"A man of knowledge chooses a path with a heart and follows it. . .He knows that his life will be over altogether too soon. . . He knows because he sees that nothing is more important than anything else. In other words, a man of knowledge has no honor, no dignity, no family, no country. But only life to live"
- The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge by Carlos Castaneda
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“Revolution is not ‘showing’ life to people, but making them live. A revolutionary organization must always remember that its objective is not getting its adherents to listen to convincing talks by expert leaders, but getting them to speak for themselves, in order to achieve, or at least strive toward, an equal degree of participation.”
“CF Gill: In letter number one you use the expression “Your slim gilt soul,” and you refer to Lord Alfred’s “red rose-leaf lips.” The second letter contains the words, “You are the divine thing I want,” and describes Lord Alfred’s letter as being “delightful, red and yellow wine to me.” Do you think that an ordinarily constituted being would address such expressions to a younger man?
Wilde: I am not, happily I think, an ordinarily constituted being.”
— Transcript from Oscar Wilde’s trial. CF Gill cross-examined Wilde for the prosecution. (via vyvyan-holland)