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- PoPHILO - 5/6 -

233.Relationships are equal and unequal.

234.A question does not necessarily beget an answer.

235.We are noted for ...being in and out of prominence ...our potential to be in or out of prominence

236.We are elated that others understand us. We are uneasy because others comprehend us.

237.The reluctant will not. The reckless will. The rational evaluate.

238.A disguise is a state contrary to the actual or natural state.

239.It is next to impossible trying to assist those who are unwilling to be assisted.

240.Do not venture beyond one?s accustomed depths for the sake of answering a childish challenge.

241.There is ceremony for both our physical advent and departure.

242.Attempts themselves do not manifest righteousness.

243.If we allot too much leeway for others in the running of our lives, we might not get to know ourselves or its potential.

244.We cannot survive solely in the realm of the past, however grand, for the rest of our existence.

245.Awareness come not only from work of others but from our own observation as well.

246.Sanity should not be confused with conformity.

247.A philosopher is one who roams through the wilderness of specifics in order to derive compact and representative generalisations .

248.The fire within heats us to action or burns us to oblivion.

249.Desperation heeds not reason, decorum or consent.

250.We criticise others well and convincingly. Can we do the same for ourselves or will it take another to see the cracks on our crystal ?

251.When one is too enmeshed in light matters, serious matters become heavy burdens.

252.Being out of touch from the familiar makes the return strange.

253.The superfluous are decorations built from the base of essentials. We can add them on or discard them when it pleases us or when prodded by necessity but we cannot dispense with the essentials.

254.How well we perform a task reflects how much we have learned. How well we perform a task reflects our aptitude level.

255.When a situation is prevalent, a deviation is seen as an exception, anomaly or luxury.

256.Life comes to us in fragments .We have to link the pieces to find our place in it.

257.We express knowledge in full, in portions, always or at times. We admit ignorance in full, in portions, always or at times.

258.Process involves cause and transition of former states to that of latter or resulting states and eventual outcome.

259.For one to know intellectual fullness and depth, one must beforehand be submerged in the levity of banality. The two states come in intervals.

260.We develop our intellect by striving to know what others know. We advance our minds by formulating what others know not.

261.Impulse demands for attention .It is our discretion which chooses to see to its needs or to ignore it.

262.We are too preoccupied with singular functions which deal with worldly tasks. It is akin to acknowledging the individual components of a contraption and not the reason for its invention.

263.Philosophy and deep rumination is often ill considered by those in the fever and throes of the rat race.

264.In order to relate to a state, experience of that state comes to play.

265.Some things lose their appeal when they lose their novelty.

266.Be sure to secure the base of or triumph at the time of glory lest it be eroded when it is our turn to face the brink.

267.We regard time spent on a matter only to find it unsuitable for our purpose a waste yet it isn?t for the evolution of thought and concepts have brought us to our present stage besides strengthening our tenacity.

268.A preference may be linked to the emotions or emotional detachment. Preferences may be formulated from practical necessity or the heart?s calling.

269. Bitter or sweet farewells are in synchrony with our emotions at the time.

270.Little bits of misery is found all over existence and it is unevenly distributed.

271.One cannot be dogmatic in a game of cat and mouse.

272.We are victims and beneficiaries of our excesses, austerity and moderation.

273.Between ?could have been? and ?has been? is ? being?.

274.Jadedness is when excitement?s throbs are tempered by experience.

275.Matters past which we had derived from sources other than ourselves is knowledge. Matters past which we have lived through is experience. We have knowledge and experience with us.

276.All worthy actions done were done not in vain.

277.Others know us for what we have done. We know ourselves by what we have done , what we have yet to do , what we are capable of and what we cannot do.

278.All of us devour a form of life in order to sustain our own.

279.One sometimes can have no inkling of a matter until it is one?s turn of fortune to encounter it.

280.One?s taste can be flaunted for show but one?s show is not to everyone?s taste.

281.Some matters serve a specific purpose while there are those which possess relevance always.

282.A humorist has laughter to spare and share.

283.Life cannot be considered seriously by one who sees it as a mere absurdity.

284.Glumness is a disease when and where laughter is infectious.

285.He who laughs last caught the joke last or has a pathetically slow sense of humour.

286.One who conveys a joke cracks it. One who listens catches it.

287.Humour makes the heavy world a lighter one.

288.Humour lightens and brightens up solemnity.

289.It is logical to limit oneself to necessities in lean times. It is thrift to limit oneself to necessities in boom times.

290.A sober approach to birthdays is to consider them as a time for reflection and resolution in place of common revelry.

291.Material with knowledge and wisdom. Material with knowledge but without wisdom. Material which give neither.

292.Thought and conduct are fused as a singular entity in wisdom.

293.If one were to be blamed, be blamed for zeal?s abundance rather than the pathetic lack of it.

294.When one is a compulsive achiever, a person of accomplishment at an earlier than usual phase, one is at a state whereby it would have taken others a much longer time to grasp. For those who prefer to progress gradually , early achievement is a remarkable exception / anomaly.

295.Prudence makes us servants of our needs and anxiety.

296.Confidence lends courage .

297.The beginning of our affection is selfish and self-serving. At its maturity our affection is such that sacrifice becomes a viable option for the welfare and happiness of another.

298.We adapt , adopt and emulate in order to progress and as we progress.

299.We are pained at the point of release for we know what we shall miss. We are indifferent if we do not know of what we shall be deprived of.

300.The extreme ends of involvement are at the fringes of impassioned and detached states.

301.When we are unfamiliar with something, we review it often so that we can assimilate it in our minds and to accustom our thoughts with it. When we are familiar with something we become well versed enough to kid around with it.

302.We were born as dots among masses. We try to leave as complete

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