Great Quotes of Famous Philosophers and Mystics!

New Year Resolutions and Peace

Peace and Humanity

  • Don not be SAD, for GOD Sends the Hope in the Darkest Moments. The Heaviest Rain Comes from the Darkest Clouds – Rumi
  • Never Lose HOPE My Dear Heart, Miracles Dwell in the Invisible – Rumi
  • What You Seek is Seeking You – Rumi
  • Yesterday I was Clever so I Wanted to Change the World, Today I am Wise so I am Changing Myself – Rumi
  • The Quieter YOU Become the more Able Your are Able to Hear – Rumi
  • Some Changes Look Negative on the Surface but Soon You will Realize that Space is Being Created in Your Life for Something New to Emerge – Eckhart Tolle
  • Stress is Caused by being “Here” but Wanting to be “There” – Eckhart Tolle
  • Realize Deeply that the PRESENT MOMENT is all You ever Have – Eckhart Tolle
  • We Take Great Pains to Persuade Others that We are HAPPY than in to Think So Ourselves – Confucius
  • The Superior Man is Modest in His Speech, but Exceeds in His Actions – Confucius
  • Our Greatest Glory is not in Never Falling, but in Rising After Every Fall – Confucius
  • Never Have I Dealt with Something More Difficult than My Own Soul, which Sometimes Helps ME and Sometimes Opposes Me – Imam Al-Ghazali
  • Desires Make Slaves out of Kings, and Patience makes Kings out of Slaves – Imam Al-Ghazali
  • Knowledge Exists Potentially in the Human SOUL like the Seed in the Soil; by Learning the Potential it Becomes Actual – Imam Al-Ghazali
  • Don’t Waste Your Time with Explanations, People HEAR what they Want to Hear – Paulo Coelho
  • Hide Your Craziness behind a Beautiful Smile – Paulo Colheo

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  2. The famous Greek philosophers were among the most influential people in history because they invented both philosophy and science. By asking questions about themselves and the world around them, these philosophers helped create modern civilization.

  3. Pyrrho was known as the first skeptical philosopher because he believed that humans can never know the truth; instead, they can only grasp the appearance of things. Pyrrho rejected education and regarded knowledge as impossible because everything is unmeasurable. Among other things, Pyrrho believed that people were incapable of telling the truth. There are no known writings of Pyrrho, but he inspired a school of philosophy called Pyrrhonism or skepticism that taught happiness could achieved by rejecting the search for knowledge.

  4. Pyrrho was known as the first skeptical philosopher because he believed that humans can never know the truth; instead, they can only grasp the appearance of things. Pyrrho rejected education and regarded knowledge as impossible because everything is unmeasurable. Among other things, Pyrrho believed that people were incapable of telling the truth. There are no known writings of Pyrrho, but he inspired a school of philosophy called Pyrrhonism or skepticism that taught happiness could achieved by rejecting the search for knowledge.

  5. Pyrrho was known as the first skeptical philosopher because he believed that humans can never know the truth; instead, they can only grasp the appearance of things. Pyrrho rejected education and regarded knowledge as impossible because everything is unmeasurable. Among other things, Pyrrho believed that people were incapable of telling the truth. There are no known writings of Pyrrho, but he inspired a school of philosophy called Pyrrhonism or skepticism that taught happiness could achieved by rejecting the search for knowledge.

  6. The famous Greek philosophers were among the most influential people in history because they invented both philosophy and science. By asking questions about themselves and the world around them, these philosophers helped create modern civilization.

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