“Not only were science and religion compatible, they were inseparable–the rise of science was achieved by deeply religious Christian scholars. ” ― Rodney Stark
“Love a person who is quite unloved, rather than a person who is very much loved. People who feel unloved treat it as a luxury, a hidden treasure, a gem. People who felt loved all their lives treat it as a birthright, an entitlement, a necessary materiality. Give water to the thirsty, they know what water should taste like.” ―C. JoyBell C.
“Everybody’s worried about stopping terrorism. Well, there’s a really easy way; stop participating in it.” — Noam Chomsky
“Thus all sorts of sophisticated order-systems become possible, which keep successively modifying themselves and hence also the computational processes that are likewise under their control.” ― John von Neumann, The Computer and the Brain
Have you ever noticed that when you sit down to write something, half the ideas that end up in it are ones you thought of while writing it? The same thing happens with software. Working to implement one idea gives you more ideas.
“I want to be the one who make stories, I want to hurt the way I get hurt, I want to experience how does it feel to be a cheater, a liar, a betrayer, to come up with quick stories to hide the faults, to know that I’ve hurt someone still blame the person for being mad but damn! I turn out to be the loyal one all the time who makes all the efforts to continue the relationship and stay honest and it hurts as fuck!” ―Himmilicious
“When it came to adults, it was better not to talk. They had a way of hearing one thing and processing it as something else. No reason to give them an excuse to hurt you.” ― Alexandra Bracken, The Darkest Minds
“At any moment, you know, your manufactured cool could blow.” ―Nicole Blackman