Funny yet Profound Aphorisms (“Quotes”) #97

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elow are HALF of aphorisms of mine that I have published at least 5 WEEKS ago. Subscribe to my mailing list if you want to receive my NEW aphorisms, via EMAIL, a MONTH *before* I share them here 🧠

  1. Planning for, or worrying about, a particular portion of the future does not increase your chances of reaching it.
  2. One of the main functions of jargon is to exaggerate expertise.
  3. A great idea (or strategy) is often made to seem to be a bad idea (or strategy) by bad execution … or impatience.
  4. Sometimes silence is a sign, not of not knowing what to say, but of knowing when to say what you know.
  5. Unlike meaning, the truth always survives translation.
  6. Sometimes silence is a sign, not of not knowing what to say, but of knowing when to say what you know.
  7. Spiritual awakening transforms the so-called self-awareness into the realization that the Self is awareness.

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Want more? Here are some of my collections of aphorisms: F for Philosopher, A for Anthropocentrism, and N for the N-Word.

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