Quote by Warren Cuccurullo
I went from 118 pounds to 135 pounds in a few months. But, I still didn't know anything about food.
This quoted statement implies that the speaker experienced a significant weight gain in a short period of time without having any knowledge or understanding about proper nutrition. The speaker's weight increase may have been unintentional or perhaps a result of unhealthy eating habits. Despite the weight gain, the speaker acknowledges their lack of knowledge in matters related to dietary choices and the importance of food in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
' it used to be called, even by Jews. 'The Jewish Question.' I find I quite like this interrogative formulation, since the question as Gertrude Stein once famously if terminally put it may be more absorbing than the answer. Of course one is flirting with calamity in phrasing things this way, as I learned in school when the Irish question was discussed by some masters as the Irish 'problem.' Again, the word 'solution' can be as neutral as the words 'question' or 'problem,' but once one has defined a people or a nation as such, the search for a resolution can become a yearning for the conclusive. : the final solution.
I maintain that the human mystery is incredibly demeaned by scientific reductionism, with its claim in promissory materialism to account eventually for all of the spiritual world in terms of patterns of neuronal activity. This belief must be classed as a superstition.... we have to recognize that we are spiritual beings with souls existing in a spiritual world as well as material beings with bodies and brains existing in a material world.