However, when human beings grasp the idea of a universal reason superior to the perceptible chain of events, the contingent side of their lives becomes apparent. Wisdom then consists in realizing that behind the profusion of vain, ephemeral incidents lurks a higher, sometimes incomprehensible order. —Thomas G Pavel, The Lives of the Novel; a History, Princeton University Press, Princeton and Oxford, 2003
Nonsense is actually less random than ordinary meaningful language. … [Nonsense] is actually a more complicated and complex mode of discourse than ordinary meaningful language.
—Dr. Raymond Moody on We Don’t Die Radio, October 21, 2016
Anger is a disturbing emotion based on a wrong view, the misconception that things exist the way they appear. Constructive emotions are generally more realistic.