Durgesh Satpathy · 118 pages
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“It will be better to spent our energy on reality; the tangible facts, not thoughts of the past.”
“She disappeared; her voice, her laughter, and the warmth of her breath never seen by no one again.”
“Someone carries my belief that raises hope in me, but flame didn’t last for long”
“Being in home is like magic moments, in a magic world, among maicians”
“I can’t help you, I can only guide you, and you are the one who can help yourself.”
“Journey becomes difficult when we know the destination but not aware of the right path, may be the supreme power testing your moral and physical stamina.”
“Nothing is permanent in my mysterious world, even my moments of belief - Jenifer”
“It's not life situations but our thoughts are the pilots of grief.”
“Tell me what good touch is and what is bad for I am young and I have no dad. -Jenifer”
“When stupidity reaches its highest level, we act rubbish knowingly”
“Sometimes our highest goal becomes our big enemy when we move towards our goal blindly without focusing on the path we follow.”
“was it scripted by God or I am playing with my life.”
“The portrait of his past was partially erased by God and he is searching for those erased portions.”
“Erica…I love you…all of you. Even your scars.”
“I want something that makes people strong and energetic for the present, that borrows the strength of to-morrow for use to-day—leaving to-morrow without any at all for that matter; or even that would take all life away to-morrow, so long as it enabled me to get home again now.”
“Rich or poor, all come full of devotion and with no inner misgivings to lay their offerings before the gods and to pray for their blessing. Is there any people so uniformly attached to their religion and so obedient to it in their daily life? I have always envied the Tibetans their simple faith, for all my life I have been a seeker. Though I learned, while in Asia, the way to meditate, the final answer to the riddle of life has not been vouchsafed to me. But I have at least learned to contemplate the events of life with tranquility and not let myself be flung to and fro by circumstances in a sea of doubt.”
“Mentira, el recuerdo del colegio despertaba aún esa inevitable sensación sombría y huraña bajo la cual su espíritu se contraía como una mimosa al contacto de la piel humana. Sólo que el malestar era cada vez más efímero, un pasajero granito de arena en el ojo, ya estaba bien de nuevo.”
“true wisdom ... is the product of hard-won, often bitter experience.”
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