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Hermann Karl Hesse (2 July 1877 9 August 1962) was a German-born Swiss poet, novelist, and painter. His best-known works include Demian, Steppenwolf, Siddhartha, and The Glass Bead Game, each of which explores an individual's search for au thenticity, self-knowledge and spirituality. In 1946, he received the Nobel Prize in Literature.
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Siddhārtha. (P. Siddhattha; T. Don grub; C. Xidaduo; J. Shiddatta/Shittatta; K. Siltalta 悉達多). In Sanskrit, "He Who Achieves His Goal," the personal name of GAUTAMA Buddha, also known as sĀKYAMUNI. In some accounts of the life of the Buddha, after his royal birth as the son of King sUDDHODANA, the BODHISATTVA was given this name and is referred to by that name during his life as a prince and his practice of asceticism. In the LALITAVISTARA, he is named Sarvārthasiddha, "He Who Achieves the Welfare of All." After his achievement of buddhahood, Siddhārtha is instead known as Gautama, sākyamuni, or simply the TATHĀGATA. The name is perhaps best known in English as the title of the 1922 novel by Hermann Hesse, in which the protagonist (who is not the Buddha) is named Siddhartha.



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1:There is no reality except the one contained within us. ~ Hermann Hesse,
2:No permanence is ours. We are a wave that flows to fit whatever form it finds. ~ Hermann Hesse,
3:No permanence is ours; we are a wave that flows to fit whatever form it finds. ~ Hermann Hesse,
4:I will no longer mutilate and destroy myself in order to find a secret behind the ruins. ~ Hermann Hesse,
5:How beautiful the world was when one looked at it without searching, just looked, simply and innocently." ~ Hermann Hesse,
6:One never reaches home. But whenever friendly paths intersect, the whole world looks like home for a time. ~ Hermann Hesse,
7:We are not going in circles, we are going upwards. The path is a spiral; we have already climbed many steps. ~ Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha,
8:If you hate a person, you hate something in him that is part of yourself. What isn't part of ourselves doesn't disturb us.
   ~ Hermann Hesse,
9:There is no reality except the one contained within us. That is why so many people live such an unreal life. They take the images outside of them for reality and never allow the world within to assert itself. ~ Hermann Hesse, Steppenwolf,
10:I have had to experience so much stupidity, so many vices, so much error, so much nausea, disillusionment and sorrow, just in order to become a child again and begin anew. I had to experience despair, I had to sink to the greatest mental depths, to thoughts of suicide, in order to experience grace. ~ Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha,
11:My lie has been miserable and difficult, and yet to others and sometimes to myself, it has seemed rich and wonderful. Man's life seems to me like a long, weary night that would be intolerable if there were not occasionally flashes of light, the sudden brightness of which is so comforting and wonderful, that the moments of their appearance cancel out and justify the years of darkness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
12:Often he went to the workshop, to encourage the assistant Erich, who continued working at the altar and eagerly awaited his master's return. Sometimes the Abbot unlocked Goldmund's room, where the Mary figure stood, lifted the cloth from the figure carefully and stayed with her awhile. He knew nothing of the figure's origin; Goldmund had never told him Lydia's story. But he felt everything; he saw that the girl's form had long lived in Goldmund's heart. Perhaps he had seduced her, perhaps betrayed and left her. But, truer than the most faithful husband, he had taken her along in his soul, preserving her image until finally, perhaps after many years in which he had never seen her again, he had fashioned this beautiful, touching statue of a girl and captured in her face, her bearing, her hands all the tenderness, admiration, and longing of their love.

   ~ Hermann Hesse, Narcissus and Goldmund,
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   50 Spiritual Classics: List of Books Covered:
   Muhammad Asad - The Road To Mecca (1954)
   St Augustine - Confessions (400)
   Richard Bach - Jonathan Livingston Seagull (1970)
   Black Elk Black - Elk Speaks (1932)
   Richard Maurice Bucke - Cosmic Consciousness (1901)
   Fritjof Capra - The Tao of Physics (1976)
   Carlos Castaneda - Journey to Ixtlan (1972)
   GK Chesterton - St Francis of Assisi (1922)
   Pema Chodron - The Places That Scare You (2001)
   Chuang Tzu - The Book of Chuang Tzu (4th century BCE)
   Ram Dass - Be Here Now (1971)
   Epictetus - Enchiridion (1st century)
   Mohandas Gandhi - An Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments With Truth (1927)
   Al-Ghazzali - The Alchemy of Happiness (1097)
   Kahlil Gibran - The Prophet (1923)
   GI Gurdjieff - Meetings With Remarkable Men (1960)
   Dag Hammarskjold - Markings (1963)
   Abraham Joshua Heschel - The Sabbath (1951)
   Hermann Hesse - Siddartha (1922)
   Aldous Huxley - The Doors of Perception (1954)
   William James - The Varieties of Religious Experience (1902)
   Carl Gustav Jung - Memories, Dreams, Reflections (1955)
   Margery Kempe - The Book of Margery Kempe (1436)
   J Krishnamurti - Think On These Things (1964)
   CS Lewis - The Screwtape Letters (1942)
   Malcolm X - The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1964)
   Daniel C Matt - The Essential Kabbalah (1994)
   Dan Millman - The Way of the Peaceful Warrior (1989)
   W Somerset Maugham - The Razor's Edge (1944)
   Thich Nhat Hanh - The Miracle of Mindfulness (1975)
   Michael Newton - Journey of Souls (1994)
   John O'Donohue - Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom (1998)
   Robert M Pirsig - Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (1974)
   James Redfield - The Celestine Prophecy (1994)
   Miguel Ruiz - The Four Agreements (1997)
   Helen Schucman & William Thetford - A Course in Miracles (1976)
   Idries Shah - The Way of the Sufi (1968)
   Starhawk - The Spiral Dance: A Rebirth of the Ancient Religion of the Great Goddess (1979)
   Shunryu Suzuki - Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind (1970)
   Emanuel Swedenborg - Heaven and Hell (1758)
   Teresa of Avila - Interior Castle (1570)
   Mother Teresa - A Simple Path (1994)
   Eckhart Tolle - The Power of Now (1998)
   Chogyam Trungpa - Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism (1973)
   Neale Donald Walsch - Conversations With God (1998)
   Rick Warren - The Purpose-Driven Life (2002)
   Simone Weil - Waiting For God (1979)
   Ken Wilber - A Theory of Everything (2000)
   Paramahansa Yogananda - Autobiography of a Yogi (1974)
   Gary Zukav - The Seat of the Soul (1990)
   ~ Tom Butler-Bowdon, 50 Spirital Classics (2017 Edition),
14:Workshops, churches, and palaces were full of these fatal works of art; he had even helped with a few himself. They were deeply disappointing be­ cause they aroused the desire for the highest and did not fulfill it. They lacked the most essential thing-mystery. That was what dreams and truly great works of art had in common : mystery. Goldmund continued his thought: It is mystery I love and pursue. Several times I have seen it beginning to take shape; as an artist, I would like to capture and express it. Some day, perhaps, I'll be able to. The figure of the universal mother, the great birthgiver, for example. Unlike other fi gures, her mystery does not consist of this or that detail, of a particular voluptuousness or sparseness, coarseness or delicacy, power or gracefulness. It consists of a fusion of the greatest contrasts of the world, those that cannot otherwise be combined, that have made peace only in this figure. They live in it together: birth and death, tenderness and cruelty, life and destruction. If I only imagined this fi gure, and were she merely the play of my thoughts, it would not matter about her, I could dismiss her as a mistake and forget about her. But the universal mother is not an idea of mine; I did not think her up, I saw her! She lives inside me. I've met her again and again. She appeared to me one winter night in a village when I was asked to hold a light over the bed of a peasant woman giving birth: that's when the image came to life within me. I often lose it; for long periods it re­ mains remote; but suddenly it Hashes clear again, as it did today. The image of my own mother, whom I loved most of all, has transformed itself into this new image, and lies encased within the new one like the pit in the cherry.

