'Our bodies are surrounded by air. Air fills space completely. But we are not clearly conscious of the existence of air in our daily lives. We notice air's existence somehow by the actions of vibration, heat and light. Air appears as a medium in our observation. Air spreads physical vibration into a space like a spring. Next, a time difference appears in the sound depending on the form of the space. Movement of this medium is greatly concerned with space and time. Moreover, it is also concerned with movement from past to present and from far to near. It is interesting to observe movement of this medium by physical vibration even without discovering its cause. We can find beautiful order there.'
- Toshiya Tsunoda
should never serve you...
stale bread and flat beer."
'I think everyone's bisexual to some degree or another; it's just a question of whether or not you choose to recognize it and embrace it. Personally, I think choosing between men and women is like choosing between cake and ice cream. You'd be daft not to try both when there are so many different flavors.'
'No snowflake in an avalanche ever feels responsible.'
- Stanislaw Jerzy Lec
"In order to discover who you are
first learn who everybody else is.
You're what's left."
Lucky Numbers 20, 32, 37, 16, 15, 53
I am entirely non-religious.
I am anti-war, anti-military.
I am anti-capital punishment.
I am anti-corporal punishment.
I am anti-racism/xenophobia.
I am anti-nationalist/anti-colonialist.
I am pro-internationalist.
I am pro-animal rights/welfare.
I am pro-gay/lesbian.
I am pro-choice (re. abortion).
I am anti-censorship, pro-freedom of artistic expression.
- William Bennett
Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn't be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn't know it so it goes on flying anyway.
Mary Kay Ash
Think of your living for now and let tomorrow think of itself.
"the cruelest trick of all came from the Taliban, who allowed plenty of drugs and then banned music."
Corruptisima republica plurimae leges.
[The more corrupt a republic, the more laws]
- Tacitus, Annals III 27