The Indian way is to think of Man to be a divine being, and as Man is obviously not a divine being, to take it as an utter contrast and rather treat him as a useless insect.
The principle of conservation of energy suggests that xís freedom is yís slavery.
Man is more social within than without.
Attitude is not everything. But without it everything is nothing.
Nothing is absolutely ignorant or absolutely wise.
Life is a waste of time.
Fear is worst form of violence.
Anger is most childish expression.
The existence of universe is without any reason.
The root of everything is plurality.
Every creation is necessarily flawed.
Life could be practically worth but is philosophically pointless.
Itís my conjecture that world is made up of three elements stated in descending order of certainty and ascending order of necessity : Consciousness, Truth, and Irrationality.
Strong plays; Weak fights.
Fighting is a virtue of weak and a vice of strong.
It is not just human but rather a divine rule that being political is best policy.
The greatest art is that world is fundamentally an art with no artist.
The essence of greatest form of life is not love, grief, solitude, or adventure. Its essence is that itís an unending puzzle.
The concept of God is a byproduct of Manís deepest fear and ignorance with universe.
A true Englishman can do anything but philosophy.
French are arguably most abstract species on earth.
The universe is fundamentally of three kinds : interpretable, interpreter, uninterpretable. The first kind is static, second one is dynamic, and third one is profoundest as well as absurd.
A worse news for a philosopher could be that universe is fundamentally absurd. And worst news is that worse news is probably true.
In Europe it seems to be an etiquette to be white.