   As his present situation became clear to him, Goldmund was afraid to make a decision. It was as difficult as when he had said farewell to Narcissus and to the cloister. Once more he was on an impor­ tant road : the road to his mother. Would this mother-image one day take shape, a work of his hands, and become visible to all? Perhaps that was his goal, the hidden meaning of his life. Perhaps; he didn't know. But one thing he did know : it was good to travel toward his mother, to be drawn and called by her. He felt alive. Perhaps he'd never be able to shape her image, perhaps she'd always remain a dream, an intuition, a golden shimmer, a sacred mystery. At any rate, he had to follow her and submit his fate to her. She was his star.

   And now the decision was at his fingertips; everything had become clear. Art was a beautiful thing, but it was no goddess, no goal-not for him. He was not to follow art, but only the call of his mother.

   ~ Hermann Hesse, Narcissus and Goldmund,
15:On that spring day in the park I saw a young woman who attracted me. She was tall and slender, elegantly dressed, and had an intelligent and boyish face. I liked her at once. She was my type and began to fill my imagination. She probably was not much older than I but seemed far more mature, well-defined, a full-grown woman, but with a touch of exuberance and boyishness in her face, and this was what I liked above all .

   I had never managed to approach a girl with whom I had fallen in love, nor did I manage in this case. But the impression she made on me was deeper than any previous one had been and the infatuation had a profound influence on my life.

   Suddenly a new image had risen up before me, a lofty and cherished image. And no need, no urge was as deep or as fervent within me as the craving to worship and admire. I gave her the name Beatrice, for, even though I had not read Dante, I knew about Beatrice from an English painting of which I owned a reproduction. It showed a young pre-Raphaelite woman, long-limbed and slender, with long head and etherealized hands and features. My beautiful young woman did not quite resemble her, even though she, too, revealed that slender and boyish figure which I loved, and something of the ethereal, soulful quality of her face.

   Although I never addressed a single word to Beatrice, she exerted a profound influence on me at that time. She raised her image before me, she gave me access to a holy shrine, she transformed me into a worshiper in a temple.

   From one day to the next I stayed clear of all bars and nocturnal exploits. I could be alone with myself again and enjoyed reading and going for long walks.

   My sudden conversion drew a good deal of mockery in its wake. But now I had something I loved and venerated, I had an ideal again, life was rich with intimations of mystery and a feeling of dawn that made me immune to all taunts. I had come home again to myself, even if only as the slave and servant of a cherished image.

   I find it difficult to think back to that time without a certain fondness. Once more I was trying most strenuously to construct an intimate "world of light" for myself out of the shambles of a period of devastation; once more I sacrificed everything within me to the aim of banishing darkness and evil from myself. And, furthermore, this present "world of light" was to some extent my own creation; it was no longer an escape, no crawling back to -nether and the safety of irresponsibility; it was a new duty, one I had invented and desired on my own, with responsibility and self-control. My sexuality, a torment from which I was in constant flight, was to be transfigured nto spirituality and devotion by this holy fire. Everything :brk and hateful was to be banished, there were to be no more tortured nights, no excitement before lascivious picures, no eavesdropping at forbidden doors, no lust. In place of all this I raised my altar to the image of Beatrice, :.. and by consecrating myself to her I consecrated myself to the spirit and to the gods, sacrificing that part of life which I withdrew from the forces of darkness to those of light. My goal was not joy but purity, not happiness but beauty, and spirituality.

   This cult of Beatrice completely changed my life.

