR

Answer a question with a question while you think about the answer.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.16001.   AR AR

Only the one who is asked can answer, all other answers will melt into silence, not heard by anyone.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.16704. The conduit of information.   AR AR

Experience is a situation when a person becomes smarter by answering the questions that life asks him.  In fact, experience is a conversation with God.  Reality asks a question to God, who lives in man, and he answers through man.  A person listens to these answers and becomes smarter.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.16916. Wrong question.   AR AR

Any question can be put differently in order to get the correct answer.  The right answer requires the right question.  A wrong question automatically generates wrong answers.  For the answer is a direct consequence and the reverse side of the question.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.17873.   AR AR

Words breed lies.  You will hear more of the truth if you listen to my silence.  Talk to me and listen to my silence.  Listen to my silence, and you will hear all the answers you need.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.17922.   AR AR

The barren Fig tree is proud, it does not want to do good and throw it into the water.  The Fig tree is constantly asking a selfishly stupid question:  "What will I get in return?»

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.18014.   AR AR

Love is what asks questions, hope is what answers.  If love believes the answer, hope becomes reality.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.18849.   AR AR

What is a lie?  An illusion?  What's wrong with illusions?  They honestly want to become reality, to become truth.  Illusion is a fantasy and ideas, it is the basis of the human mind.  Lies are symbols of the human mind.

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.19154.   AR AR

The   realization   of   the   truth   occurs   through   the   denial   of   lies.   The   book   Variothoughts   is   a   great   collection   of   different   questions   and   lies.   Many   questions   contain   answers,   and   a   lie   that   you   can't   deny   is   the   truth.

번역: SD

           

10.19877.   AR AR

The main question of being:  what's good about bad?

번역: NeuronNet

           

10.22339.   AR AR

There   are   no   questions   that   cannot   be   answered   in   the   book   Variothoughts.

번역: SD

           

10.22370. Light against darkness.   AR AR

When reading a book, often ask the question "why?»  Reading  Talmud, I have noticed that on average there is one very strange thought per page, in which, if you think about it, you can achieve enlightenment and joy.

번역: NeuronNet

           

9.28. Growth restriction.   AR AR

The   problem   is   not   that   there   are   no   answers,   the   problem   is   that   the   questions   are   over.   You   are   restricted   by   questions.   That`s   they   that   draw   boundaries   that   you   cannot   cross.   After   all,   questions   generate   answers   and   answers   are   a   source   of   growth,   expanding   the   boundaries.

번역: Sodmis

               

8.73.   AR AR

Unnecessary  questions  are  a  source  of  unpleasant  answers.  Remember  Bluebeard  and  the  legion  of  those  who  perished  because  of  curiosity  about  someone  else’s  business.

번역: NeuronNet

               

5.16.   AR AR

As a consolation, reflexive answers work well.  By affirming aloud the right of a person to suffer, it is as if you are freeing him from suffering.  Now that he knows he had a right to his emotions, it'll be a relief.

번역: NeuronNet

               

6.35.   AR AR

The questions indicate that we managed to attract attention.

번역: NeuronNet

               

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