The right question held in the heart lights the way and moves human consciousness forward.
Humility comes from asking a right question, but it also requires humility to ask a right question.
Reason cannot win an argument against emotion, no matter how rational and reasonable the argument.
With attention, the present contains the past, without extending the darkening shadow of the past into the future.
The thinker cannot resolve problems made by thought.
Knowing when to be conciliatory, and when to be confrontational, is an essential part of the art of politics.
Politics is the art of collective procrastination.
Calling out haters is not the same as systematically speaking from hatred and fomenting violence.
A nation that allows no place for its best inevitably increases space for its worst.
Enlightenment is not the end of learning (there is no end to questioning and learning) but an end to re-learning.
Life is art and art is life when one is living life as it’s meant to be lived.
Human beings aren’t meant to reincarnate; they’re meant to incarnate.
End of the world predictions are always wrong in the short run, but the question of whether humanity will survive remains in the long view.
The gods are happy even when they’re crying for man, as are enlightened human beings.