Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Love without sacrifice is like theft.
Men destroy each other during war; themselves during peacetime.
The magnificent believes half of what he hears and twice what he says.
It is a good practice to always apologize, except when you have done something wrong.
Using, as an excuse, others’ failure of common sense is in itself a failure of common sense.
What fools call ‘wasting time’ is most often the best investment.
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.
A prophet is not someone with special visions, just someone blind to most of what others see.
Decline starts with the replacement of dreams with memories and ends with the replacement of memories with other memories.
No author should be considered as having failed until he starts teaching others about writing.
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