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10.58873. An honest mirror.     AR AR

The book  Variothoughts is an honest mirror in which everyone can see themselves as they really are.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59425.     AR AR

What is the world?  Chaos of sunbeams.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59464.     AR AR

What is man?  A sunbeam.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59611.     AR AR

I dreamed of a world of crazy sunbeams, one of which fancied himself me.  Each of my reflections in the Mirror thinks of itself as special and craves independence.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59887. Color waves.     AR AR

If God is light, then our entire universe is an ocean of waves of different lengths and frequencies.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59499.     AR AR

I am tormented by the question of how fundamentally one raindrop is different  another raindrop?  The raindrops argue over who's Real, who's bigger than me.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59671.     AR AR

They say people look like crickets, but I've noticed that people look like dewdrops playing in the first rays of the morning sun.  Dew drops lie on different leaves, above and below each other.  Droplets from the topmost leaves imagine themselves especially divine and close to the sun.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59672.     AR AR

Who am I?  I am a sunbeam playing in a drop of morning dew.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59511.     AR AR

What is the here and now?  This is a raindrop in which a ray of the sun is reflected.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59540. Falling rain.     AR AR

You look at a tree and you see a tree, but it's not a tree.  What do I see?  You see your reflection.  Everything is your reflection, and even you are one of the innumerable reflections.  The absolute is like the Moon, and you and the tree are a reflection  Moons in two different raindrops.  Raindrops are like monads, each reflecting the absolute at its own unique angle.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59541.     AR AR

The Logos is like the sun, and our life is the reflection of the sun in the acid rain that falls on Venus.  The energy of the sun's Rays gave birth to self-awareness in every drop of rain.  The whole universe in one drop of rain, it's so romantic.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59704.     AR AR

A simple - minded person believes that the world is as he sees it.  Experienced people know that imago images and archetypes, being a paradigm, change the picture of reality very arbitrarily.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59023.     AR AR

In the theater, actors play the audience.  In the theater, the audience pretends to be actors.  I love theater, but I don't like being a spectator or an actor.  I just like to know that the theater exists.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59252. An actor.     AR AR

The person's mask depends  from the role that a person plays.  The mask is the persona, the personal self Of The Ego, the consciousness and the conscious of the individual, a random fragment of the collective psychic.  A mask is a person's idea of himself as ideal.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59579. Who are you?     AR AR

I see how people make a huge effort to be like people.  This is strange, it seems that a person is some kind of mask or role under which someone sits and strenuously pretends to be a person.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59846. The main law.     AR AR

They are afraid of uncertainty.  They say just give us clear rules.  Clear rules for what?  To seize power?  They want money, power, power, truth, pleasure.  They talk about injustice, they say no  clear rules so that they can gain power and supremacy.  So funny.  Here everything is done so that these stupid hopes are not destined to come true.  The main law of existence is simple, proud Demons must burn in hell until complete repentance and humility.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59137.     AR AR

Knowledge is a miracle.  The human brain's capacity for cognition is a miracle.  When I see a person capable of knowledge, I rejoice like a child who has seen a miracle.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59860.     AR AR

To call knowledge gibberish is cowardice and arrogant pride.  Experienced and knowledgeable people are able to find useful meaning in everything.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59468.     AR AR

Love is Wonder.  Love is a mystery.  Riddles surprise, answers delight.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59350.     AR AR

Schrodinger's cat is good because he is immortal, omnipotent and incomprehensible.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.42826. The donkey.     AR AR

All human suffering comes from attachment to donkeys.  Donkeys need to be fed and cared for.  Donkeys need a road.  Donkeys are capricious.  Accustomed to the donkey, a man cannot get off his donkey.  Having fallen in love with his donkey, a person is always forced to ask his donkey where to go and without his donkey he will not take a step on his own.  The slave of the donkey is not his own master, now the donkey decides everything for him.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.60185.     AR AR

Wasting time sighing?  What a stupid idea!  Only donkeys would waste their time like that.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59214. Self-organization of atoms.     AR AR

From the point of view of physics and mathematics, a person is a super-complex atomic object, the existence of which is even difficult to imagine.  The motion of atoms in such a structure is described by equations and algorithms of cosmic complexity.  How did some atoms organize themselves to control other atoms?

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59445. Science shits.     AR AR

Everything a person needs to be taught, even learning to go to the potty is a great art, given to a child through great efforts.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59446.     AR AR

To teach a child to potty, to teach him to walk and eat on his own is hard work.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59475.     AR AR

Haste is needed when catching fleas.  Eternal values are created for a long time and are expensive.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59197.     AR AR

Quantum thinking is thinking in the style of realizing that everything is good, and therefore we can act according to the principle of uncertainty, that is, allowing the grain and chaff to determine their own nature.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59429.     AR AR

Knowledge of the good is knowledge of why and how this or that object or phenomenon is good.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59589.     AR AR

Everything denied is all from misunderstanding.  Understanding leads to acceptance, for it gives us knowledge of the good.  Snakes bite, but their venom is good and their meat is tasty.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59615. Golden sand.     AR AR

When you do good, you do evil at the same time.  However, good can exist by being small, and evil must be large in order to exist.  Evil is vain.  Thus, having done a little good, you create a grain of good, and evil will dissolve into nothingness.  For a long time creating good for a little bit, you will create a lot of golden sand.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59619.     AR AR

The difference between a lie and the truth is that the truth can be small, but the lie is not.  The truth, being small, feels good, and the lie dissolves and disappears, or lies that it is big.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59908.     AR AR

Lies are different  from the truth, because a lie can be proved, and the truth cannot be proved.  Truth does not need proof, so it has no proof.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59811.     AR AR

Your destiny is something that no one else can do but you.  Rather, will not want to do.  Your destiny is not needed by anyone but you.  You are the only one capable of loving him and sacrificing your life for him.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59815.     AR AR

Your own way is the way no one has ever walked and no one will ever walk again.  Your path is your unique movement, this is the action to which you will devote your time.  What is your time given to?

