できない理由探すより、やってみればいい。(Rather than search for reasons for it being not doable, better to try and see.)
May your choices reflect your hopes, not your fears. —Nelson Mandela
Just as a well-filled day brings blessed sleep, so a well-employed life brings a blessed death. —Leonardo da Vinci
Death is nothing to us. When we exist, death is not; and when death exists, we are not. All sensation and consciousness ends with death and therefore in death there is neither pleasure nor pain. The fear of death arises from the belief that in death, there is awareness. —Epicurus
情けは人の為ならず (the good you do for others is good you do yourself; compassion is not for other people’s benefit)
“Faith without works is dead”: belief which does not motivate action cannot properly be called “faith”.
If a man does only what is required of him, he is a slave. if a man does more than is required of him, he is a free man. — Anonymous
“Doubt” is simply acknowledging one’s own ignorance.
Words have meaning only through the action with which they are associated.
“if we attach meanings to statements by abstracting previous experience, we must acquire new experiences in order to make space for new interpretations.”