Isaac Perez

A Quote by Isaac on discovery and self-awareness

The process of discovering oneself is usually the same as the process of inventing oneself as one discovers others.

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A Quote by Isaac on beaury and power

Beauty and power are closely related. Both corrupt the soul and create obsession at all levels.

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A Quote by Isaac on lying and questions

If you are not expecting pious lies, then do not ask impious questions.

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A Quote by Isaac on war

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It is foolish to start a war, but it is as foolish to think one will see the last of them.

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A Quote by Isaac on experience and fatality

Experience is the most affable name we can give to the scars of fatality.

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A Quote by Isaac on love and destiny

I started to believe in destiny the day I met that someone. I stopped believing in its goodness when I feel in love with him.

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A Quote by Isaac on life, death, time, and eternity

Life and Death are alike in that they both have an uncertain eternity right next to them.

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A Quote by Isaac on poetry and silence

That of the poet is one of the most silent jobs. It is so much greater what he does not say than what he does.

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A Quote by Isaac on freedom and determinism

There is no less freedom than that of not accepting the determinisms to which we are subjected.

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A Quote by Isaac

It has been said: "What good is for man winning the world if he loses his soul?" I ask: "What good is it for a man to lose himself, even if he wins heaven?"

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