10.19681.     AR AR

Humility is trust, because we trust and rejoice in what is, trying to derive benefit and joy from reality.  Lack of humility is suffering on the subject:  "What isn't."

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.19993.     AR AR

A proud person is a person who is always not happy with what is there.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.21749.     AR AR

Pride craves what is not, and smart people use what is and are very happy with the abundance around them.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.10238.     AR AR

Homunculus Loxodontus does not value what is, does not value truth and reality. Homunculus Loxodontus appreciates lies and illusions. Even if his hopes become reality, this will not change anything in the life of Homunculus Loxodontus, for he does not like reality and appreciates only that which is not.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.13057.     AR AR

Proud people do not know how to love what is close to them, proud people need what they do not have.  What is close to the proud man is burned by the unbearable heat and drought.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.18316.     AR AR

When I can, I'm not interested.  When I can, I don't.  I don't want to...  pride craves what is not there.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.18404.     AR AR

Only a fool weeps for what is not... a wise man rejoices in what is.  It seems to the proud that the opposite is true, so they are called liars.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.18934.     AR AR

If you don't like being in your own place, you're clearly taking someone else's place.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.19256. Beauty is where you are.     AR AR

Everything is beauty.  Beautifully unique and strange.  Beautifully simple and banal.  Intelligence is the ability to see beauty everywhere.  Beauty is equal to beauty; it is pride to think that one beauty is better than another beauty.  Every beauty has its place and time.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.19510.     AR AR

To live in harmony means that the husband does not teach the wife, and the wife admires her husband.  Everyone is happy with what they have.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


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