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A Quote by unknown

Those who are skilled in combat do not become angered,
those who are skilled at winning do not become afraid.
Thus the wise win before the fight, while the ignorant fight to win.

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A Quote by unknown on conflicts

Harry Patch had words for an occasion like this – indeed, for all such conflicts. They were spoken with a soreness that lasted all his adult life. "War," he said, "is organised murder, and nothing else."

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A Quote by unknown on god and hindus

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I was a militant atheist until the hindus convinced me that I was a god.

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A Quote by unknown

As long as a man feels that he is the most important thing in
the world, he cannot really appreciate the world around him. He is
like a horse with blinders; all he sees is himself, apart from
everything else.

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A Quote by unknown on human experience and spirit

A spirit with a body having a human experience.

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A Quote by unknown

If you dare to fail miserably, you can achieve greatly.

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A Quote by unknown

When you have lost everything, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

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A Quote by unknown

Be aware of what you are unaware that you are aware of, and you'll never be bored again!

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A Quote by unknown on bedrock, enlightenment, universe, and vanity

Enlightenment is mere vanity, responsibility is the bedrock of the universe.

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A Quote by unknown on god

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God is unbelievable!

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Source: heard in Australia from a Taoist on Byron Beach

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