When someone is seeking, said Siddartha, “It happens quite easily that he only sees the thing that he is seeking; that he is unable to find anything, unable to absorb anything, because he is only thinking of the thing he is seeking, because he has a goal, because he is obsessed with his goal. Seeking means: to have a goal; but finding means: to be free, to be receptive, to have no goal. You, O worthy one, are perhaps indeed a seeker, for in striving towards your goal, you do not see many things that are under your nose.”
Some of us think holding on makes us strong;
but sometimes it is letting go.
If you hate a person, you hate something in him that is a part of yourself. What isn’t part of ourselves doesn’t disturb us.
Oh, love isn’t there to make us happy. I believe it exists to show us how much we can endure.”
Every man is more than just himself; he also represents the unique, the very special and always significant and remarkable point at which the world’s phenomena intersect, only once in this way, and never again.
All suicides have the responsibility of fighting against the temptation of suicide. Every one of them knows very well in some corner of his soul that suicide, though a way out, is rather a mean and shabby one, and that it is nobler and finer to be conquered by life than to fall by one’s own hand.
In striving towards your goal, you do not see many things that are under your nose.
The truth is lived, not taught.
- Albert Einstein German-born Theoretical Physicist
- Johann Kaspar Lavater Swiss Christian Poet
- Jean Antoine Petit-Senn Swiss Poet
- Ludwig Mies van der Rohe German-born American Architect
- Jean-Jacques Rousseau Swiss Philosopher
- Berthold Auerbach German Jewish Poet, Novelist
- Carl Jung Swiss Psychologist
- Alberto Giacometti Swiss Sculptor
- Wernher Von Braun German-born American Engineer
- Charles Proteus Steinmetz German-born American Mathematician