Blessed is the man of faith; he believes what he cannot see. Blessed is the...– Soren Kierkegaard. Works of Love.
…As it turns out, there isn’t even anyone to be angry with; that there is no...– Fyodor Dostoevsky, Notes from Underground (via hippunk)
To the Christian and the oxymoronical atheist, it... →
I don’t care. To say I care about something should indicate something about the way I live my life. To care about something has to manifest itself in some way, and if it didn’t, then it would be understandable for someone to say that I don’t truly care about it. It seems as though it has become such that if one hears another proudly claim care or concern for something, some cause, some person,...
Basil, my dear boy, puts everything that is charming in him into his work. The...– The Picture of Dorian Gray — Oscar Wilde (via thingsthatmakemesmilee)
dailynietzsche: “To acquire a single deportment of feeling or a single attitude of mind towards all events and situations of life is what is called being philosophically minded.” —Human, All Too Human: Vol. 1, §618 (edited excerpt).
If a person possessed a letter that he knew or believed contained information...– EITHER/OR
It is the spectator, and not life, that art really mirrors.– Oscar Wilde (via brandontylerday)
…there is a great deal of ‘Worship together this week, ’...– a little Herbert Marcuse for your Monday.
Books I want to read: Either/Or (midway through volume 1), That Used To Be Us, Christianity and the Post-Modern Turn, Strange Fishes. Books I have to read: Countless books for college, including Oedipus Tyrannus, Philosophy and Technology text book, I’m assuming some Kierkegaard text will be in order for my seminar this semester. I’m a slow reader, I don’t much time in the day...
No more me, no more belief.– mewithoutyou
dailynietzsche: “No one talks more passionately about this rights than he who in the depths of his soul doubts whether he has any.” —Human, All Too Human: Vol. 1, §597 (excerpt).