The Meaning of Life according to different philosophers

The Meaning of Life according to different philosophers

The pain is a messenger asking for us to notice how we insult ourself. Listen. There's a sweet small part wanting to be reclaimed (not insulted).

Maybe people should find better things to do than shoving their opinions in people's faces trying to piss then off

Ominism the belief that no religion is truth but that truth is found within them all

Omnism - every logophiles dream word. Truth isn't just found in christianity, hinduism, buddhism or islam, it can be found in all religions. This is true spirituality. >>This is me! Holy shit, I thought I was the only one!

You will continue to suffer If you have an emotional reaction  to everything that is said to you.  True power is sitting back And observing everything with logic; true power is restraint.  If words control you,  that means everyone else can control you; breathe and allow things to pass.  -Via (the Minds Journal)

Meursault is very disconnected from his emotions and his ability to sympathize and empathize. He has always held himself together, and has also never hesitated to feign his feelings.

logastellus

Logastellus (n) A Person Whose Love of Words is Greater Than Their Knowledge of Words."lO-gu-‘stel-us\.

SENECA Stoic Philosophy Quote #stoicism

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"If one does not know to which port one is sailing, no wind is favourable.

(n.) Mental calmness, composure and evenness of temper, especially in a difficult situation

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EQUANIMITY- mental calmness, composure and evenness of temper, especially in a difficult situation Synonyms: composure, level-headedness, presence of mind

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Greek Philosophy: "Small-minded people blame others. Average people blame themselves. The wise see all blame as foolishness" -Epictetus

Attributing bigotry and closed mindedness to religion is a false dichotomy. The truly wise always know their is more to learn and that s/he is, truly, ever a fool. Only a true fool believes they know everything.

Seneca the Younger

Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful. ~Seneca the Younger

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