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Does ANYONE have some of the albums of this man. I was fortunate to find "How To Live With Yourself... or... what to do until the psychiatrist comes" !! and mastered it to CD. I'd love to find more.
Other Titles include:
Just In Case You Think You're Normal
The Drama of Sex
Dr. Murray Banks Tellls Jewish Stories Mit Psychology
Dr. Murray Banks Tells More Jewish Stories Mit Psychology
A Lesson In Love
I agree with Jack in that life, and all its living stuff and breathing with oxygen and lungs and all the internal components of one's bodily body, contribute to existing in existence.
That's right. It's absurd, completely insane. Love is like... knowing exactly what you want without actually knowing what you're doing. Now don't mistake me, I'm grateful for all the people in my life that I have truly loved and who have truly loved me, but sometimes I can't help but wonder how much easier my life who inevitably be if that factor were to vacate it. I'm sure most people wonder that. But then again, how the hell would we occupy ourselves without all that emotional turmoil to distract us from everything else. Yup, just ridiculous.
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Does anyone know where the following quote from Neils Bohr is from? I need the information for a cite.
Here is the quote: "The opposite of a correct statement is a false statement. But the opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth."
just for fun, i thouhjt i'd start this off. was cousins a realist?
I was surprised to find this linked to Francis Bacon, but given the "strange proportions" of the phrasing, I guess that I should not have been. Previous to this, I had always associated the second half of this aphorism with Einstein's General Theory of Relativity.
I am looking for a common saying for me to express my disgust with the inability (laziness) of my teacher to post grades in the last month and a half, making it impossible to prioritize my time based on my need of dedicating time to certain classes.
Want to display how I am "walking blind with no stick" or "feeling through the dark" - something to that effect.
If you could think of one it would be greatly appreciated.
Two things can turn your life into missery or success- taking risks & believing in yourself!
A wise man always knows that he has chosen the right way cause he was never afraid of choosing the wrong one!
THE SKY HAS ITS STARS, THE SEA HAS ITS WAVES, THE WOOD HAS ITS TREES, BUT MAN WANTS TO HAVE EVERYTHING!
"While money can't buy happiness, it certainly lets you choose your own form of miseries." Although this is just one of the many clever remarks written here. I wanted to choose it, due to the fact that we live in a competitive society,, where money talks and has so much power. Being an idealist at 18 - 30 years of age, I make no claim to that today. The world we live in is truely a vicious jungle.
Can anyone direct me to a text that includes Allen's speech made on the Bible passage regarding "and a man shall cleveth to his wife" ?