   ~ Hermann Hesse, Demian,

*** WISDOM TROVE ***

1:Solitude is independence. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
2:Your soul is the whole world. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
3:In the beginning was the myth. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
4:Love is stronger than violence. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
5:The truth is lived, not taught. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
6:Happiness is love, nothing else. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
7:The tree does not die, it waits. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
8:Om is the bow, the arrow is soul. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
9:Is not every life, every work fine? ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
10:I can think. I can wait. I can fast. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
11:Faith is stronger than so-called reality. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
12:There is a miracle in every new beginning ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
13:Every experience has its element of magic. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
14:Knowledge can communicated but not wisdom. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
15:Never is a man wholly a saint or a sinner. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
16:Words can not express the joy of new life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
17:Friendship is identification and difference ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
18:In my brain were stored a thousand pictures. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
19:The opposite of every truth is just as true. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
20:If I know what love is, it is because of you. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
21:The art of love-giving and taking become one. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
22:As a body everyone is single, as a soul never. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
23:Knowledge can be communicated, but not wisdom. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
24:Abraxas was the god who was both god and devil. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
25:What isn't part of ourselves doesn't disturb us. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
26:Each man's life represents a road toward himself. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
27:Only the ideas that we really live have any value. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
28:a person is never entirely holy or entirely sinful. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
29:Love of God is not always the same as love of good. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
30:A mere nothing suffices — and the lightning strikes. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
31:The cup was emptied and would never be filled again. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
32:You are willing to die, you coward, but not to live. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
33:You must find your dream, then the way becomes easy. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
34:You have to try the impossible to achieve the possible ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
35:Eternity is a mere moment, just long enough for a joke. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
36:That life is difficult, I have often bitterly realized. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
37:There is no reality except the one contained within us. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
38:Happiness is a how; not a what. A talent, not an object. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
39:I cannot tell my story without reaching a long way back. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
40:I trust that my labor is holy. Out of this trust I live. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
41:We create gods and struggle with them, and they bless us. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
42:Art is the contemplation of the world in a state of grace. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
43:Learn what is to be taken seriously and laugh at the rest. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
44:madness, in a higher sense, is the beginning of all wisdom ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
45:When the suffering becomes acute enough, one goes forward. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
46:The true profession of a man is to find his way to himself. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
47:The truth has a million faces, but there is only one truth. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
48:The voices of all creatures are in the voices of the river. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
49:Good that you ask. You should always ask, always have doubts. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
50:For me, trees have always been the most penetrating preachers. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
51:All higher humor begins with ceasing to take oneself seriously. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
52:I have begun to listen to the teachings my blood whispers to me. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
53:Nothing was, nothing will be, everything has reality and presence ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
54:Each man had only one genuine vocation to find the way to himself. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
55:Only within yourself exists that other reality for which you long. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
56:People with courage and character always seem sinister to the rest. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
57:Were not the gods forms created like me and you, mortal, transient? ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
58:Without a mother, one cannot love. Without a mother, one cannot die. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
59:The world, as it is now, wants to die, wants to perish — and it will. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
60:When two cultures collide is the only time when true suffering exists. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
61:Everything becomes a little different as soon as it is spoken out loud. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
62:Happiness is love, nothing else. A man who is capable of love is happy. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
63:Making music together is the best way for two people to become friends. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
64:When dealing with the insane, the best method is to pretend to be sane. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
65:A magic dwells in each beginning, protecting us, telling us how to live. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
66:Loneliness is the way by which destiny endeavors to lead man to himself. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
67:To achieve the possible, we must attempt the impossible again and again. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
68:Yes, I am going into the woods; I am going into the unity of all things. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
69:Youth ends when egotism does; maturity begins when one lives for others. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
70:All men of goodwill have this in common - that our works put us to shame. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
71:He had loved and he had found himself. Most people love to lose themselves. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
72:I have always thirsted for knowledge, I have always been full of questions. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
73:All life was a breath exhaled by God. All dying was a breath inhaled by God. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
74:Some of us think holding on makes us strong; but sometimes it is letting go. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
75:The deity is within you, not in ideas and books. Truth is lived, not taught. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
76:Writing is good, thinking is better. Cleverness is good, patience is better. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
77:If a man has nothing to eat, fasting is the most intelligent thing he can do. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
78:Every healthy person must have a goal in life and that life must have content. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
79:I felt knowledge and the unity of the world circulate in me like my own blood. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
80:No permanence is ours, we are a wave that flows to fit whatever form it finds. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
81:Siddhartha stopped fighting his fate this very hour, and he stopped suffering. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
82:Perhaps people like us cannot love. Ordinary people can - that is their secret. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
83:The river taught us how to listen with a silent heart, with a waiting open soul. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
84:Who travels far will often see things Far removed from what was believed as Truth. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
85:I am much inclined to live from my rucksack, and let my trousers fray as they like. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
86:Often it is the most deserving people who cannot help loving those who destroy them. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
87:How foolish to wear oneself out in vain longing for warmth! Solitude is independence. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
88:That seems to be the way of things. Everyone takes, everyone gives. Life is like that. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
89:lucid and quiet his voice hovered above the listeners, like a light, like a starry sky. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
90:A longing to wander tears my heart when I hear trees rustling in the wind at evening... ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
91:I will no longer mutilate and destroy myself in order to find a secret behind the ruins. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
92:destiny alongside one's external fate, then my life has been neither empty nor worthless. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
93:Love is like death. It is fulfillment and an evening after which nothing more may follow. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
94:Every path leads homeward, every step is birth, every step is death, every grave is mother. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
95:What he had not learned, however, was this: to find contentment in himself and his own life ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
96:But it's a poor fellow who can't take his pleasure without asking other people's permission. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
97:I hope death will be a great happiness, a happiness as great as that of love, fulfilled love ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
98:Those who cannot think or take responsibility for themselves need, and clamor for, a leader. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
99:Beautiful was this world, looking at it thus, without searching, thus simply, thus childlike. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
100:Oh, love isn't there to make us happy. I believe it exists to show us how much we can endure. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
101:One can beg, buy, be presented with and find love in the streets, but it can never be stolen. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
102:Not in his speech, not in his thoughts, I see his greatness, only in his actions, in his life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
103:Meaning and reality were not hidden somewhere behind things, they were in them, in all of them. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
104:Seeking means: to have a goal; but finding means: to be free, to be receptive, to have no goal. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
105:God does not send us despair in order to kill us; he sends it in order to awaken us to new life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
106:It is a pity that you students aren't fully aware of the luxury and abundance in which you live. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
107:Theory is knowledge that doesn't work. Practice is when everything works and you don't know why. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
108:The world was beautiful when looked at in this way-without any seeking, so simple, so childlike. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
109:He has robbed me, yet he has given me something of greater value . . . he has given to me myself. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
110:To study history means submitting to chaos and nevertheless retaining faith in order and meaning. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
111:Gratitude is not a virtue I believe in, and to me it seems hypocritical to expect it from a child. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
112:What you call passion is not spiritual force, but friction between the soul and the outside world. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
113:Within you there is a stillness and sanctuary to which you can retreat at any time and be yourself ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
114:A thousand times I was ready to regret and take back my rash statement - yet it had been the truth. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
115:Chaos demands to be recognized and experienced before letting itself be converted into a new order. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
116:Wisdom is not communicable. The wisdom which a wise man tries to communicate always sounds foolish. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
