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7 short stories that INTP will love

    fpatel94has quoted8 months ago
    What is addressed to us for contemplation does not threaten us, but makes us intellectual beings.
    fpatel94has quoted8 months ago
    nothing is so productive of elevation of mind as to be able to examine methodically and truly every object which is presented to thee in life, and always to look at things so as to see at the same time what kind of universe this is, and what kind of use everything performs in it, and what value everything has with reference to the whole, and what with reference to man, who is a citizen of the highest city, of which all other cities are like families
    fpatel94has quoted8 months ago
    besides bear in mind that every man lives only this present time, which is an indivisible point, and that all the rest of his life is either past or it is uncertain
    fpatel94has quoted8 months ago
    In the mind of one who is chastened and purified thou wilt find no corrupt matter, nor impurity, nor any sore skinned over.
    fpatel94has quoted8 months ago
    ever value anything as profitable to thyself which shall compel thee to break thy promise, to lose thy self-respect, to hate any man, to suspect, to curse, to act the hypocrite, to desire anything which needs walls and curtains
    fpatel94has quoted8 months ago
    for it is not right that anything of any other kind, such as praise from the many, or power, or enjoyment of pleasure, should come into competition with that which is rationally and politically or practically good.
    fpatel94has quoted8 months ago
    and many such things will present themselves, not pleasing to every man, but to him only who has become truly familiar with nature and her works.
    fpatel94has quoted8 months ago
    and in an old woman and an old man he will be able to see a certain maturity and comeliness
    fpatel94has quoted8 months ago
    We must make haste then, not only because we are daily nearer to death, but also because the conception of things and the understanding of them cease first.
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