Our heart’s desire is immutable. It cannot be altered; it’s the same now as it ever was. When we know what truly wills us, our satisfaction runs as deep as it can go.
“The quality of mercy is not strained.” There’s no ‘try’ in the virtues, no effort in love, no sweat in forgiveness, no freedom in laboured relationships. Consciousness is unconstrained and beauty is free.
Don’t change the narrative—delete it. Right action is the soul of eloquence.
The first loyalty—loyalty to one’s innermost self—obviates all other loyalties.
Many of our young men are dangerously dissatisfied. It’s not their fault. They’ve been trained to want what they don’t have—trained, you could say, to suffer.