Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Restaurants get you in with food to sell you liquor; religions get you in with belief to sell you rules.
Most so-called writers keep writing and writing with the hope to, some day, find something to say.
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.
Men destroy each other during war; themselves during peacetime.
The best revenge on a liar is to convince him that you believe what he said.
It is a good practice to always apologize, except when you have done something wrong.
Half of the people lie with their lips; the other half with their tears.
Love without sacrifice is like theft.
The magnificent believes half of what he hears and twice what he says.
Writing is the art of repeating oneself without anyone noticing.
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