Quote Of The Day #21

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63 thoughts on “Quote Of The Day #21

  1. So true. We don’t look at the stars and say that one is better than another. People seem to crave and have a great need for acceptance. When we see something, we have an option of liking what we see or not liking what we see. We base our behaviour towards what we like. Other people teach us who we are. Their attitudes to us are the mirror in which we learn to see ourselves, but the mirror is distorted. We notice only what we think noteworthy, and therefore our vision is highly selective.

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    1. You’re so right- humans really crave acceptance and we hate standing out. Like you said what we see is selective though and we only pick up on certain things while ignoring the rest.

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  2. Its good to read such things after a long time.
    I totally agree with your imagination and creativity, but don’t you think comparing moon and sun makes no sense.
    I mean according to my grandmother’s bedtime stories she always kept saying “Don’t judge the moon for reflecting the sunlight. Judge the choice of your words and imagination which lead you to believe that moon is beautiful because it shines. Judge your eyes because they only saw half of the moon their entire life and wrote thousands of songs describing her beauty. Let the sun shine and let the moon smile.”
    I don’t know how I know every single word she said, but it seems like she just explained the reality with the best choice of words. 🙂

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  3. Awesome quote!

    It reminds me of another one, along the lines of if you judge a fishes intelligence and ability to climb a tree then you’re just as wrong.

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