Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Restaurants get you in with food to sell you liquor; religions get you in with belief to sell you rules.
Don’t complain too loud about wrongs done to you; you may give ideas to your less imaginative enemies.
You need to keep reminding yourself of the obvious: charm lies in the unsaid, the unwritten, and the undisplayed. It takes mastery to control silence.
What fools call ‘wasting time’ is most often the best investment.
The best revenge on a liar is to convince him that you believe what he said.
Writing is the art of repeating oneself without anyone noticing.
Decline starts with the replacement of dreams with memories and ends with the replacement of memories with other memories.
The difference between love and happiness is that those who talk about love tend to be in love, but those who talk about happiness tend to be not happy.
It is a good practice to always apologize, except when you have done something wrong.
Most people write so they can remember things; I write to forget.
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