Recently, I’ve been teaching myself to speak no lies and not be misleading with what I say. And for this, I’ve become more self aware of what I say and how I say it, though it’s been difficult at times; because, I don’t want to say something that will reveal too much about me as an individual (what a paradox that is) and have it used against me, since it’s happened before. Although, we say one thing and hide another in our hearts, that’s exactly what I want to put an end to. To live an honest and truthful life, is what I’m striving for. To be asked a question and answer it truthfully, knowing the repercussions, is something we should all work towards. There’s absolutely no reason to lie, whats bound to happen, will happen. What’s there to fear? Speak your truth
Marriage as a long conversation. When marrying, one should ask oneself the question: Do you believe that you will be able to converse well with this (person) into your old age? Everything else in marriage is transitory, but the most time during the association belongs to conversation.
What they do not understand, although it is palpable (able to be touched or felt), is that pessimism is not a problem but a symptom, that the term should be replaced with nihilism (life to be meaningless), that the question of whether it is better to be or not to be, is itself an illness, a decline in strength, a kind of hypersensitivity.