There’s this interesting phrase that goes “I found myself between the sword and the wall” that I heard many times in my childhood in cartoons and comics. As a kid I had a wild imagination, as most kids do, and my mind could only create this scenario of myself being literally in between a sword […]Read more "I found myself between the sword and the wall. Should I be brave or wise?"
Today I read this: What was I made for, if not to carry love like a torch in the dark and ignite every heart I touch? I stopped for a moment to realise the importance and the true meaning of this sentence. “What was I made for, if not to carry love like a torch”. […]Read more "I will never be able to love my fellow men as I love my daughter, but I can learn to respect them in their differences."
Confucius, one of China’s most famous philosophers once said: If you already know what you have to do, and you don’t do it, then you are worse than before.Read more "Doubt. Nature’s most poisonous paralyzer. "
What are we? Our bodies or mind? The memories of ourselves or our memory in others?Read more "Who Are We? And How To Change It."