TRUTH INDENT

Take it light, it takes patience to truly understand anything.

Can’t let the evil of the money trap me…

(Source: Spotify)

Robert Bork on Science

The fossil record is proving a major embarrassment to evolutionary theory. Michael Behe has shown that Darwinism cannot explain life as we know it. Scientists at the time of Darwin had no conception of the enormous complexity of bodies and their organs.

Upon fertilization, a single cell results containing forty-six chromosomes, which is all that humans have, including, of course the mother and the father. But the new organism’s forty-six chromosomes are in a different combination from those of either parent; the new organism is unique. It is not an organ of the mother’s body but a different individual. This cell produced specifically human proteins and enzymes from the beginning…It is impossible to say that the killing of the organism at any moment after it is originated is not the killing of a human being.

- Robert Bork

paixetespoir:

Marcello Mastroianni and Anna Karina in L’Etranger (The Stranger). Dir. Luchino Visconti

paixetespoir:

Marcello Mastroianni and Anna Karina in L’Etranger (The Stranger). Dir. Luchino Visconti

(via cinefilie)

That’s just how I feel

(Source: Spotify)

Then somebody said to me…

(Source: Spotify)

Aristotle

For Aristotle, logos is something more refined than the capacity to make private feelings public: it enables the human being to perform as no other animal can; it makes it possible for him to perceive and make clear to others through reasoned discourse the difference between what is advantageous and what is harmful, between what is just and what is unjust, and between what is good and what is evil.[4]

But then, O my friends, he said, if the soul is really immortal, what care should be taken of her, not only in respect of the portion of time which is called life, but of eternity! And the danger of neglecting her from this point of view does indeed appear to be awful. If death had only been the end of all, the wicked would have had a good bargain in dying, for they would have been happily quit not only of their body, but of their own evil together.

—Socrates