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A Quote by unknown on sad, life, friend, you, and i

You are your only reliable friend.

unknown

Contributed by: poetic_misery

A Quote by Kedar on man, i, philosopher, semi-solipsism, and uqv theory

I'm the only man; I'm the only philosopher.

Kedar Joshi

Source: Superultramodern Science and Philosophy

Contributed by: Kedar

A Quote by Isaac Asimov on i, write, same, reason, breathe, die, writing, death, life, and living

I write for the same reason I breathe - because if I didn't I'd die.

Isaac Asimov (1920 - 1992)

Contributed by: Delilah O., the Psychonaut

A Quote by Ed W Morse on i, tougher, courage, and strength

The farther down the road you go the tougher they get

and I live at the end of the road!

Ed Morse

Contributed by: Ed

A Quote by unknown on dont, quote, me, boy, and i

"Don't quote me boy, I ain't said nothin' yet."

unknown

Source: Song

Contributed by: E.j.

A Quote by John Snelling on ego, suffering, duality, non duality, delusion, mind, i, and self

A primary cause of suffering is delusion: our inability, because of a subtly willful blindness, to see things the way they truly are but instead in a distorted way. The world is in fact a seamless and dynamic unity: a single living organism that is constantly undergoing change. our minds, however, chop it up into separate, static bits and pieces, which we then try mentally and physically to manipulate. One of the mind's most dear creations is the idea of the person and, closest to home, of a very special person which each one of us calls "I": a separate, enduring ego or self. In a moment, then, the seamless universe is cut in two. There is "I" -- and there is all the rest. That means conflict -- and pain, for "I" cannot control that fathomless vastness against which it is set. It will try, of course, as a flea might pit itself against an elephant, but it is a vain enterprise.

John Snelling

Contributed by: David

A Quote by unknown on i, go, search, and find

wherever I go, there I am...

unknown

Source: unknown

Contributed by: Liz

A Quote by Mevlana Jelalu'ddin Rumi on i, no room for, no room for me and thee, the beloved, and rumi

The Beloved

One went to the door of the Beloved and knocked.
A voice asked: 'Who is there?' He answered: 'It is I.'
The voice said: 'There is no room here for me and thee.'
The door was shut.

After a year of solitude and deprivation
this man returned to the door of the Beloved.
He knocked.
A voice from within asked: 'Who is there?'
The man said: 'It is Thou.'
The door was opened for him.
Rumi

Mevlana Rumi (1207 - 1273)

Contributed by: Quiche

A Quote by Sol Luckman on beginning, starting over, wisdom, foolishness, fool, commitment, fluidity, going with the flow, process, spiritual, spirituality, experience, yours truly, transformation, reinvention, i, ego, drifter, rolling stone, mariner, vis

It began with the Wisdom of Foolishness, a commitment to remain fluid, receptive, in process, part of the Membrane of Things as I struck out on that spiritual Route 66, the Experience Trail, determined to follow it to the end. It began with yours truly spontaneously ceasing to be myself and becoming someone else, assuming in the blink of an “I” the role of a drifter, a rolling stone, a wayward mariner lone and visionary on the High Seas of Chance and Possibility.

Sol Luckman

Source: Beginner's Luke: Book I of the Beginner's Luke Series, Pages: 27

Contributed by: Leigh

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