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    What a peculiar privilege has this little agitation of the brain which we call 'thought'.

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Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.

by Aleister Crowley Found in: Perspective Quotes,
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A heretic is a man who sees with his own eyes.

A heretic is a man who sees with his own eyes.

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Bias and impartiality is in the eye of the beholder.

Bias and impartiality is in the eye of the beholder.

by Lord Barnett Found in: Perspective Quotes,
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It would be difficult to exaggerate the degree to which we are influenced by those we influence.

It would be difficult to exaggerate the degree to which we are influenced by those we influence.

by Eric Hoffer Found in: Perspective Quotes,
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Nature does not loathe virtue: it is unaware of its existence. - A Letter to Myself.

Nature does not loathe virtue: it is unaware of its existence. - A Letter to Myself.

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Sometimes you have to let go to see if there was anything worth holding on to.

Sometimes you have to let go to see if there was anything worth holding on to.

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The weak have one weapon: the errors of those who think they are strong.

The weak have one weapon: the errors of those who think they are strong.

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Sundays, quiet islands on the tossing seas of life.

Sundays, quiet islands on the tossing seas of life.

by S. W. Duffield Found in: Perspective Quotes,
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If intellection and knowledge were mere passion from without, or the bare reception of extraneous and adventitious forms, then no read more

If intellection and knowledge were mere passion from without, or the bare reception of extraneous and adventitious forms, then no reason could be given at all why a mirror or looking-glass should not understand; whereas it cannot so much as sensibly perceive those images which it receives and reflects to us.

by Ralph J. Cudworth Found in: Perspective Quotes,
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