Quotes from Everywhere

“Loneliest people are the kindest
saddest people smile the brightest
The most damaged people are the wisest
Just because they don’t wish to see anyone else suffer the way they do.”
Is this true?

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It is true to some extent. Nothing generates empathy with someone going through a tough time like going to a tough time oneself. You can relate to how someone feels after a break up better if you have been through one yourself. Most “damage” to people come from experiences. It is true that experience makes you wiser.

But also remember that when people like to make quotes like this, they try to make it sound deep and grand, even though it may not be true all of the time. While it’s true that depressed people try to hide their depression, for example, they cannot hide it all the time.

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I respect your opinion on this very logical and realistic

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Most Silent people fart the loudest

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Lollllllllllllllll​:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

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Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising up everytime we fail.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson.

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"The men at their computers looking at porn … had been seduced into pornographic
training sessions that met all the conditions required for plastic change of brain maps. Since
neurons that fire together wire together, these men got massive amounts of practice wiring
these images into the pleasure centres of the brain, with the rapt attention necessary for
plastic change. … Each time they felt sexual excitement and had an orgasm when they
masturbated, a ‘spritz of dopamine’, the reward neurotransmitter, consolidated the
connections made in the brain during the sessions. Not only did the reward facilitate the
behaviour; it provoked none of the embarrassment they felt purchasing Playboy at a store.
Here was a behaviour with no ‘punishment’, only reward"
-Norman Doidge (from the book “The Brain That Changes Itself”)

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