Pithy Sayings (IV)

If I am going to coin a term, it certainly won't be in latin.

Sing for heaven as eagerly as you would dance for a woman.

Don't ever pry wantonly into another man's journal, for it serves as his intellectual bowels.

I don't throw punches when I fight, but I stand nonetheless.

Passion breeds as surely as love births tragedies.

A thousand dissonant notes often make one harmonious symphony.

Since more words is less wisdom, the saints are reticent.

Creation has fallen; the strings are the same, but out of tune.

He was a naive man, simple, vulnerable, and often humiliated. But he was also a bold man, who seeing the world for what it was, lived out such traits in defiance of it.

Love visibly, but witness with stealth.