These bits of paper are covered with lies. They poison your minds. And so long as they exist, you cannot hope to see the world as it truly is.(...)You turn to them for answers and salvation. (...) You rely more upon them than upon yourselves. This makes you weak and stupid. You trust in words. Drops of ink. Do you ever stop to think of who put them there? Or why? No. You simply accept their words without question. And what if those words speak falsely, as they often do? This is dangerous.



Similar Quotes by Tags458

It is not our right to punish one for thinking as he...

-

Quote

What is the truth?’ he asked. ‘We place faith in our...

-

Quote

Only a mind free of impediment is capable of graspin...

-

Quote

You are worth fighting for.

-

Quote

The next time your in a conversation and you hear a ...

-

Quote

I love the way you make me feel. I was incomplete wi...

-

Quote

Tell your dreams to clowns and watch those jokers la...

-

Quote

People will always reveal how they feel about themse...

-

Quote

Happiness is being emerged in thoughts of you.

-

Quote

When you speak, be sure of what you are speaking. Do...

-Amaka Imani Nkosazana

Quote

Dance with me through moments of surreality. We are ...

-

Quote

The silliest reason to fall out with someone is beca...

-

Quote

It takes a real friend not to change their perceptio...

-

Quote

In search of Magnum opus - perhaps you were divined ...

-

Quote

God has given me life; He is capable of anything else.

-Lailah Gifty Akita

Quote

Fulfil my wishes, Obey my commands.

-

Quote

Just because I flap my arms, that doesn’t make me a ...

-Jarod Kintz

Quote

I yearn to taste my desire on your lips.

-

Quote

The answer to prayers is for the appointed time. God...

-Lailah Gifty Akita

Quote

My mind aches with a thousand stories. All variation...

-

Quote
Copied the text: "These bits of paper are covered with lies. They poison your minds. And so long as they exist, you cannot hope to see the world as it truly is.(...)You turn to them for answers and salvation. (...) You rely more upon them than upon yourselves. This makes you weak and stupid. You trust in words. Drops of ink. Do you ever stop to think of who put them there? Or why? No. You simply accept their words without question. And what if those words speak falsely, as they often do? This is dangerous."