Quote by Barry Gibb
Everybody is a teenage idol.
This quote suggests that in the eyes of someone else, each and every individual has the potential to be admired, idolized, and looked up to, just like a teenage idol would typically be. It implies that we each possess qualities, talents, or characteristics that can inspire or captivate others. It encourages us to recognize our own worth and impact on others, highlighting the possibility for anyone to be a source of inspiration and admiration for someone else, regardless of age or background.
When I see the blind and wretched state of men, when I survey the whole universe in its deadness, and man left to himself with no light, as though lost in this corner of the universe without knowing who put him there, what he has to do, or what will become of him when he dies, incapable of knowing anything, I am moved to terror, like a man transported in his sleep to some terrifying desert island, who wakes up quite lost, with no means of escape. Then I marvel that so wretched a state does not drive people to despair.
Self-recognition is necessary to know one's road, but, knowing the road, the price of the mistakes and perils is worth paying. The following of that road will be all the discipline one needs. Discipline does not mean being molded by outside forces, but sticking to one's road against the forces that would deflect or bury the soul. People speak of finding one