Coming empty-handed, going empty-handed - that is human.
When you are born, where do you come from?
When you die, where do you go?
Life is like a floating cloud which appears.
Death is like a floating cloud which disappears.
The floating cloud itself originally does not exist.
Life and death, coming and going, are also like that.
But, there is one thing which always remains clear.
It is pure and clear, not depending on life and death.
Then what is the one pure and clear thing?
"When I wake up in the morning, I just can't get started until I've had that first, piping hot pot of coffee. Oh, I've tried other enemas."
Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken.
- Oscar Wilde
this is not the venue for thrashes. Please stop. Thank you.
early 13c., "cunning, proud, ingenious," from O.Fr. cointe "pretty, clever, knowing," from L. cognitus "known," pp. of cognoscere "get or come to know well" (see cognizance). Sense of "old-fashioned but charming" is first attested 1795, and could describe the word itself, which had become rare after c.1700 (though it soon recovered popularity in this secondary sense). Chaucer used quaint and queynte as spellings of cunt in "Canterbury Tales" (c.1386), and Andrew Marvell may be punning on it similarly in "To His Coy Mistress" (1650).
"quaint." Online Etymology Dictionary. Douglas Harper, Historian. 08 Mar. 2013. < Dictionary.com http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/quaint >.
"Sunrise doesn't last all morning."
– George Harrison
"He that watereth shall be watered also himself."
"A friend by your side can keep
you warmer than the richest furs."
"The stomach rules the head."
'Fashion is what you adopt when you don't know who you are.'
- Quentin Crisp