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“Similar to a how a flower grows incrementally, people also blossom in stages. As we age, we expand our knowledge of how the world works and how other people respond to our deeds. We also expand our language skills in order to communicate both our thoughts and feelings.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“When the sun and the moon will be identically seen together,
When the wind and the water will meet in alliance,
When the stars will shine as bright as your emotions,
You will find her holding your hands and taking you towards the eternal love of the miraculous world.”
J. Sarraf

Matshona Dhliwayo
“The mind is a prison for which you are both captive and jailer. You alone have the power to set yourself free.”
Matshona Dhliwayo

“Language is the gateway of the mind and a bridge that connects us to other human beings. Language enables a person to share their clandestine inner world with other human beings and to learn about other people’s mysterious world of logical thoughts and poetic sentiments.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“All overt and covert emotions would shrivel without the beam of contrast and comparison to supply context and implication. We need the value of counterpoise to recognize and distinguish between similar and dissimilar concepts. How do we identify the importance of hope if we never felt despair? How do we appreciate the value of society and companionship until we experience solitude and loneliness? What would any relationship be unless draped with the boughs of thoughts and feelings, without the ongoing interaction between conscientious action and unreserved devotion, without endless empathy fused with boundless love? In the ring of time, without the verve supplied by both the real and the imaginary, life would be bland, insipid, and lackluster.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Adhish Mazumder
“Maybe all great love stories earn themselves a thoughtless void at some point in time.”
Adhish Mazumder

Dragos Bratasanu
“When you decide where you turn next in life, look beyond your thoughts, do not trust your emotions, and listen to your heart.”
Dragos Bratasanu

Tracey Bond
“One's attitude affects altitude, and the degree of our mental elevation gives measurable evidence of just how much we can defy the pull on the soul subject to invisible laws of gravitation...”
Tracey Bond

“The greed never ends though,
The peace within soul comes.”
Neymat Khan

Matshona Dhliwayo
“You have one mind, but many thoughts; one heart, but many feelings; one soul, but many experiences; and one life, but many breaths.”
Matshona Dhliwayo

“How are you going do your writings? How can the others understand you through words describing places, sensations, thoughts, feelings, hope, love, separations on a maze of phrases and paragraphs cemented with your ability to 'knit' your story? Maybe, 'how' is more relevant to provide for your readers a consistent path to build a story from the beginning to the end than 'what' and 'why'. Of course, you are not going to dismiss them. These ones – 'what' and 'why' –, they are pretty damn good too.”
Frederick Vanderbuilt

Mariyam Hasnain
“One thought after another. Thoughts and thoughts, and so many of them. Soon, my brain transformed into a fluster of inconspicuous vague thoughts. Contradictory, retaliatory, intimidating, alluring, threatening.”
Mariyam Hasnain, The Wedding Planner

“Most positive and negative actions begin with a single thought. So be careful which ones you choose to believe.”
Charles F. Glassman, Brain Drain The Breakthrough That Will Change Your Life

“Thought cannot objectify itself! To know about the thought is to take the help of a thought! Like a dog trying to catch its tail!”
Deepti Vishwanath

Sanhita Baruah
“What if the dog fetches the stick back because it thinks you enjoy the throwing?”
Sanhita Baruah

Stewart Stafford
“In the internet age, it may be time to update the “I think, therefore I am” quote of René Descartes to: “I have an opinion, therefore I am.”
Stewart Stafford

James Allen
“A teacher is a sower of seed, a spiritual agriculturist, while he who teaches himself is the wise farmer of his own mental plot.”
James Allen, The Wisdom of James Allen: Five Books in One: As a Man Thinketh: The Path to Prosperity: The Mastery of Destiny: The Way of Peace: Entering the Kingdom

“One can only hear the chirping of birds, the quacking of ducks, and the echoes of one's mind.”
Bettina Wolfe, Jack The Shifter

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