Justin K. McFarlane Beau Quotes

Justin K. McFarlane Beau Quotes

Too many are sorry where they should be assertive, and nearly moved to aggressive radical action, where they should be apologizing to themselves first, and then the world at large.

Beware of fame; for when they come for you, they come not to give, but for to gain.

Whoever is needed, wields the most power.

Whoever is needy, seeks to wield that power.

Those who cannot have your love, will gladly accept your hatred.

Any constituency that needs amending, is a prototype in error.

The faithless are surprised, that the faithful put no faith in them; the infidels are astounded that the wise do not put trust in them. After all we don't entrust cement to grow abundant foliage.

Will, is the precursor of possibility, and the foresight of potential.

If people ever question your loyalty, you never had theirs.

Cowards only find courage in the number of their likeness, citing their lofty strongholds as havens for their impunity.

When your cause is noble, you shall never know fear.

Anyone who tries to put fear in a heart, has lost their heart to fear.

People strive hardest to save face, when the beauty they value is solely extrinsic.

A critic must be knowledgeable in several fields, practices, and mediums. Brushing off art that they personally don't understand, is not a critique.

The first stage of ignorance is illusion, due to lack of exposure to reality.
The second stage of ignorance is delusion, or the refusal to acknowledge reality.
The third stage of ignorance is the rejection of altruism.

They cannot hurt you; their active participation, the enthusiasm in their willingness to try, proves their natural affinity and disposition to ruin, chaos, and sabotage.

Some do not learn you to earn you, they learn you to burn you.

When you raise the most valid of points, you will be grazed by the most hollow of souls, and the most vacant of personages.

Weakness employs many weapons in its perpetual war against strength. True strength does not attack; it is too busy enduring attacks, and defending itself against weakness.

If a person cannot protect you, it is because you were meant to perfect them.
If they cannot perfect you, you are meant to protect them.

Do not trust a person without scars. If they have no scars, then it means someone else is wearing theirs, usually unfairly, and usually permanently.

Tell a child, that he will soon be homeless; he will slowly detach from the world. Tell that same child that he is now homeless, he will abandon all foundations. Tell the child he has a home again, he may return to Earth from his travels, but he will never want to see this world again.

Greed is mistaken nobility. Instead of robbing all the pain and hardship from people's lives and rescuing them from danger, greed robs provisions from providers.

The seeking face that does not alter when presented with peace and reason, must bask in its wearer's prideful ignorance.

To the ordinary, opposite, means hatred. Every person sees themselves as love. To the extraordinary, opposite means opportunity.

Solace, is having the same company for years, while being seen as a stranger. Here, only a fool would think he had the luxury of friends.

I mind the unmindful, but I mind my own mind too. Mine your mind, and mine the minds of others. Mind.. you are mine!

We can have traders, without them being traitors.

We can trade, without trading others.

We can trade our traits, and not our worst ones, with others.

We can trade our traitors for better traders, or they can become better traders themselves.

Let the market trade this way.

Turning your back on nothing and walking away is not disloyal, it's self respect.

Intricate infrastructures aren't infinite.

Most people don't mind being stupid, insomuch that they do not appear stupid; appearance and being are seldom simultaneous, congruent, and conclusive.

Some do not want to create rich experiences for others, others lack the ability to do so, but most just want to experience being rich, with little to no other experience.

The seething rage that accompanies the truly despondent, effaces the delusional that mock from the safety of their shared illusion.

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