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“The kids acting like everything is normal are wrong, and the kids that are crying are right.” Iwasawi.

I don't believe what I'm hearing . . . Obi-Wan was right.  You've changed.”  Padme.

Forbearance is the foundation of virtue.”  Unknown.

“The TRUTH does not change just because you do not want to hear it.”  Unknown.

“It’s about me now; it’s about what I want.  It’s not about you or the kids; it’s about me, what I want.”  Adulteress.

Things the Devil says: Yea, hath God said, Ye shall not eat, Your eyes shall be opened, And ye shall be as gods, Knowing good and evil,  Ye shall not surely die, All these things will I give thee, If thou wilt fall down and worship me.

“He touched me, and I liked it.”  Adulteress.

“The ultimate ignorance is the rejection of something you know nothing about, yet refuse to investigate.”  Unknown.

“If I create from the heart, nearly everything works; if from the head, almost nothing.”  Marc Chagall.

“The de facto guideline for the living of human life in the Western world today seems simply to be ‘whatever makes you happy’—‘so long as you’re not hurting anyone else’—in which the criteria for happiness, too, are self-determined, self-reporting, and therefore immune to critique….”  James Tonkowich.

“In principle means - relating to the definition of, not relating to particular circumstances.  If an apple has a worm in it, the worm is not part of the definition of the apple.  It doesn't change what the apple is in principle.  To act as if concepts are laughable means you want to be irrational.  A person who is impotent or a person who is infertile does not change the definition of marriage in principle.  Because between a man and a woman in principle, procreation is possible and it is that possibility that gave rise to the institution of marriage in the first place.  However, when it is impossible like between to males or two females, it is not just incidentally impossible, it's impossible in principle.  If you say that is a marriage, you are saying that marriage can be understood apart from principle.  You have changed its definition, whereas in fact you have destroyed the necessity for the institution because that is the only reason it has existed in human society, to regulate from a social point of view the obligations and responsibilities attendant upon procreation.  So, when you start playing games in this way, you're actually acting as if the institution has no basis independent from your arbitrary whim.”  Alan Keyes.

“Justification by faith does not set aside the law as a rule of duty, but only sets aside the penalty of the law.” Charles Finney.

“No motive in the law can be exhibited to a selfish mind that will beget love.” Charles Finney.

“We accept what Scripture teaches as far as our doctrine is concerned; but when it comes to practice, we very often fail to take the Scriptures as our only guide. ... Dare I give an obvious illustration?  The question of women preaching, and being ordained to the full ministry?”  D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones.

“Whoever shows mercy to the cruel ultimately will be cruel to those deserving of mercy.” Unknown.

“Doing the right thing is generally the right thing to do.” Unknown.

“A man makes plans and God laughs.” Yiddish Proverb.

“Full repentance only comes about when a person is subjected to the same situation in which he once sinned, and does so no more.” Unknown.

“Hatred makes a straight line crooked.” Hebrew Proverb.

“Freedom is not in and of itself a good.  How one conducts oneself once one obtains it (is it used to obey the divine will?) determines whether or not freedom is really worthwhile.” Unknown.

“Moral behavior is God’s central demand, not church service.” Unknown.

“A person who is incapable of resisting the impulses to do evil cannot be regarded as being 'in God’s image'.” Unknown.

On Jephtah’s vow: “A vow to violate God’s law is invalid – “I swear I am going to kill you!” – an illegitimate act is illegitimate.  That one swore to carry it out is irrelevant.” Unknown.

“You can’t get it wrong if it’s the truth.”  Pyrrha Nikos.

“Before the world ends, kill me or kiss me.” Iori Nomizu.

“The best defense, as always, is not to attack another’s position, but rather to protect the truth.” Unknown.

“Refusing to hear the truth does not change or cancel the truth.” Unknown.

“Even Satan believes that!  This “easy faith” is perfect for those who don’t want to invest their lives in serving God, or who don’t want to feel guilty when they mess up.”  Wordpress.com.

“A false-grace doctrine is a drug—a poisonous sleeping pill that feels freeing, relaxing and euphoric. Yet the false-grace overdose that’s occurring in churches all over the world is resulting in people’s careless, self-focused slumber that they will, one day, fail to awaken from.” - John Burton.


“Cruelty, thy name is woman.” Chairman Kurihara.

“Even when I was in a crowd, I was always alone.” Mireille Bouquet.

“Behavioral rights should not be protected, especially ones naturally unlawful.” Unknown.

“He is like a two-edged sword who has lost the scabbard of reason.” Unknown.

“Justice is subject to dispute; might is easily recognized and is not disputed. So we cannot give might to justice, because might has gainsaid justice, and has declared that it is she herself who is just. And thus being unable to make what is just strong, we have made what is strong just.” Blaise Pascal.

“The law does not protect people, people protect the law.” Unknown.

“Vague concepts that Christianity teaches such as, “Christian liberty” and “the law of love;” these terms don't have a precise definition -- they only define themselves in terms of being “not the Law.” Unknown.

“Paul denied the charge that he taught against Torah in the strongest way possible, by taking a Nazarite vow (Acts 21:21-26).” Unknown.

“The past is set, but the future holds possibilities.” Unknown.

“The mouth is the source of all disaster.” Unknown.

“I have seen the real become fake and have wished the fake were real.” Unknown.

“Reality rejected, synapses broken, banishment from this world.” Rikka Takanashi.

“More wronged, than I’ve wronged.” Unknown.

“If you proceed “Pro se,” you will lose your case and your money, and you will have a conviction record.  So in order to effectively represent yourself and your interests, your 'mission' is to proceed 'in propria persona' (or “Pro per”).  This is what you must sign on every court document next to your name.  This means that you are not only the legal counsel representing the defense, but you are also the accused whom you are representing, in person.  Do not represent yourself any other way.  This also means that the judge cannot lawfully hold you responsible for conducting yourself or your case, as a licensed attorney, nor can he/she force you to hire one.  You are free to proceed as you see fit, as a sovereign citizen.  Your legal counselors are just that, counselors.  And there is no law preventing your friends from consulting with you during any court proceeding.”  Unknown.

“All waves consist of nothing but the ocean.  Even though each individual is precious, the most precious aspect is we are not separate from the ocean of existence.” Unknown.

“It's as if they only pressed pause on the tape deck.  As long as the initial enchantment of love lasts, the pause button holds selfishness in check.  But after some time, the excitement wears off.  The egos develop expectations and demands of each other, and endeavor to control each other.  At this stage, the beauty can fade or evaporate altogether.” Unknown.

“Normally, interacting with other people, there's a psychological field of space born by the concept of 'I and other.'  This psychological space prevents true connection and is the soil upon which conflict sprouts and thrives.” Unknown.

“A person is only as good as what they love.” Unknown.

“For the Lord dwells in patience, but the devil in irascibility.” Unknown.

“Worship not the idols, for they hear you not.  Listen not to the Vedas, for their truth is counterfeit.  Never put yourself in the first place and never humiliate your neighbor.  Help the poor, support the weak, do ill to no one, and covet not that which thou hast not and which thou seest belongeth to another.” Attributed to Christ when He visited India.

“Persons may even hear daily the best of instruction, and the most solemn warnings, and yet so divert their attention from it, as to feel its power but little if any.  Thus, Judas was always thinking of money, so that even the preaching of Christ did him no good.” Charles Finney.

“It’s better to have a friend who’s a loser than to lose a friend.” Recess.


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