117:Beauty does not bring happiness to the one who possesses it, but to the one who loves and admires it. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
118:. . . gentleness is stronger than severity, water is stronger than rock, love is stronger than force. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
119:our friendship has no other purpose, no other reason, than to show you how utterly unlike me you are. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
120:Our god's name is Abraxas and he is God and Satan and he contains both the luminous and the dark world. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
121:The bourgeois today burns as heretics and hangs as criminals those to whom he erects monuments tomorrow. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
122:You show the world as a complete, unbroken chain, an eternal chain, linked together by cause and effect. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
123:Faith and doubt go hand in hand, they are complementaries. One who never doubts will never truly believe. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
124:Human life is reduced to real suffering, to hell, only when two ages, two cultures and religions overlap. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
125:I want to learn from myself, want to be my student, want to get to know myself, the secret of Siddhartha. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
126:My real self wanders elsewhere, far away, wanders on and on invisibly and has nothing to do with my life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
127:One never reaches home, but wherever friendly paths intersect the whole world looks like home for a time. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
128:To nobody can you communicate in words and teachings, what happened to you in your hour of enlightenment. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
129:But your questions, which are unanswerable without exception, all spring from the same erroneous thinking. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
130:I shall begin my story with an experience I had when I was ten and attended our small town's Latin school. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
131:Love can be begged, bought, or received as a gift, one can find it in the street, but one cannot steal it. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
132:Opinions mean nothing; they may be beautiful or ugly, clever or foolish, anyone can embrace or reject them. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
133:How beautiful the world was when one looked at it, without searching... just looked, simply and innocently. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
134:I have no desire to walk on water, said Siddhartha. Let the old shamans satisfy themselves with such skills. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
135:The highest art... sets down its creations and trusts in their magic, without fear of not being understood. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
136:We are not going in circles, we are going upwards. The path is a spiral; we have already climbed many steps. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
137:Within us there is someone who knows everything, wills everything, does everything better than we ourselves. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
138:Remember this: one can be a strict logician or grammarian and at the same time full of imagination and music. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
139:You've never lived what you are thinking, and that isn't good. Only the ideas we actually live are of any value. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
140:Art is contemplation of the world in a state of grace and imaginatively reflecting that subjective understanding. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
141:I wanted only to live in accord with the promptings which came from my true self. Why was that so very difficult? ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
142:The day had gone by just as days go by. I had killed it in accordance with my primitive and retiring way of life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
143:To die is to go into the Collective Unconscious, to lose oneself in order to be transformed into form, pure form. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
144:Every important cultural gesture comes down to a morality, a model for human behavior concentrated into a gesture. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
145:I had grown a thin mustache, I was a full-grown man, and yet I was completely helpless and without a goal in life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
146:Without words, without writing and without books there would be no history, there could be no concept of humanity. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
147:I realize today that nothing in the world is more distasteful to a man than to take the path that leads to himself. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
148:One cannot apologize for something fundamental, and a child feels and knows this as well and as deeply as any sage. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
149:Love your suffering. Do not resist it, do not flee from it. It is only your aversion to it that hurts, nothing else. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
150:Wisdom cannot be imparted. Wisdom that a wise man attempts to impart always sounds like foolishness to someone else. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
151:... and the vessel was not full, his intellect was not satisfied, his soul was not at peace, his heart was not still. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
152:A tree has something to say to us: Be still! Be still! Look at me!... Home is within you, or home is nowhere at all. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
153:I live in my dreams — that's what you sense. Other people live in dreams, but not in their own. That's the difference. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
154:Life is always frightful. We cannot help it and we are responsible all the same. One's born and at once one is guilty. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
155:When you like someone, you like them in spite of their faults. When you love someone, you love them with their faults. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
156:Every politician in the world is all for revolution, reason, and disarmament-but only in enemy countries, not in his own. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
157:In fear I hurried this way and that. I had the taste of blood and chocolate in my mouth, the one as hateful as the other. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
158:When we hate a person, what we hate in his image is something inside ourselves. Whatever isn't inside us can't excite us. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
159:If you hate a person, you hate something in him that is part of yourself. What isn't part of ourselves doesn't disturb us. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
160:In each individual the spirit is made flesh, in each one the whole of creation suffers, in each one a Savior is crucified. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
161:I do want more. I am not content with being happy. I was not made for it. It is not my destiny. My destiny is the opposite. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
162:One day I would be a better hand at the game. One day I would learn how to laugh. Pablo was waiting for me, and Mozart too. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
163:The mind is international and supra-national ... it ought to serve not war and annihilation, but peace and reconciliation. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
164:And here is a doctrine at which you will laugh. It seems to me, Govinda, that love is the most important thing in the world. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
165:One must find the source within one's own Self, one must possess it. Everything else was seeking - a detour, an error. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
166:All I really wanted was to try and live the life that was spontaneously welling up within me. Why was that so very difficult? ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
167:But peace, too, is a living thing and like all life it must wax and wane, accommodate, withstand trials, and undergo changes. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
168:It is not for me to judge another man's life. I must judge, I must choose, I must spurn, purely for myself. For myself, alone. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
169:It was lovely, and tempting, to exert power over men and to shine before others, but power also had its perditions and perils. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
170:You are only afraid if you are not in harmony with yourself. People are afraid because they have never owned up to themselves. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
171:Everyone can perform magic, everyone can reach his goals, if he is able to think, if he is able to wait, if he is able to fast. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
172:There are always a few such people who demand the utmost of life and yet cannot come to terms with its stupidity and crudeness. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
173:Romantic souvenirs had a way of attaching themselves to one when one wanted to move on, but they were not to be taken seriously. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
174:How could I fail to be a lone wolf, and an uncouth hermit, as I did not share one of its aims nor understand one of its pleasures? ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
175:In every truth, the opposite is equally true. For example, a truth can only be expressed and enveloped in words if it is onesided. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
176:The bourgeois prefers comfort to pleasure, convenience to liberty, and a pleasant temperature to the deathly inner consuming fire. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
177:So you can't dance? Not at all? Not even one step? How can you say that you've taken any trouble to live when you won't even dance? ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
178:The man of power is ruined by power, the man of money by money, the submissive man by subservience, the pleasure seeker by pleasure. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
179:To be able to throw one's self away for the sake of a moment, to be able to sacrifice years for a woman's smile - that is happiness. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
180:Whether you and I and a few others will renew the world some day remains to be seen. But within ourselves we must renew it each day. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
181:A father can pass on his nose and eyes and even his intelligence to his child, but not his soul. In every human being the soul is new ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
182:The marvel of the Bhagavad-Gita is its truly beautiful revelation of life's wisdom which enables philosophy to blossom into religion. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
183:All interpretation, all psychology, all attempts to make things comprehensible, require the medium of theories, mythologies, and lies. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
184:For the first time in my life I tasted death, and death tasted bitter, for death is birth, is fear and dread of some terrible renewal. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
185:I have always been a great dreamer; in dreams I am more active than in my real life, and these shadows sapped me of health and energy. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
186:Life is waiting everywhere, the future is flowering everywhere, but we only see a small part of it and step on much of it with our feet ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
187:Once you are able to make your request in such a way that you will be quite certain of its fulfillment, then the fulfillment will come. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
188:He saw that the water continually flowed and flowed and yet it was always there; it was always the same and yet every moment it was new. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
189:What could I say to you that would be of value, except that perhaps you seek too much, that as a result of your seeking you cannot find. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
190:What for me is bliss and life and ecstasy and exaltation, the world in general seeks at most in imagination; in life it finds it absurd. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
191:Everyone gives what he has. The soldier gives strength, the merchant goods, the teacher instruction, the farmer rice, the fisherman fish. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
192:A house without books is a poor house, even if beautiful rugs are covering its floors and precious wallpapers and pictures cover its walls ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
193:For me, trees have always been the most penetrating preachers. I revere them when they live in tribes and families, in forests and groves. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
194:To recognize causes is to think, and through thought alone feelings become knowledge and are not lost, but become real and begin to mature. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
195:Whither will my path yet lead me? This path is stupid, it goes in spirals, perhaps in circles, but whichever way it goes, I will follow it. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
196:Look: We hate nothing that exists, not even death, suffering and dying, does not horrify our souls, as long as we learn more deeply to love. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
197:We have to stumble through so much dirt and humbug before we reach home. And we have no one to guide us. Our only guide is our homesickness. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
198:You must find your dream... but no dream lasts forever, each dream is followed by another, and one should not cling to any particular dream. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
