Aphorisms by Howard Salzman No. 30

We fabricate fictions in our head
Quite certain they are true,
Only to watch them destroyed
In the fire of reality.

The great lessons of life
Do not come out of a book
But out of life

Learning is directly proportionate
To your ability to change.

He who concentrates on the flaws of another
Is a stranger to his own flaws.

When you speak and others do not understand you
Perhaps you do not understand
The words you speak.

What is hidden from the human eye
Is revealed by the intuitive eye.

The distinction between joy and pain
Is determined by the heart.
One brings joy,
The other pain.
If your mind has lost its way
Let your heart speak.

Lonely and alone
Are brothers to each other.

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