I’m always lightly romanticized by the phases of my life, the shifts that occurred as my psyche did — because my psyche did.
Ya no existe un mundo al que somos arrojados para percibirlo sin mediación de la razón ni de prejuicios de valor, sino que los medios de comunicación nos acercan lo lejano y nos imponen lo que es la realidad y lo que debemos conocer.
It’s a matter of posture, a mode of standing in the world, towards the world, towards your self: a question of what you seek, I suppose, even if what you seek is the end of seeking.
I learned that the nonsensical things that happen are often preparations for the unknown unknowns. I learned that being in the moment isn’t just the best way to enjoy your life, it’s the only way to get ready for what’s next. I once read that you have to stop seeking answers and start living in the questions.
It is not our duty to love and support and be kind to each other, it is our essential nature.
What you think others think is more important than what they actually think. (It shows you to yourself.)
There are few people that I look up to in life, but Ryan Holiday is one of them.
While cosmologists look at outer space with massive instruments and difficult calculations using mathematics, Buddhists look at inner space with mindfulness and concentration.
For someone like me who recognizes, in a general way, the futility of living, it was no surprise that I met school with boredom and disinterest.
You’re not special because you make art.