A quote by Osho intriguingly refers to character as a tomb, and to righteousness as a form of ego.
Darkness is the beginning of life. Life begins in the darkness of the womb, and is nurtured by the darkness until the creature inside is ready to face the light.
Stephen Hawking’s death provoked a flurry of interest in everything he ever did and said, and one of his most popular quotes these days seems to be the one on women.
Who is there that can say where the light of spirituality begins and where it ends?
The sweetest taste in life is that of success.
“There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”
— Albert Einstein
Is there a supernatural force that guides us or is it just a human construct? Is there an afterlife at the end of this one, or is this the only beginning and end?
The biggest battles in human history have been fought ostensibly to protect the ideal of liberty.
Language is a vibrant life force that connects people and minds, providing a channel, a living medium for ideas to float upon and flourish.
Does death make life more meaningful? More important? Many people would like to think so.