199:Alas, Siddhartha, I see you suffering, but you're suffering a pain at which one would like to laugh, at which you'll soon laugh for yourself. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
200:An enlightened man had but one duty - to seek the way to himself, to reach inner certainty, to grope his way forward, no matter where it led. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
201:Painting is marvelous; it makes you happier and more patient. Afterwards you do not have black fingers as with writing, but blue and red ones. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
202:Those who are too lazy and comfortable to think for themselves and be their own judges obey the laws. Others sense their own laws within them. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
203:Love must neither beg nor demand. Love must be strong enough to find certainty within itself.  It then cease to be moved and becomes the mover. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
204:Because the world is so full of death and horror, I try again and again to console my heart and pick the flowers that grow in the midst of hell. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
205:I have been and still am a seeker, but I have ceased to question stars and books; I have begun to listen to the teaching my blood whispers to me. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
206:Everything is necessary, everything needs only my agreement, my assent, my loving understanding; then all is well with me and nothing can harm me. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
207:Any attempt to replace a personal conscience by a collective conscience does violence to the individual and is the first step toward totalitarianism. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
208:If time is not real, then the dividing line between this world and eternity, between suffering and bliss, between good and evil, is also an illusion. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
209:I believe that I am not responsible for the meaningfulness or meaninglessness of life, but that I am responsible for what I do with the life I've got. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
210:The river is everywhere at the same time . . . everywhere and the present only exists for it, not the shadow of the past, nor the shadow of the future. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
211:They both listened silently to the water, which to them was not just water, but the voice of life, the voice of Being, the voice of perpetual Becoming. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
212:Wisdom is nothing but a preparation of the soul, a capacity, a secret art of thinking, feeling and breathing thoughts of unity at every moment of life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
213:You will become tired, Siddhartha. I will become tired. You will fall asleep, Siddhartha. I will not fall asleep. You will die, Siddhartha. I will die. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
214:In any case, the most lively young people become the best old people, not those who pretend to be as wise as grandfathers while they are still at school. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
215:Sentimentality is a basking in feelings that in reality you don't take seriously enough to make the slightest sacrifice to or ever translate into action. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
216:There is, so I believe, in the essence of everything, something that we cannot call learning. There is, my friend, only a knowledge - that is everywhere. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
217:Words do not express thoughts very well. They always become a little different immediately after they are expressed, a little distorted, a little foolish. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
218:So you find yourself surrounded by death and horror in the world, and you escape it into lust. But lust has no duration; it leaves you again in the desert. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
219:Each man's life represents a road toward himself, an attempt at such a road, the intimation of a path. No man has ever been entirely and completely himself. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
220:Knowledge can be communicated, but not wisdom. One can find it, live it, be fortified by it, do wonders through it, but one cannot communicate and teach it. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
221:The best weapons against the infamies of life are courage, wilfulness and patience. Courage strenthens, wilfulness is fun and patience provides tranquility. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
222:I am fond of music I think because it is so amoral. Everything else is moral and I am after something that isn't. I have always found moralizing intolerable. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
223:The bird fights its way out of the egg. The egg is the world. Who would be born must first destroy a world. The bird flies to God. The God's name is Abraxas. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
224:I have known it for a long time but I have only just experienced it. Now I know it not only with my intellect, but with my eyes, with my heart, with my stomach. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
225:At one time I had given much thought to why men were so very rarely capable of living for an ideal. Now I saw that many, no, all men were capable of dying for one. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
226:Our mind is capable of passing beyond the dividing line we have drawn for it. Beyond the pairs of opposites of which the world consists, other, new insights begin. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
227:The way to innocence, to the uncreated and to God leads on, not back, not back to the wolf or to the child, but ever further into sin, ever deeper into human life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
228:One of the aphorisms occurred to me now and I wrote it under the picture: Fate and temperament are two words for one and the same concept. That was clear to me now. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
229:Seriousness is an accident of time. It consists of putting too high a value on time. In eternity there is no time. Eternity is a moment, just long enough for a joke ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
230:His life oscillates, as everyone's does, not merely between two poles, such as the body and the spirit, the saint and the sinner, but between thousands and thousands. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
231:I have always believed, and I still believe, that whatever good or bad fortune may come our way we can always give it meaning and transform it into something of value. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
232:It taught him how to listen - how to listen with a quiet heart and a waiting soul, open soul, without passion, without desire, without judgment, without opinion. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
233:What should I possibly have to tell you, oh venerable one? Perhaps that you're searching far too much? That in all that searching, you don't find the time for finding? ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
234:She stood a moment before my eyes, clearly and painfully, loved and deeply woven into my destiny; then fell away again in a deep oblivion, at a half regretted distance. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
235:Among mathematicians, even in those days, the reputation of being a good Glass Bead Game player meant a great deal; it was equivalent to being a very good mathematician. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
236:For me, however, that beloved, glowing little word happiness has become associated with everything I have felt since childhood upon hearing the sound of the word itself. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
237:The call of death is a call of love. Death can be sweet if we answer it in the affirmative, if we accept it as one of the great eternal forms of life and transformation. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
238:A man who is ill-adjusted to the world is always on the verge of finding himself. One who is adjusted to the world never finds himself, but gets to be a cabinet minister. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
239:You can ride, you can travel with a friend of your own; The final step you must take alone. No wisdom is better than this when known: That every hard thing is done alone. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
240:I was out of my bed in one second, trembling with excitement, and I dashed to the door and into the adjoining room, where I could watch the streets below from the windows. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
241:I began to understand that suffering and disappointments and melancholy are there not to vex us or cheapen us or deprive us of our dignity but to mature and transfigure us. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
242:It is not our purpose to become each other; it is to recognize each other, to learn to see the other and honor him for what he is: each the other's opposite and complement. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
243:That is where my dearest and brightest dreams have ranged — to hear for the duration of a heartbeat the universe and the totality of life in its mysterious, innate harmony. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
244:Every man's story is important, eternal and sacred. That is why every man, as long as he lives and fulfills the will of nature, is wondrous and worthy of every consideration. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
245:Love must not entreat,' she added, &
246:I believe that the struggle against death, the unconditional and self-willed determination to live, is the mode of power behind the lives and activities of all outstanding men. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
247:What is the holding of breath? It is a flight from the Self, it is a temporary escape from the torment of Self. It is a temporary palliative against the pain and folly of life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
248:I am in truth the Steppenwolf that I often call myself; that beast astray that finds neither home nor joy nor nourishment in a world that is strange and incomprehensible to him. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
249:When all the Self was conquered and dead, when all passions and desires were silent, then the last must awaken, the innermost of Being that is no longer Self - the great secret! ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
250:You learned people and artists have, no doubt, all sorts of superior things in your heads; but you're human beings like the rest of us, and we, too, have our dreams and fancies. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
251:Dreams and restless thoughts came flowing to him from the river, from the twinkling stars at night, from the sun's melting rays. Dreams and a restlessness of the soul came to him. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
252:When trying to remember my share in the glow of the eternal present, in the smile of God, I return to my childhood, too, for that is where the most significant discoveries turn up. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
253:Fortunately, like most children, I had learned what is most valuable, most indispensable for life before school years began, taught by apple trees, by rain and sun, river and woods. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
254:In Germany I have been acknowledged again since the fall of Hitler, but my works, partly suppressed by the Nazis and partly destroyed by the war; have not yet been republished there. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
255:At that time two opposing concepts of the Game called forth commentary and discussion. The foremost players distinguished two principal types of Game, the formal and the psychological. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
256:During deep meditation it is possible to dispel time, to see simultaneously all the past, present, and future, and then everything is good, everything is perfect, everything is Brahman. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
257:If what matters in a person's existence is to accept the inevitable consciously, to taste the good and bad to the full and to make for oneself a more individual, unaccidental and inward ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
258:You should never be afraid of people... such fear can destroy us completely. You've simply got to get rid of it, if you want to turn into someone decent. You understand that, don't you? ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
259:Should we be mindful of dreams? Joseph asked. Can we interpret them? The Master looked into his eyes and said tersely: We should be mindful of everything, for we can interpret everything. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
260:Each of us is merely one human being, merely an experiment, a way station. But each of us should be on the way toward perfection, should be striving to reach the center, not the periphery. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
261:It was the first rent in the holy image of my father, it was the first fissure in the columns that had upheld my childhood, which every individual must destroy before he can become himself. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
262:What constitutes a real, live human being is more of a mystery than ever these days, and men each one of whom is a valuable, unique experiment on the part of nature are shot down wholesale. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
263:Age is a state of mind. Youth and age exist only among the ordinary people. All the more talented and exceptional of us; are sometimes old, just as we are sometimes happy, and sometimes sad. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
264:I sped through heaven and saw god at work. I suffered holy pains. I dropped all my defenses and was afraid of nothing in the world. I accepted all things and to all things I gave up my heart. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
