Thought for the day 1st of April

If nothing ever went wrong in life, how ignorant would you be?

Also, don’t you think you would be really bored?

Thought for the day

If you set yourself a goal, and then have the will and the drive to work towards meeting that goal, you are more likely to achieve it.

You could sit by and do nothing, but if you don’;t put anything in, you can guess what you get out 🙂

Thought for the day 22nd of March

Knowledge is power, power is success, success is happiness…

Strive to know everything before you die, as to be satisfied with your opinions and content with your knowledge is the recipe for perpetual ignorance, which is why all men by nature desire knowledge 🙂

Thought for the day

If you set yourself a goal, and then have the will and the drive to work towards meeting that goal, you are more likely to achieve it.

You could sit by and do nothing, but if you don’;t put anything in, you can guess what you get out 🙂

Thought for the day 26th of November

“The recipe for perpetual ignorance is: be satisfied with your opinions and content with your knowledge”

Elbert Hubbard

Thought for the day - Philosophers bust

Happy Diwali!

Hindus, Jains and Sikhs are celebrating Diwali today. Diwali is known as “the Festival of Light” and is celebrated for various reasons.

Happy Diwali!

The most important reason for Sikhs, is because Diwali celebrates the release from prison of Guru Hargobind – the sixth guru.

For Hindus the festival celebrates the triumph of good over evil, knowledge over ignorance and also light over darkness. The actual legends that go with the festival are different, depending on what part of India it is from.

For Jains the significance is that, in 527 BCE, according to Svetambara tradition, Mahavira gave his last teachings and attained ultimate liberation.

Happy Diwali!

Thought for the day 6th of August

Ignorance is Bliss.

Not to a good philosopher!

Thought for the day