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Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Every parting gives a foretaste of death, every reunion a hint of the resurrection.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “I have long held the opinion that the amount of noise that anyone can bear undisturbed stands in inverse proportion to his mental capacity and therefore be regarded as a pretty fair measure of it.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Life is short and truth works far and lives long: let us speak the truth.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Honor has not to be won; it must only not be lost.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Ignorance is degrading only when found in company with great riches.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “There are three stages in the revelation of truth. The first is to be ridiculed, the second is to be resisted and the third is to be considered self-evident.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Education perverts the mind since we are directly opposing the natural development of our mind by obtaining ideas first and observations last. This is why so few men of learning have such sound common sense as is quite common among the illiterate.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “To gain anything we have longed for is only to discover how vain and empty it is; and even though we are always living in expectation of better things, at the same time we often repent and long to have the past back again.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “There is no doubt that life is given us, not to be enjoyed, but to be overcome; to be got over.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “The wise have always said the same things, and fools, who are the majority have always done just the opposite.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Vengeance taken will often tear the heart and torment the conscience.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “History is the long, difficult and confused dream of Mankind.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Console yourself by remembering that the world doesn’t deserve your affection.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Health so far outweighs all external goods that a healthy beggars is truly more fortunate than a king in poor health.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “We forfeit three-quarters of ourselves in order to be like other people.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “In savage countries they eat one another, in civilized they deceive one another; and that is what people call the way of the world!”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “The ordinary man places his life’s happiness in things external to him, in property, rank, wife and children, friends, society, and the like, so that when he loses them or finds them disappointing, the foundation of his happiness is destroyed.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “He who writes carelessly confesses thereby at the very outset that he does not attach much importance to his own thoughts.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “A man finds himself, to his great astonishment, suddenly existing, after thousands and thousands of years of non-existence: he lives for a little while; and then, again, comes an equally long period when he must exist no more. The heart rebels against this, and feels that it cannot be true.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “The difficulty is to try and teach the multitude that something can be true and untrue at the same time.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Genius is to other gifts what the carbuncle is to the precious stones. It sends forth its own light, whereas other stones only reflect borrowed light.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “If a relationship is perfectly natural there will be a complete fusion of the happiness of both of you-owing to fellow-feeling and various other laws which govern our natures, this is, quite simply, the greatest happiness that can exist.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Instead of developing the child’s own faculties of discernment, and teaching it to judge and think for itself, the teacher uses all his energies to stuff its head full of the ready-made thoughts of other people. The mistaken views of life, which spring from a false application of general ideas, have afterwards to be corrected by long years of experience; and it is seldom that they are wholly corrected.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “The only certain rule is the one that Aristotle already gave: do not dispute with anyone and everyone, but only with those people you know who are intelligent enough to avoid saying things that are so stupid as to expose themselves to humiliation, who appreciate the truth, and who gladly listen to good reasons, even when the opponent claims them, and who are balanced enough to bear a defeat when the truth is on the other side.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “No child under the age of fifteen should receive instruction in subjects which may possibly be the vehicle of serious error, such as philosophy, religion, or any other branch of knowledge where it is necessary to take large views; because wrong notions imbibed early can seldom be rooted out, and of all the intellectual faculties, judgment is the last to arrive at maturity.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Do not shorten the morning by getting up late, or waste it in unworthy occupations or in talk; look upon it as the quintessence of life, as to a certain extent sacred. Evening is like old age: we are languid, talkative, silly. Each day is a little life: every waking and rising a little birth, every fresh morning a little youth, every going to rest and sleep a little death.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “I know of no more beautiful prayer than that which the Hindus of old used in closing: May all that have life be delivered from suffering.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Hope is the confusion of the desire for a thing with its probability.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Genuine contempt, on the other hand, is the unsullied conviction of the worthlessness of another.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Any foolish boy can stamp on a beetle, but all the professors in the world cannot make a beetle.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “A good supply of resignation is of the first importance in providing for the journey of life.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “He who has lost all hope has also lost all fear;.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Again, you may look upon life as an unprofitable episode, disturbing the blessed calm of non-existence. And, in any case, even though things have gone with you tolerably well, the longer you live the more clearly you will feel that, on the whole, life is a disappointment, nay, a cheat.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “The first forty years of life give us the text; the next thirty supply the commentary on it.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Do not shorten the morning by getting up late; look upon it as the quintessence of life, as to a certain extent sacred.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “I have not yet spoken my last word about women. I believe that if a woman succeeds in withdrawing from the mass, or rather raising herself from above the mass, she grows ceaselessly and more than a man.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “The first forty years of our life give the text, the next thirty furnish the commentary upon it, which enables us rightly to understand the true meaning and connection of the text with its moral and its beauties.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Thus also every keen pleasure is an error and an illusion, for no attained wish can give lasting satisfaction.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “What now on the other hand makes people sociable is their incapacity to endure solitude and thus themselves.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “How entirely does the Upanishad breathe throughout the holy spirit of the Vedas! How is every one who by a diligent study of its Persian Latin has become familiar with that incomparable book stirred by that spirit to the very depth of his Soul !”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Journalists are like dogs, when ever anything moves they begin to bark.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “A man of genius can hardly be sociable, for what dialogues could indeed be so intelligent and entertaining as his own monologues?”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Reason deserves to be called a prophet; for in showing us the consequence and effect of our actions in the present, does it not tell us what the future will be?”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “All our wanting comes from needs, thus we continiously suffer. The intellect teaches free will, free from suffering.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “In our monogamous part of the world, to marry means to halve one’s rights and double one’s duties.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Every genius is a great child; he gazes out at the world as something strange, a spectacle, and therefore with purely objective interest.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “What a man is: that is to say, personality, in the widest sense of the word; under which are included health, strength, beauty, temperament, moral character, intelligence, and education.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “In general, nine-tenths of our happiness depends on our health alone.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Every possession and every happiness is but lent by chance for an uncertain time, and may therefore be demanded back the next hour.”
Arthur Schopenhauer Quote: “Nothing shocks our moral feelings so deeply as cruelty does. We can forgive every other crime, but not cruelty. The reason for this is that it is the very opposite of compassion.”
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