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“Soon enough his head would be swimming with tales of derring-do and high adventure, tales of beautiful maidens kissed, of evildoers shot with pistols or fought with swords, of bags of gold, of diamonds as big as the tip of your thumb, of lost cities and of vast mountains, of steam-trains and clipper ships, of pampas, oceans, deserts, tundra.” ― Neil Gaiman “To lovers out there….If he tells you “ Stop working, stop studying, stop dreaming, stop your goals and stay with me. I will take care of you and will do anything for you.” Don’t agree to it. First, it will be nice but thereafter you will be a burden to him. He will own you & have control over you. You won’t have a say, even when being mistreated, hurt & abused by him. You won’t have anywhere to go. You will be fully depended on him. When he is fed up with you. He will fight with you everything for smaller things, blamed for no reason. You will be trapped to be with him. A good man will support you on your dreams, goals, education, careers, and business. He won’t stop you or take them away or stand in your way. Two salaries are better than one. No matter how much he loves you. If he stops you from doing what makes you happy, what will benefit you, what will make you wiser, stronger, grow and capable . That is not love, but a scam to hurt you and own you as his property.” ―De philosopher DJ Kyos “Of the gnostic so much has been cursorily, as it were, written. We proceed now to the sequel, and must again contemplate faith; for there are some that draw the distinction, that faith has reference to the Son, and knowledge to the Spirit. But it has escaped their notice that, in order to believe truly in the Son, we must believe that He is the Son, and that He came, and how, and for what, and respecting His passion ; and we must know who is the Son of God. Now neither is knowledge without faith, nor faith without knowledge. Nor is the Father without the Son ; for the Son is with the Father. And the Son is the true teacher respecting the Father; and that we may believe in the Son, we must know the Father, with whom also is the Son. Again, in order that we may know the Father, we must believe in the Son, that it is the Son of God who teaches ; for from faith to knowledge by the Son is the Father. And the knowledge of the Son and Father, which is according to the gnostic rule—that which in reality is gnostic—is the attainment and comprehension of the truth by the truth.” ―Clement of Alexandria,Volume 12. The Writings of Clement of Alexandria