265:Whoever wants music instead of noise, joy instead of pleasure, soul instead of gold, creative work instead of business, passion instead of foolery, finds no home in this trivial world of ours. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
266:Nevertheless, whether in occurrences lasting days, hours or mere minutes at a time, I have experienced happiness often, and have had brief encounters with it in my later years, even in old age. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
267:You are only afriad if you are not in harmony with yourself. People are afraid because they have never owned up to themselves. A whole society composed of men afraid of the unknown within them! ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
268:This happiness consisted of nothing else but the harmony of the few things around me with my own existence, a feeling of contentment and well-being that needed no changes and no intensification. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
269:Every natural form is latent within us, originates in the soul whose essence is eternity, whose essence we cannot know but which most often intimates itself to us as the power to love and create. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
270:Knowledge can be conveyed, but not wisdom. It can be found, it can be lived, it is possible to be carried by it, miracles can be performed with it, but it cannot be expressed in words and taught. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
271:My resolve to die was not the whim of an hour. It was the ripe, sound fruit that had slowly grown to full size, lightly rocked by the winds of fate whose next breath would bring it to the ground. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
272:My goal is this: always to put myself in the place in which I am best able to serve, wherever my gifts and qualities find the best soil to grow, the widest field of action. There is no other goal. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
273:Only within yourself exists the other reality for which you long. I can give you nothing that has not already its being within yourself. I can throw open to you no picture gallery but your own soul. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
274:The sacred sense of beyond, of timelessness, of a world which had an eternal value and the substance of which was divine had been given back to me today by this friend of mine who taught me dancing. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
275:Every phenomenon on earth is symbolic, and each symbol is an open gate through which the soul, if it is ready, can enter into the inner part of the world, where you and I and day and night are all one. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
276:They slept profoundly, desperately, greedily, as though for the last time, as though they had been condemned to stay awake forever and had to drink in all the sleep in the world during these last hours. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
277:All this had always been and he had never seen it; he was never present. Now he was present and belonged to it. Through his eyes he saw light and shadows; through his mind he was aware of moon and stars. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
278:I called the world of phenomena an illusion, I called my eyes and my tongue an accident, valueless phenomena. No, that is all over; I have awakened, I have really awakened and I have just been born today. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
279:In the beginning was the myth. God, in his search for self-expression, invested the souls of Hindus, Greeks, and Germans with poetic shapes and continues to invest each child's soul with poetry every day. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
280:Those who direct the maximum force of their desires toward the center, toward true being, toward perfection, seem quieter than the passionate souls because the flame of their fervor cannot always be seen. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
281:If my life were not a dangerous, painful experiment, if I did not constantly skirt the abyss and feel the void under my feet, my life would have no meaning and I would not have been able to write anything. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
282:There is no reality except the one contained within us. That is why so many people live such an unreal life. They take the images outside them for reality and never allow the world within to assert itself. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
283:It is good to taste for yourself everything you need to know. That worldly pleasures and wealth are not good things, I learned even as a child. I knew it for a long time, but only now have I experienced it. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
284:... let us recall the well-known statement of a university professor in the Republic of the Massagetes: &
285:You're quite right there, he said. I have practiced abstinence myself for years, and had my time of fasting, too, but now I find myself once more beneath the sign of Aquarius, a dark and humid constellation. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
286:To such men the desperate and horrible thought has come that perhaps the whole of human life is but a bad joke, a violent and ill-fated abortion of the primal mother, a savage and dismal catastophe of nature. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
287:Until 1914 I loved to travel; I often went to Italy and once spent a few months in India. Since then I have almost entirely abandoned travelling, and I have not been outside of Switzerland for over ten years. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
288:Despair is the result of each earnest attempt to go through life with virtue, justice and understanding, and to fulfill their requirements. Children live on one side of despair, the awakened on the other side. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
289:Every man is more than just himself; he also represents the unique, the very special and always significant and remarkable point at which the world's phenomena intersect, only once in this way, and never again. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
290:The only reality is the one we have inside us. What makes most people’s lives so artificial and unworthy is that they falsely regard outside images as reality and they never allow their own inner world to speak. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
291:His way had therefore come full circle, or rather had taken the form of an ellipse or a spiral, following as ever no straight unbroken line, for the rectilinear belongs only to Geometry and not to Nature and Life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
292:I call that man awake who, with conscious knowledge and understanding, can perceive the deep unreasoning powers in his soul, his whole innermost strength, desire and weakness, and knows how to reckon with himself. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
293:And all the voices, all the goals, all the yearnings, all the sorrows, all the pleasures, all the good and evil, all of them together was the world. All of them together was the stream of events, the music of life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
294:Among the letters my readers write me, there is a certain category which is continuously growing, and which I see as a symptom of the increasing intellectualization of the relationship between readers and literature. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
295:For what I always hated and detested and cursed above all things was this contentment, this healthiness and comfort, this carefully preserved optimism of the middle classes, this fat and prosperous brood of mediocrity. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
296:Each man carries the vestiges of his birth; the slime and eggshells of his primeval past with him to the end of his days. Some never become human, remaining frog, lizard, ant. Some are human above the waist, fish below. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
297:I was given the freedom to discover my own inclination and talents, to fashion my inmost pleasures and sorrows myself and to regard the future not as an alien higher power but as the hope and product of my own strength. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
298:Passion is always a mystery and unaccountable, and unfortunately there is no doubt that life does not spare its purest children; often it is just the most deserving people who cannot help loving those that destroy them. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
299:It was still quiet in the house, and not a sound was heard from outside, either. Were it not for this silence, my reverie would probably have been disrupted by reminders of daily duties, of getting up and going to school. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
300:And whether this happiness lasted a hundred seconds or ten minutes, it was so far removed from time that it resembled every other genuine happiness as completely as one fluttering blue lycaenid butterfly resembles another. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
301:Trees are sanctuaries. Whoever knows how to speak to them, whoever knows how to listen to them, can learn the truth. They do not preach learning and precepts, they preach, undeterred by particulars, the ancient law of life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
302:Solitude is independence. It had been my wish and with the years I had attained it. It was cold. Oh, cold enough! But it was also still, wonderfully still and vast like the cold stillness of space in which the stars revolve. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
303:You knew all along that your sanctioned world was only half the world, and you tried to suppress the other half the same way the priests and teachers do. You won't succeed. No one succeeds in this once he has begun to think. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
304:It was all a lie, it all stank, stank of lies, it all gave the illusion of meaning and happiness and beauty, and all of it was just putrefaction that no one would admit to. Bitter was the taste of the world. Life was a torment. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
305:You treat world history as a mathematician does mathematics, in which nothing but laws and formulas exist, no reality, no good and evil, no time, no yesterday, no tomorrow, nothing but an eternal, shallow, mathematical present. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
306:Like one who has eaten and drunk too much and vomits painfully and then feels better, so did the restless man wish he could rid himself with one terrific heave of these pleasures, of these habits of this entirely senseless life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
307:Seeking means: to have a goal; but finding means: to be free, to be receptive, to have no goal. You, O worthy one, are perhaps indeed a seeker, for in striving towards your goal, you do not see many things that are under your nose. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
308:The river has taught me to listen; you will learn from it, too. The river knows everything; one can learn everything from it. You have already learned from the river that it is good to strive downwards, to sink, to seek the depths. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
309:A wild longing for strong emotions and sensations seethes in me, a rage against this toneless, flat, normal and sterile life. I have a mad impulse to smash something, a warehouse perhaps, or a cathedral, or myself, to committ outrages. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
310:I, also, would like to look and smile, sit and walk like that, so free, so worthy, so restrained, so candid, so childlike and mysterious. A man only looks and walks like that when he has conquered his Self. I also will conquer my Self. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
311:Every sin already carries grace within in, all small children are potential old men, all sucklings have death within them, all dying people - eternal life. The Buddha exists in the robber and dice player; the robber exists in the Brahmin. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
312:Gaze into the fire, into the clouds, and as soon as the inner voices begin to speak... surrender to them. Don't ask first whether it's permitted, or would please your teachers or father or some god. You will ruin yourself if you do that. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
313:... and gradually his face assumed the expressions which are so often found among rich people - the expressions of discontent, of sickliness, of displeasure, of idleness, of lovelessness. Slowly the soul sickness of the rich crept over him. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
314:The greatest threat to our world and its peace comes from those who want war, who prepare for it, and who, by holding out vague promises of future peace or by instilling fear of foreign aggression, try to make us accomplices to their plans. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
315:Was it not his Self, his small, fearful and proud Self, with which he had wrestled for so many years, but which had always conquered him again, which appeared each time again and again, which robbed him of happiness and filled him with fear? ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
316:Most people... are like a falling leaf that drifts and turns in the air, flutters, and falls to the ground. But a few others are like stars which travel one defined path: no wind reaches them, they have within themselves their guide and path. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
317:Siddhartha has one single goal-to become empty, to become empty of thirst, desire, dreams, pleasure and sorrow-to let the Self die. No longer to be Self, to experience the peace of an emptied heart, to experience pure thought-that was his goal. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
318:He was taught by the river. Incessantly, he learned from it. Most of all, he learned from it to listen, to pay close attention with a quiet heart, with a waiting, opened soul, without passion, without a wish, without judgement, without an opinion. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
