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Philosophy

This one believes to
knowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
, but he does not. But I, who does not know, do not believe to know either.



Socrates

Spirituality

Now it is
timeDefinition of time: General term for the experienced changes in our environment and ourselves. It can be gauged by the magnitude of the change.
to leave: for me to die, to
liveDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
for you. Who of us approaches the
betterDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
, is hidden to each one.



Socrates

Philosophy

If we put all our misfortunes to a common pile and then each of them would have to take back an equal part again, most
peopleDefinition of people: A generalizing concept for human beings or persons. Typically one means ones own countrymen, or the people in ones own respective environment.
would be satisfied with taking their own misfortune back and would go away.



Socrates

Philosophy

How many
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
there are, of which I do not need any.



Socrates

Marriage

Marry in any case. If you get a
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
wife, you'll be happy. If you get an evil one, you can always become a philosopher!



Socrates

Marriage

Marry or do not marry, you will regret both.



Socrates

Spirituality

No one
knowsDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
death. As
wellDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
, no one knows if it might not be the greatest gift to
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
. Nevertheless, it is feared, as if it would certainly be the worst of all evils.



Socrates

Character

Be what you want to seem.



Socrates

Philosophy

Self-
knowledgeDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
gives
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
the greatest
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
. Self-deception, the most of evil.



Socrates

Philosophy

Speak, so I can see you!



Socrates

Spirituality

Learning consists of remembering information that already dwelt in the soul of
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
for generations.



Socrates

Philosophy

Happiness lies in the hands of those who see the
truthDefinition of truth: Accordance with the reality resp. a fact. The accuracy of the reflection of reality is meant with the notion of truth.
.



Socrates

Philosophy

Self-
knowledgeDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
is the prerequisite of practical ability.



Socrates

Philosophy

Success is indeed no small
thingDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
, but it starts with little
thingsDefinition of thing: All, that confronts the subject, as a recognising ego, as perceptable content in the external world.
.



Socrates

Philosophy

The wise learn from everything and everyone, the average from his
experiencesDefinition of experiences: The amount of experiences that a person had in his life have, as well as in the wider sense the related conclusions thus.
and the fool
knowsDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
everything
betterDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
.



Socrates

Health

Stop eating so much food, then you will
liveDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
more comfortable, cheaper and healthier!



Socrates

Sexuality

Eros is the desire of the mortals for immortality.



Socrates

Philosophy

There is only one
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
for
manDefinition of man: Homo sapiens sapiens. A higher mammal of the biological order of primates. Able to reason according to the label.
: science. And only one single evil: ignorance



Socrates

Philosophy

Contentment is
naturalDefinition of nature: That which was not created by man. Also: the essence of a thing.
wealth, luxury is artificial poverty.



Socrates

Spirituality

KnowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
yourself!



Socrates

Health

We do not
liveDefinition of life: The amount of functioning organisms in the physical universe. Their typical properties are: energy and metabolism, organization, susceptibility, reproductive capacity, heredity and growth.
to eat. We eat to live



Socrates

Philosophy

He who believes to be something has stopped becoming something.



Socrates

Philosophy

It is not a shame to not
knowDefinition of knowledge: Secured insight is considered knowledge. An insight can never be considered absolutely secured, but only as beyond reasonable doubt.
anything. But certainly not wanting to learn anything, is one.



Socrates

Philosophy

Who is not injured by words, is not injured by the stick either.



Socrates

Philosophy

He who might be
betterDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
employed, is leisured.



Socrates

Politics

For the word is true, that an extreme regularly triggers the opposite extreme. This holds true with the weather, with our bodies and more so with governments.



Socrates

Philosophy

Who wants to move the
worldDefinition of universe: The totality of all existing things that can influence each other. Our physical universe consists of space, time, matter, and energy, where mass and energy can pass into one another, and time is an additional dimension. That is, in addition to the space-time-continuum one could also speak of the energy-mass-continuum.
, first may move himself.



Socrates

Philosophy

If you want to pass something on, let it first pass three sieves: The first allows only the
truthDefinition of truth: Accordance with the reality resp. a fact. The accuracy of the reflection of reality is meant with the notion of truth.
to pass through, the second only the
goodDefinition of good: A relative term for the things, states, activities and attitudes that are conducive to human life.
, and the third only the necessary. What passed through all three sieves, that you may tell.



Socrates

Philosophy

The fewer desires we have, the more we resemble
GodDefinition of God: With God, goddess or deity is meant a supernatural being, to whom special worship is given. Special qualities are attributed to this being, for example, to be the origin or creator of the universe and of all living beings. Even omniscience, omnipresence and omnipotence are often attributed to it.
.



Socrates