The Further Sayings of Theodicus

“Fears are theoretical manifestations of inner turmoil made real.”

“The world needs both evil and good to exist, and it is often difficult to tell the difference between the two.”

“If you have any doubts about a pending decision, wait a while longer. Never jump into something with half your heart.”

“The smartest man is he who knows the value of silence.”

“History is made up of lost moments, which, if found, can save our future.”

“A wise man walks the widest path.”

“Children are the purest parts of ourselves, for a moment.”

“Words are more powerful than hands. They can hurt you in many more ways.”

“A looking glass reflects only what is projected upon it.”

“The path to perfection is littered with failure.”


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