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By Marx, Karl; Runes, Dagobert D
This dictionary, from the pen of the well known thinker Dagobert D. Runes, is obtainable as an try to outline the borderlines of human considering and human morality. In 152 pages geared up alphabetically, Dr. Runes has created a dictionary of his personal philosophical musings listed by way of evocative phrases. every one be aware is by means of as much as numerous unmarried sentence aphorisms and infrequently a quick essay. As a collection, they disguise a very huge diversity of issues. In his look for actual verities and precise humanity, he is taking the reader on an laborious thought-provoking voyage throughout the depths of the brain. this sort of soul-searching philosophy, unburdened via conventional demeanour and terminology, is usually baffling, usually of depression personality, yet often attention-grabbing and inspiring. Read more...
summary: This dictionary, from the pen of the well known thinker Dagobert D. Runes, is out there as an try and outline the borderlines of human pondering and human morality. In 152 pages equipped alphabetically, Dr. Runes has created a dictionary of his personal philosophical musings listed via evocative phrases. every one note is by way of as much as a number of unmarried sentence aphorisms and sometimes a brief essay. As a set, they conceal an incredibly vast diversity of themes. In his look for genuine verities and actual humanity, he is taking the reader on an laborious thought-provoking voyage during the depths of the brain. this kind of soul-searching philosophy, unburdened by means of conventional demeanour and terminology, is typically baffling, often of depression personality, yet often attention-grabbing and encouraging
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There is no God but in the consciousness of innermost man. God has no interpreters but man’s hearkening, and the church may or may not speak His voice. The voice of God is too high for some to hear and too low for others, and it does not exist at all for the many, many who are deaf. The voice of God may speak through the morning green of a sun-kissed meadow, the melancholy rhymes of bittersweet poetry, the angry shouts of a dying soldier giving his life on the battlefield altar of freedom, the years of parental drudgery and filial sacrifice, heavenly sermons and songs leaving the lips of the truly inspired, the words of wisdom of sages then and now.
CALMNESS Let not the calm of indifference be mistaken for a mastered temper! CANDOR Some who wouldn’t suffer a breeze delight in sending forth a tempest. Candor is insolence in a Sunday suit. CAPITALISM Has the rich and the poor; Communism, the poor and the poorer. I would rather take capitalism without a soul than Communism without a heart. CEREMONY Is the outward sign of an inward duty. Some who deride ceremonials are merely covering up the tracks of their own egotism. CHABAD To understand the forces of the world is not enough.
CHARACTER Is hard to determine, there are so many layers of pretense and prejudice hiding the core. Scratch the surface and you’ll find the good are not so good, the bad not so bad. Character gets no better with age, only more pronounced. Character shows its color by our sins, not our virtues. The latter are too bland and lily-like. Suffering may not make character, but kindness will. Character must be seen in everyday life, not just in its Sunday best. Tell me what you read and I’ll tell you what you are.
A dictionary of thought by Marx, Karl; Runes, Dagobert D