My favoritest sayings

This post (and any followup replies) are basically places for me to stow things that I come across or say that strike me as poetic, beautiful, or otherwise interesting.

Quote 1:
Chaos is not there to disrupt the norm for the sake of disruption. That is referred to as anarchy.

Chaos is there to give rhythmic variations, highs and lows, to a landscape that was previously flat and devoid of interest.

Chaos is meaning. Chaos is effect. It is the score upon which reality is written.
Attributed to: Me

Quote 2:
There are individuals out there who are so intent on violent disagreement with me that they will go to great lengths to engineer one.
Including the distortion of those close to me, and everything that I've come to believe about myself and about my life.
Complete disregard!
They just don't GET IT.
They're fighting against an inevitable future, but they just don't realize that I'm already there.
I AM the future.
I thought that I was finished with things like this.
I thought I was beyond them.
Do I really have to waste my time in conflict with these people?
This is the point. Change for change's sake.
But we HAVE to evolve.
All of us.
It's the only way forward.
And you really don't know me anymore, do you?
I told you. I'm different.
Attributed to: Iron Man - Inevitable [Modified by me]

Quote 3:
Existence offers us nothing if not the opportunity for an endless series of betrayals.

There's a world behind the world.

Lie once, cheat twice, and everything becomes clear.

Do not mistake my deception for a character flaw.

It is a philosophical choice.

A profound understanding of the universe.

It is ... a way of life.
Attibuted to: Lost In Space, Dr Smith.

That's all for now.


1 Response to My favoritest sayings

  1. Mike Santangelo Says:
    A more recent one:
    "The main things which seem to me important on their own account, and not merely as means to other things, are knowledge, art, instinctive happiness, and relations of friendship or affection."
    -Attributed to Bertrand Russel

    "For centuries, theologians have been explaining the unknowable in terms of the not-worth-knowing."
    -Attributed to H. L. Mencken