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59480.     AR AR

Homo sapiens  Sapiens, the more they know, the better they feel.  Knowledge for an intelligent person is a source of pleasure.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.60183.     AR AR

Syntalism wants to rehabilitate all negative characters.  There are no negative characters.  Everyone is positive in their own way.  Everyone is negative in their own way.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.60182.     AR AR

There is no worst.  Everything is scary in its own way.  Ignorance, fear, and fear.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59198. What is your good?     AR AR

I am a man, therefore I am wicked.  Therefore, I must compensate for my sins with good deeds.  Therefore, I must be tolerant of my own and others ' vices.  Everyone has vices.  The question is not in vices, but in the good with which a person compensates for his sins.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59871.     AR AR

Individual uniqueness of a person occurs  from its unique flaw that needs to be compensated.  Random mutation, random deviation  from the ideal gave birth to a grain of sand, around which now follows  grow a pearl.  Each pearl is unique.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59380. A half-dead man.     AR AR

By nature, a person is very similar to a virus, that is, he can not be called alive, but he is not dead.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.58860.     AR AR

His head felt like a rubber ball.  The vile swill poured nauseatingly into the blue throat, preventing the melancholy howling of cockroaches from crawling out of the mouth, sticky crawling on the face.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59873.     AR AR

He who runs from death runs to death.  He who runs from fear runs to fear.  You can and vice versa.  The money runner runs away  money.  The power-hungry becomes a slave.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59605. The last step.     AR AR

If despondency is the collapse of all passions, and the path to God lies through the pacification of passions, it turns out that Paradise is only one step away.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59890. How I became a traitor.     AR AR

What is pride?  Thirst for satiety and hatred of hunger.  I have subdued my pride, I have loved hunger and I do not need satiety.  So I became a traitor and found the happiness of freedom.  Yes, I am a traitor, and I tell you-do not believe, do not be afraid and do not ask.  Don't ask for satiety, satiety is poison.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59341.     AR AR

You are so tired because you put a lot of effort with your right hand, and with your left hand you interfere with yourself with the same force.  It's exhausting and hard to beat yourself.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59161.     AR AR

Everything is mixed with everything, nothing is inseparable from anything else.  Things are inseparable.  There is only one infinitely huge thing that cannot be divided, and this thing is concentrated in the space of one point – an instant.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59225.     AR AR

I've heard that the person who can give up passion and let it go is promised unheard-of treasures.  Letting go of the priceless is like a goldfish letting go like  Pike let go, for this is the fulfillment of any three desires.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59243.     AR AR

Freedom is associated with a sense of humor.  We can say that freedom is such a joke.  Slaves have problems with their sense of humor, they are too serious.  Slaves live in fear, trembling with terror is no laughing matter.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.58778. Toads in the grass.     AR AR

People sit in the grass like mushrooms.  Other people get stuck in their homes and miss out on all the fun.  In the grass, everything is adapted for sitting and standing.  I look at people and I don't understand if people are hiding under the guise of toads or toads are hiding under the guise of people.  Nothing to understand, I cover my hands from the sun, but the sun hands do not stop.  Suddenly a toad jumps right in my face, but it's not a toad, but a man stuck in the house, got out through the balcony to freedom and fell right on my head.  Now we sit hand in hand in the grass like mushrooms.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59030.     AR AR

There is a green toad in every man.  The size of the toad can be very different.  Often the toad exceeds the size of the person himself and then the person lives in the toad.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59821.     AR AR

For a frog in a well, the sky is no bigger than the mouth of the well.  The neck of the well is like the eye of a needle for a frog, for those who want to enter paradise.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59822.     AR AR

The proud man so passionately tries to get into paradise through the eye of a needle that he turns into a snake and crawls into the neck of a bottle, where he then sits like a gin in a bottle.  In order for the muzzle to crawl into the neck, this person's arms and legs fall off.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59823.     AR AR

Only the greedy proud try to get through the eye of a needle to get to heaven, and so fall into the trap for the genies.  Normal people know that we live in Paradise, so there is no need to go anywhere.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59687.     AR AR

You can't agree with people all the time just to make him feel good.  Who needs-let him make himself nice.  I believe that joint joy is when both are good.  To do for the sake of someone else's joy what you do not want is wrong.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59892.     AR AR

Chuang Tzu says many things are dangerous.  Dangerous this, dangerous that.  I tell you, everything is dangerous, it is dangerous to live, and the most dangerous thing is useful and good, because it is medicine.  Everything is dangerous, everything is poison, but poison in small quantities is useful.  The most terrible poison is honey, eat a lot of it and die.  Eat a spoonful of it and you'll be fine.

번역: NeuronNet

         

10.59872.     AR AR

As I once again contemplated the Trinity, I saw three words.  God, The Devil, And I.

번역: NeuronNet

         

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