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Please, more Thoreau daily quotes!

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Felipe, São Paulo David L. Rosenthal, Hollywood (12/18/19)

Sorry David, but what it is that any men "must" do? No onw owns you or anybody anything. If you think diferently, you would fit well the shows of what you call a Tyrant.

Felipe, São Paulo

Now if only we could get to be told to all flat-eathers, climate deniers, creationists, and the like...

Felipe, São Paulo

Oooh boy. It's impressive how nowadays people's deepest ignorances about complex subjects gets transformed so deeply into ill-founded ideologies. The nut-jobs claiming that evolution and mankind's lineage to the great ape have no scientific evidence are so deeply stranged from the literature on the matter that it bears no point arguing. It's like arguing with a worm buried in the sand that insists the sky doesn't exist. Impressive how the age of information gave, paradoxically, rise to such stupidity. At this point, we can just wait for you guys to join the Flat-Earthers, if you're not in that tribe already.

By the way, you're welcome for all the tech science has provided for your life, that you most likely also can't comprehend.

Felipe, São Paulo

He seems more worried about protecting his gospel...

Felipe, São Paulo

How can someone down vote this quote?

Felipe, São Paulo

Wut? Sounds like wishful thinking. Maybe this works in some economies.

Felipe, São Paulo

Today when we see someone feeling the "bad" emotions, like anger or sadness, we treat them as sick people, and only rarely get to ask what in the world actually happened to them.

By the way, I feel most here did not understood the quote at all.

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Felipe, São Paulo E Archer, NYC (9/27/19)

Indeed, Archer. Today when we see someone feeling the "bad" emotions, like anger or sadness, we treat them as sick people, and only rarely get to ask what in the world actually happened to them.

Felipe, São Paulo

Indeed, David, my friend, indeed!
I would say, today, it seems like laws make us less and less just.

Felipe, São Paulo

This has just become my new favorite quote.
To those that seem to have stopped at the first sentence, try reading it all. Or, maybe, you felt too much similar to the "critics" he is talking about?
"The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming"

Felipe, São Paulo

Amazing quote. I'll try to use it in my writings from now on. I'm really eager for reading Solzhenitsyn's work.

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Felipe, São Paulo Koen de Groot, Amsterdam, Netherlands (9/25/19)

Another great quote. Thanks for sharing

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Felipe, São Paulo David L Rosenthal (9/25/19)

hmmm, interesting point. Makes the quote even better.

Felipe, São Paulo

An utopy we'll never have. Human mind alone provides enough damming biases, not mentioning all other politics&money shenanigans.

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Felipe, São Paulo Anonymous, Reston, VA US (8/12/19)

That's the definition of prejudice. Your ideas, no matter how good you believe they are, would take less than a generation to become the embodiment of unfair treatment. Judge not people and make no laws that judge them (by their color, sex, etc), and in time you'll have the old biases fixed and not new ones arriving.
You just expressed the very wrong way of creating "equality".

Felipe, São Paulo

You guys managed to botch even Thoreau. ffs...

Felipe, São Paulo

If only. Maybe then it would perhaps work somehow. No, it's not a creation of banks, is creation of a poor and probably drunk fellow named Karl Marx. Taking his time and situation, its possible to see why he wrote such a nonsense back then. But no, not a creation of the Illuminati.  Tone down your conspiracies.

Felipe, São Paulo

Feels like any Brazilian politician...

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Felipe, São Paulo Anonymous, Sulfur (7/19/19)

Interesting idea. Maybe I'll do it someday.
Not sure if you enjoyed Orwell's quote or not. You see, he would have agreed with you, right?

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Felipe, São Paulo Anonymous, richmond,va (7/19/19)

You clearly didn't understand anything about the quote. Maybe you should read the book. Orwell is talking about the lack of freedom, especially freedom of thought, in a totalitarian government of his dystopia. Please, read again, try to use that brain of yours and not try to relate everything to your personal history.

Felipe, São Paulo

So interesting that his word seems to refer to a social network that would still take decades to arise. With Zuckerberg and other Silicon Valley "big minds" riding (and leading) the train of political correctness, this exact word could come to exist in our universe, meaning exactly (or nearly) the same thing...

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Felipe, São Paulo Robert, Sarasota (7/16/19)

No. If there's a power that you only have through a collective, then what you're calling "power" is actually just brute force hidden (sometimes) by bureaucracy (or the threat of force).
If a individual have no power to live his life in the way he wants in a certain society, then its because others are already imposing themselves over him, by use of force, coercion, or threat.

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Felipe, São Paulo James, Carbondale, IL (7/16/19)

And that's reason to downvote it?

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