Quote by Gisele Bundchen
I don't like Paris so much, and it's only eight shows. I mean, don't tell them that, of course. But everyone always thinks they're so important. And I'm sure they are. But to me, my happiness is more important.
This quote expresses the speaker's lack of enthusiasm for Paris and the perception of its inhabitants' self-importance. They admit that Paris is renowned and its residents possibly deserving of their reputation. However, their personal happiness takes precedence over accommodating these beliefs. This statement highlights the importance of prioritizing one's own well-being above external expectations or societal pressures.
It is the duty of the human understanding to understand that there are things which it cannot understand, and what those things are. Human understanding has vulgarly occupied itself with nothing but understanding, but if it would only take the trouble to understand itself at the same time it would simply have to posit the paradox.