In this book, Sarah teaches us how to leave our comfort zone and live a beautiful life.
The book has 10 chapters. I enjoyed reading every part of this book.
Love is a big battle and it is hard for anyone who gets involved to leave without a gunshot or knife wound. No one ever escapes without an injury. Poems have been written but none can justify the right reasons to love.
Do you love someone because of a quality that can easily vanish into thin air? If yes, you are loving for the wrong reasons.
Any quality that can vanish takes the love with it when it goes, and you are left with another human not different fr everyone else on the street.
What then should we consider when loving? What are the right reasons to love? The answer is simple. Don't love for a reason, but find a reason not to love. If there is a reason not to love, just move on. If howerever, there is no reason not to love, love with all your heart.
The right reason to love is nothing because love is natural, but hate is borne out of reasoning. Justification of the reason is not the subject for this essay. But never ever find the right reason to love. Just find the reason not to love and if you can't find that, love with all your heart.
A job scam was used to trick this woman into marrying a total stranger. Sounds funny buy she signed a marriage document thinking she was role playing and proving she could work as a wedding planner.
A city in China is planning to launch an ‘artificial moon’ that will light up the skies as far as 50 miles around.
The so-called illumination satellite set to deploy over the southwestern city of Chengdu in 2020 is touted to be eight times as bright as the real moon, to cast a ‘dusk-like glow’ over the region, according to the People’s Daily.
Officials have released few details on the project.
“The man of knowledge must be able not only to love his enemies but also to hate his friends.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche.
Sounds confusing, but an explanation below: For me this quote by Nietzsche is addressing true objectivity.
Think of the “man of knowledge” as a referee in a football game. They love one team and hope that team will win.
But they have to be fair.
They can’t let their “hatred” of the one team or their love of the other influence the truth of a call. In this case they must learn to ‘love their enemy” (the other team) and “hate their friends” as a metaphor for the difficulty in staying in “What is true, regardless of your relationship to either side”.