319:I learned through my body and soul that it was necessary for me to sin, that I needed lust, that I had to strive for property and experience nausea and the depths of despair in order to learn not to resist them, in order to learn to love the world. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
320:Lovers should not separate from each other after making love without admiring each other, without being conquered as well as conquering, so that no feeling of satiation or desolation arises nor the horrid feeling of misusing or having been misused. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
321:We kill at every step, not only in wars, riots and executions. We kill when we close our eyes to poverty, suffering and shame.In the same way all disrespect for life, all hard-heartedness,all indifference, all contempt is nothing else than killing. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
322:We kill when we close our eyes to poverty, affliction, or infamy. We kill when, because it is easier, we countenance, or pretend to approve of atrophied social, political, educational, and religious institutions, instead of resolutely combating them. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
323:Truly, nothing in the world has so occupied my thoughts as this I, this riddle, the fact I am alive, that I am separated and isolated from all others, that I am Siddhartha! And about nothing in the world do I know less about than me, about Siddhartha! ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
324:Things are going downhill with you!' he said to himself, and laughed about it, and as he was saying it, he happened to glance at the river, and he also saw the river going downhill, always moving on downhill, and singing and being happy through it all. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
325:At the first kiss I felt something melt inside me that hurt in an exquisite way. All my longings, all my dreams and sweet anguish, all the secrets that slept deep within me came awake, everything was transformed and enchanted, and everything made sense. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
326:It is remarkable, all that men can swallow. For a good ten minutes I read a newspaper. I allowed the spirit of an irresponsible man who chews and munches another's words in his mouth, and gives them out again undigested, to enter into me through my eyes. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
327:You say yes to the sunlight and pure fantasies, so you have to say yes to the filth and the nausea. Everything is within you, gold and mud, happiness and pain, the laughter of childhood and the apprehension of death. Say yes to everything, shirk nothing. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
328:You know quite well, deep within you, that there is only a single magic, a single power, a single salvation... and that is called loving. Well, then, love your suffering. Do not resist it, do not flee from it. It is your aversion that hurts, nothing else. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
329:A tree says: My strength is trust.   I know nothing about my fathers, I know nothing about the thousand children that every year spring out of me.   I live out the secret of my seed to the very end, and I care for nothing else.   I trust that God is in me. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
330:For mountain and stream, tree and leaf, root and blossom, every form in nature is echoed in us and originates in the soul whose being is eternity and is hidden from us but none the less gives itself to us for the most part in the power of love and creation. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
331:It was morning; through the high window I saw the pure, bright blue of the sky as it hovered cheerfully over the long roofs of the neighboring houses. It too seemed full of joy, as if it had special plans, and had put on its finest clothes for the occasion. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
332:That's the way it is when you love. It makes you suffer, and I have suffered much in the years since. But it matters little that you suffer, so long as you feel alive with a sense of the close bond that connects all living things, so long as love does not die! ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
333:Thus Gotama [Buddha] walked toward the town to gather alms, and the two samanas recognized him solely by the perfection of his repose, by the calmness of his figure, in which there was no trace of seeking, desiring, imitating, or striving, only light and peace ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
334:You have no doubt guessed long since that the conquest of time and the escape from reality, or however else it may be that you choose to describe your longing, means simply the wish to be relieved of your so-called personality. That is the prison where you lie. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
335:All the books of the world full of thoughts and poems are nothing in comparison to a minute of sobbing, when feeling surges in waves, the soul feels itself profoundly and finds itself. Tears are the melting ice of snow. All angels are close to the crying person. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
336:You do not really love me — you love nobody. Is that not true? Maybe, said Siddhartha wearily. I am like you. You cannot love either, otherwise how could you practice love as an art? Perhaps people like us cannot love. Ordinary people can — that is their secret. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
337:You wouldn't consider all the bipeds you pass on the street human beings simply because they walk upright and carry their young in their bellies nine months! It is obvious how many of them are fish or sheep, worms or angels, how many are ants, how many are bees! ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
338:For the air of lonely men surrounded him now, a still atmosphere in which the world around him slipped away, leaving him incapable of relationship, an atmosphere against which neither will nor longing availed. This was one of the significant earmarks of his life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
339:What we can and should change is ourselves: our impatience, our egoism (including intellectual egoism), our sense of injury, our lack of love and forbearance. I regard every other attempt to change the world, even if it springs from the best intentions, as futile. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
340:Man's life seems to me like a long, weary night that would be intolerable if there were not occasionally flashes of light, the sudden brightness of which is so comforting and wonderful, that the moments of their appearance cancel out and justify the years of darkness. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
341:A girl had bidden me eat and drink and sleep, and had shown me friendship and had laughed at me and had called me a silly little boy. And this wonderful friend had talked to me of the saints and shown me that even when I had outdone myself in absurdity I was not alone. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
342:So wie die Verruecktheit in einem hoeheren Sinn, der Anfang aller Weisheit ist, so ist die Schizophrenie der Anfang aller Kunst, aller Phantasie. (As insanity in a higher sense, is the beginning of all wisdom, so is schizophrenia the beginning of all art, all fantasy.) ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
343:The world is not imperfect or slowly evolving along a long path to perfection. No, it is perfect at every moment; every sin already carries grace within it, all small children are potential old men, all sucklings have death within them, all dying people — eternal life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
344:Each man's life represents a road toward himself, an attempt at such a road, the intimation of a path... But each of us - experiments of the depths - strives toward his own destiny. We can understand one another; but each of us is able to interpret himself to himself alone. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
345:That is why we were drawn to one another and why we are brother and sister. I am going to teach you to dance and play and smile, and still not be happy. And you are going to teach me to think and to know and yet not be happy. Do you know that we are both children of the Devil? ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
346:People with courage and character always seem sinister to the rest. It was a scandal that a breed of fearless and sinister people ran around freely, so they attached a nickname and a myth to these people to get even with them, to make up for the many times they had felt afraid. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
347:One of the disadwantages of school and learning, he thought dreamily, was that the mind seemed to have the tendency too see and represent all things as though they were flat and had only two dimensions. This, somehow, seemed to render all matters of intellect shallow and worthless. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
348:I suddenly saw how sad and artificial my life had been during this period, for the loves, friends, habits and pleasures of these years were discarded like badly fitting clothes. I parted from them without pain and all that remained was to wonder that I could have endured them so long. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
349:When we are stricken and cannot bear our lives any longer, then a tree has something to say to us: Be still! Be still! Look at me! Life is not easy, life is not difficult. Those are childish thoughts. . . . Home is neither here nor there. Home is within you, or home is nowhere at all. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
350:Once it happened, as I lay awake at night, that I suddenly spoke in verses, in verses so beautiful and strange that I did not venture to think of writing them down, and then in the morning they vanished; and yet they lay hidden within me like the hard kernel within an old brittle husk. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
351:It may be important to great thinkers to examine the world, to explain and despise it. But I think it is only important to love the world, not to despise it, not for us to hate each other, but to be able to regard the world and ourselves and all beings with love, admiration and respect. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
352:He had thought more than other men, and in matters of the intellect he had that calm objectivity, that certainty of thought and knowledge, such as only really intellectual men have, who have no axe to grind, who never wish to shine, or to talk others down, or to appear always in the right. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
353:Let me say no more. Words do no justice to the hidden meaning. Everything immediately becomes slightly different when it is expressed in words, a little bit distorted, a little foolish... It is perfectly fine with me that what for one man is precious wisdom for another sounds like foolery. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
354:All the women of this fevered night, all that I had danced with, all whom I had kindled or who have kindled me, all whom I had courted, all who had clung to me with longing, all whom I had followed with enraptured eyes were melted together and had become one, the one whom I held in my arms. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
355:I shall no longer be instructed by the Yoga Veda or the Aharva Veda, or the ascetics, or any other doctrine whatsoever. I shall learn from myself, be a pupil of myself; I shall get to know myself, the mystery of Siddhartha. He looked around as if he were seeing the world for the first time. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
356:Nothing is harder, yet nothing is more necessary, than to speak of certain things whose existence is neither demonstrable nor probable. The very fact that serious and conscientious men treat them as existing things brings them a step closer to existence and to the possibility of being born. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
357:He saw all these forms and faces in a thousand relationships become newly born. Each one was mortal, a passionate, painful example of all that is transitory. Yet none of them died, they only changed, were always reborn, continually had a new face: only time stood between one face and another. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
358:All suicides have the responsibility of fighting against the temptation of suicide. Every one of them knows very well in some corner of his soul that suicide, though a way out, is rather a mean and shabby one, and that it is nobler and finer to be conquered by life than to fall by one's own hand. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
359:The world, Govinda my friend, is not imperfect, not to be seen as on a slow path toward perfection: No, it is perfect in every moment, all transgression already bears grace within itself, all little children already have the aged in themselves, all the sucklings death, all the dying eternal life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
360:But of all the water's secrets, he saw today only a single one-one that struck his soul. He saw that this water flowed and flowed, it was constantly flowing, and yet it was always there; it was always eternally the same and yet new at every moment! Oh, to be able to grasp this, to understand this! ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
361:I have had to experience so much stupidity, so many vices, so much error, so much nausea, disillusionment and sorrow, just in order to become a child again and begin anew. I had to experience despair, I had to sink to the greatest mental depths, to thoughts of suicide, in order to experience grace. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
362:He saw mankind going through life in a childlike manner... which he loved but also despised... . He saw them toiling, saw them suffering, and becoming gray for the sake of things which seemed to him to be entirely unworthy of this price, for money, for little pleasures, for being slightly honoured. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
