Quote by Mahatma Gandhi
All the religions of the world, while they may differ in other respects, unitedly proclaim that nothing lives in this world but Truth.
This quote suggests that despite the various differences among religions, they all strongly assert that truth is the fundamental essence of existence. It implies that truth is a universal principle that transcends cultural and religious boundaries and is recognized by all faiths. The quote emphasizes the centrality of truth in religious teachings, highlighting its significance as a guiding principle in understanding the world and our place within it.
Delirium: You use that word so much. Responsibilities. Do you ever think about what that means? I mean, what does it mean to you? In your head? Dream: Well, I use it to refer that area of existence over which I exert a certain amount of control or influence. In my case, the realm and action of dreaming. Delirium: Hump. It's more than that. The things we do make echoes. S'pose, f'rinstance, you stop on a street corner and admire a brilliant fork of lightning--ZAP! Well for ages after people and things will stop on that very same corner, stare up at the sky. They wouldn't even know what they were looking for. Some of them might see a ghost bolt of lightning in the street. Some of them might even be killed by it. Our existence deforms the universe. THAT'S responsibility.
Trzymajcie si? z dala od cz?owieka, ktÃ³ry pracowa? w pocie czo?a nad rozwi?zaniem jakiej? zagadki, rozwi?za? j? i stwierdzi?, ?e nie jest m?drzejszy ni? przedtem - powiada Bokonon. - Przepe?nia go bowiem mordercza pogarda do ludzi, ktÃ³rzy s? rÃ³wnie g?upi jak on, ale nie doszli do swojej g?upoty rÃ³wnie ci??k? prac?.