"We're all just walking each other home."- Ram Dass
Dear Younger Self, I am writing from the future. I want to thank you for all that you have done, all the places you have been, all the things that you decided to explore while […]
"If I can say, “I love you,” I say, “I love in you all of humanity, all that is alive; I love in you also myself.” Self-love, in this sense, is the opposite of selfishness. The latter is actually a greedy concern with oneself which springs from and compensates for the lack of genuine love for oneself. Love, paradoxically, makes me more independent because it makes me stronger and happier — yet it makes me one with the loved person to the extent that individuality seems to be extinguished for the moment. In loving I experience “I am you,” you — the loved person, you — the stranger, you — everything alive. In the experience of love lies the only answer to being human, lies sanity."-Erich Fromm, The Sane Society.
The Great Dictator [Oct 1940] Written, Produced, & Directed by Charlie Chaplin
- Guy de Maupassant, Pierre et Jean.
"The great artists are those who impose their personal vision upon humanity."