走自己的路,让别人去说吧是谁说的?

答案是:意大利诗人但丁。

这句是他的代表作长诗《神曲》中的名言。

他当时极力冲破中世纪神权的束缚,在他的书中有极为形象的描述,竟然将教皇都打进了地狱,经受最残忍的酷刑,这是与当时那个时代是背道而驰的,为当时的人所不能理解与支持的,所以有这番言论。不过现在对我们而言,随着地球村把我们的距离拉得越来越小,完全地不顾他人似乎早已行不通,有机会有门路的最好多问问别人,大千世界毕竟我们知道的还很有限,是吧!

鲁迅说的是:地上本来没有路,走的人多了,也就成了路。

War and Peace quotes

Everyone will have defects, like God bitten apple, some people defect is relatively large, it is because God particularly like his (or her) fragrance.

任何看似愚蠢的东西,它一定也有值得喝彩的地方。

生命,生活,只有在这个时候才能被人感觉出它的美好,在平时往往被人忽略的内涵。其实生命的真正意义在于能够自由地享受阳光,森林,山峦,草地,河流,在于平平常常的满足。其它则是无关紧要的。

The higher a man stands on the social ladder, the more people he is connected with and the more power he has over others, the more evident is the predestination and inevitablitlity of his action.

A king is history’s slave.

“Never, never marry, my dear fellow! That’s my advice: never marry till you can say to yourself that you have done all you are capable of, and until you have ceased to love the woman of your choice and have seen her plainly as she is, or else you will make a cruel and irrevocable mistake. Marry when you are old and good for nothing- or all that is good and noble in you will be lost. It will all be wasted on trifles. Yes! Yes! Yes! Don’t look at me with such surprise. If you marry expecting anything from yourself in the future, you will feel at every step that for you all is ended, all is closed except the drawing room, where you will be ranged side by side with a court lackey and an idiot!… But what’s the good?…” and he waved his arm.

《直到世界尽头》林丹经典语录

男人或许只有经历过失败和坎坷之后,才能成大事。

我是个有争议性的人物,这说明我还得努力,让自己更强,赢得让别人无话可说。

无论是爱情,工作还是生活方式,都不需要和别人比较,自己喜欢就好。

它们迎面而来,你扛住了,全世界都属于你。你若被打垮,脚下就是万丈深渊。

不是你今天感觉不好,就可以随随便便输掉的。

任何时候不要去怀疑自己,或是羡慕别人。做好自己,全力以赴地把握好每一天,不要太计较最终的结果。这个过程只是迟早和长短而已,最终都会有属于自己的天地和展现自己价值的一天。

通过自己的坚持和努力是可以做到让别人刮目相看的。

荣耀留在过去,未来更加可期。

要爬到山顶看一看,并不是那么容易的。一旦你有丝毫的放松,就很容易摔得粉身碎骨。

The Golden Gift excerpt

The few who understand the system will either be so interested in its profits or be so dependent upon its favours that there will be no opposition from that class, while on the other hand, the great body of people, mentally incapable of comprehending the tremendous advantage that capital derives from the system, will bear its burdens without complaint, and perhaps without even suspecting that the system is inimical to their interests. – The Rothschild banking family, to associates in New York, 1863.

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This is exactly why Buddha stated the following:

“Don’t blindly believe what I say. Don’t believe me because others convince you of my words. Don’t believe anything you see, read, or hear from others, whether of authority, religious teachers or texts. Don’t rely on logic alone, nor speculation. Don’t infer or be deceived by appearances…Do not give up your authority and follow blindly the will of others. This way will lead to only delusion…Find out for yourself what is truth, what is real. Discover that there are virtuous things and there are non-virtuous things. Once you have discovered for yourself give up the bad and embrace the good.”

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Chapter 3. Baptized in Civilization

The pressure to conform was profound. A doctor who was terrorized during the Cultural Revolution-exiled to the western desert, where his wife committed suicide-later said, “To survive in China you must reveal nothing to others. Or it could be used against you … That’s why I’ve come to think the deepest part of the self is best left unclear. Like mist and clouds in a Chinese landscape painting, hide the private part behind your social persona. Let your public self be like rice in a dinner: bland and inconspicuous, taking on the flavors of its surroundings while giving off no flavor of its own.”

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Chapter 2 The ties that bind

The victimization of the transmigrants in Aceh was an extreme case of local dissatisfaction. But even where transmigrants rubbed along well enough with their neighbours, they carried on speaking their monether tongue, they cultivated the crops they grew back home, they set up the gamelan gong orchestras that mirrored those of Java or Bali. It was more transplantation than transmigration, hardly a homogenizing force.

Suharto grew up as poor as the next villager, dropping out of junior high school and giving up a job in a bank because he fell off his bicycle and ripped his only set of presentable clothes.
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Quote – The Singapore Story – Memoirs of Lee Kuan Yew

I thought then that wealth depended mainly on the possession of territory and natural resources, whether fertile land with abundant rainfall for agriculture or forestry, or valuable minerals, or oil and gas. It was only after I had been in office for some years that I recognised that performance varied substantially between the different races in Singapore, and among different categories within the same race. After trying out a number of ways to reduce inequalities and failing, I was gradually forced to conclude that the decisive factors were the people, their natural abilities, education and training. Knowledge and the possession of technology were vital for the creation of wealth.

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Meditations Quote

  1. One example that will strike almost any reader is the sense of mortality that pervades the work. Death is not to be feared, Marcus continually reminds himself. It is a natural process, part of the continual change that forms the world. At other points it is the ultimate consolation. “Soon you will be dead,” Marcus tells himself on a number of occasions, “and none of it will matter” (cf. 4.6, 7.22, 8.2). The emphasis on the vanity and worthlessness of earthly concerns is here linked to the more general idea of transience. All things change or pass away, perish and are forgotten. This is the burden of several of the thought exercises that Marcus sets himself: to think of the court of Augustus (8.31), of the age of Vespasian or Trajan (4.32), the great philosophers and thinkers of the past (6.47)—all now dust and ashes.

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