Quote by Herbie Hancock
It's part of life to have obstacles. It's about overcoming obstacles; that's the key to happiness.
This quote highlights the inevitability of facing obstacles in life. Rather than trying to avoid or ignore them, it emphasizes the importance of overcoming them. It suggests that happiness lies in our ability to tackle challenges head-on and develop resilience. Instead of viewing obstacles as hindrances, they should be seen as opportunities for personal growth and learning. By adopting a mindset of perseverance and determination, one can find fulfillment and happiness by conquering the hurdles that come their way.
There is but one love of Jesus, as there is but one person in the poor -- Jesus. We take vows of chastity to love Christ with undivided love; to be able to love him with undivided love we take a vow of poverty which frees us from all material possessions, and with that freedom we can love him with undivided love, and from this vow of undivided love we surrender ourselves totally to him in the person who takes his place.
The diversity of mankind is a basic postulate of our knowledge of human beings. But if mankind is diverse and individuated, then how can anyone propose equality as an ideal? Every year, scholars hold Conferences on Equality and call for greater equality, and no one challenges the basic tenet. But what justification can equality find in the nature of man? If each individual is unique, how else can he be made 'equal' to others than by destroying most of what is human in him and reducing human society to the mindless uniformity of the ant heap?