363:When we have learned how to listen to trees, then the brevity and the quickness and the childlike hastiness of our thoughts achieve an incomparable joy. Whoever has learned how to listen to trees no longer wants to be a tree. He wants to be nothing except what he is. That is home. That is happiness. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
364:All birth means separation from the All, the confinement within limitation, the separation from God, the pangs of being born ever anew. The return into the All, the dissolution of painful individuation, the reunion with God means the expansion of the soul until it is able once more to embrace the All. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
365:Young people have many pleasures and many sorrows, because they only have themselves to think of, so every wish and every notion assume importance; every pleasure is tasted to the full, but also every sorrow, and many who find that their wishes cannot be fulfilled, immediately put an end to their lives. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
366:A soul that is ruined in the bud will frequently return to the springtime of its beginning and its promise-filled childhood, as though it could discover new hopes there and retie the broken threads of life. The shoots grow rapidly and eagerly, but it is only a sham life that will never be a genuine tree. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
367:For a while I shall still be leaving, looking back at you as you slip away into the magic islands of the mind. But for a while now all are alive, believing that in a single poignant hour we did say all that we could ever say in a great flowing out of radiant power. It was like seeing and then going blind. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
368:There is truth, my boy. But the doctrine you desire, absolute, perfect dogma that alone provides wisdom, does not exist. Nor should you long for a perfect doctrine, my friend. Rather, you should long for the perfection of yourself. The deity is within you, not in ideas and books. Truth is lived, not taught. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
369:Therefore, I see whatever exists as good, death is to me like life, sin like holiness, wisdom like foolishness, everything has to be as it is, everything only requires my consent, only my willingness, my loving agreement, to be good for me, to do nothing but work for my benefit, to be unable to ever harm me. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
370:Whether it is good or evil, whether life in itself is pain or pleasure, whether it is uncertain-that it may perhaps be this is not important-but the unity of the world, the coherence of all events, the embracing of the big and the small from the same stream, from the same law of cause, of becoming and dying. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
371:And what is called history at school, and all we learn by heart there about heroes and geniuses and great deeds and fine emotions, is all nothing but a swindle invented by the schoolmasters for educational reasons to keep children occupied for a given number of years. It has always been so and always will be. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
372:Here and there in the ancient literature we encounter legends of wise and mysterious games that were conceived and played by scholars, monks, or the courtiers of cultured princes. These might take the form of chess games in which the pieces and squares had secret meanings in addition to their usual functions. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
373:People know, or dimly feel, that if thinking is not kept pure and keen, and if respect for the world of mind is no longer operative, ships and automobiles will soon cease to run right, the engineer's slide rule and the computations of banks and stock exchanges will forfeit validity and authority, and chaos will ensue. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
374:There is, so I believe, in the essence of everything, something that we cannot call learning. There is, my friend, only a knowledge-that is everywhere, that is Atman, that is in me and you and in every creature, and I am beginning to believe that this knowledge has no worse enemy than the man of knowledge, than learning. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
375:No, a true seeker, one who truly wished to find, could accept no doctrine. But the man who has found what he sought, such a man could approve of every doctrine, each and every one, every path, every goal; nothing separated him any longer from all those thousands of others who lived in the eternal, who breathed the Divine. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
376:Slowly blossomed, slowly ripened in Siddhartha the realisation, the knowledge, what wisdom actually was, what the goal of his long search was. It was nothing but a readiness of the soul, an ability, a secret art, to think every moment, while living his life, the thought of oneness, to be able to feel and inhale the oneness. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
377:The bourgeois treasures nothing more highly than the self... . And so at the cost of intensity he achieves his own preservation andsecurity. His harvest is a quiet mind which he prefers to being possessed by God, as he prefers comfort to pleasure, convenience to liberty, and a pleasant temperature to that deathly inner consuming fire. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
378:The diabolical thing about melancholy is not that it makes you ill but that it makes you conceited and shortsighted; yes almost arrogant. You lapse into bad taste, thinking of yourself as Heine's Atlas, whose shoulders support all the world's puzzles and agonies, as if thousands, lost in the same maze, did not endure the same agonies. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
379:Every age, every culture, every custom and tradition has its own character, its own weakness and its own strength, its beauties and cruelties; it accepts certain sufferings as matters of course, puts up patiently with certain evils. Human life is reduced to real suffering, to hell, only when two ages, two cultures and religions overlap ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
380:For me, trees have always been the most penetrating preachers. I revere them when they live in tribes and families, in forests and groves. And even more I revere them when they stand alone. They are like lonely persons. Not like hermits who have stolen away out of some weakness, but like great, solitary men, like Beethoven and Nietzsche. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
381:What is meditation?... It is fleeing from the self, it is a short escape of the agony of being a self, it is a short numbing of the senses against the pain and the pointlessness of life. The same escape, the same short numbing is what the driver of an ox-cart finds in the inn, drinking a few bowls of rice wine or fermented coconut-milk. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
382:The human attitude of which classical music is the expression is always the same; it is always based on the same kind of insight into life and strives for the same kind of victory over blind change. Classical music as gesture signifies knowledge of the tragedy of the human condition, affirmation of human destiny, courage, cheerful serenity. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
383:Oh, if I had had a friend at this moment, a friend in an attic room, dreaming by candlelight and with a violin lying ready at his hand! How I should have slipped up to him in his quiet hour, noiselessly climbing the winding stair to take him by surprise, and then with talk and music we should have held heavenly festival throughout the night! ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
384:When a writer receives praise or blame, when he arouses sympathy or is ridiculed, when he is loved or rejected, it is not on the strength of his thoughts and dreams as a whole, but only of that infinitesimal part which has been able to make its way through the narrow channel of language and the equally narrow channel of the reader's understanding. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
385:... Haller's sickness of the soul, as I now know, is not the eccentricity of a single individual, but the sickness of the times themselves, the neurosis of that generation to which Haller belongs, a sickness, it seems, that by no means attacks the weak and worthless only but, rather, precisely those who are strongest in spirit and richest in gifts. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
386:The world was so beautiful when regarded like this, without searching, so simply, in such a childlike way. Moons and stas were beautiful, beautiful were bank and stream, forest and rocks, goat and gold-bug, flower and butterfly. So lovely, so delightful to go through the world this way, so like a child, awake, open to what is near, without distrust. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
387:Each man had only one genuine vocation - to find the way to himself... .His task was to discover his own destiny - not an arbitrary one - and to live it out wholly and resolutely within himself. Everything else was only a would-be existence, an attempt at evasion, a flight back to the ideals of the masses, conformity and fear of one's own inwardness. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
388:To hold our tongues when everyone is gossiping, to smile without hostility at people and institutions, to compensate for the shortage of love in the world with more love in small, private matters; to be more faithful in our work, to show greater patience, to forgo the cheap revenge obtainable from mockery and criticism: all these are things we can do. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
389:He had thrown himself away, he had lost interest in everything, and life, falling in with his feelings, had demanded nothing of him. He had lived as an outsider, an idler and onlooker, well liked in his young manhood, alone in his illness and advancing years. Seized with weariness, he sat down on the wall, and the river murmured darkly in his thoughts. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
390:Have you also learned that secret from the river; that there is no such thing as time? That the river is everywhere at the same time, at the source and at the mouth, at the waterfall, at the ferry, at the current, in the ocean and in the mountains, everywhere and that the present only exists for it, not the shadow of the past nor the shadow of the future. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
391:There was once a man, Harry, called the steppenwolf. He went on two legs, wore clothes and was a human being, but nevertheless he was in reality a wolf of the steppes. He had learned a good deal of all that people of a good intelligence can, and was a fairly clever fellow. What he had not learned, however, was this: to find contentment in himself and his own life. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
392:When someone seeks, said Siddhartha, then it easily happens that his eyes see only the thing that he seeks, and he is able to find nothing, to take in nothing because he always thinks only about the thing he is seeking, because he has one goal, because he is obsessed with his goal. Seeking means: having a goal. But finding means: being free, being open, having no goal. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
393:When a tree is cut down and reveals its naked death-wound to the sun, one can read its whole history in the luminous, inscribed disk of its trunk: in the rings of its years, its scars, all the struggle, all the suffering, all the sickness, all the happiness and prosperity stand truly written, the narrow years and the luxurious years, the attacks withstood, the storms endured. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
394:The old man slowly raised himself from the piano stool, fixed those cheerful blue eyes piercingly and at the same time with unimaginable friendliness upon him, and said: Making music together is the best way for two people to become friends. There is none easier. That is a fine thing. I hope you and I shall remain friends. Perhaps you too will learn how to make fugues, Joseph. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
395:When I have neither pleasure nor pain and have been breathing for a while the lukewarm insipid air of these so-called good and tolerable days, I feel so bad in my childish soul that I smash my rusty lyre of thanksgiving in the face of the slumbering god of contentment and would rather feel the most devilish pain burn in me than this warmth of a well-heated room. - Harry Haller ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
396:For even the most childish intoxication with progress will soon be forced to recognize that writing and books have a function that is eternal. It will become evident that formulations in words and the handling on of these formulations through writing are not only important aids but actually the only means by which humanity can have a history and continuing consciousness of itself. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
397:The judge who sits over the murderer and looks into his face, and at one moment recognizes all the emotions and potentialities and possibilities of the murderer in his own soul and hears the murderer's voice as his own, is at the next moment one and indivisible as the judge, and scuttles back into the shell of his cultivated self and does his duty and condemns the murderer to death. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
398:We fear death, we shudder at life's instability, we grieve to see the flowers wilt again and again, and the leaves fall, and in our hearts we know that we, too, are transitory and will soon disappear. When artists create pictures and thinkers search for laws and formulate thoughts, it is in order to salvage something from the great dance of death, to make something last longer than we do. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
399:But one thing this doctrine, so clean, so venerable, does not contain: it does nto contain the secret of what the Sublime One himself experienced, he alone among the hundreds of thousands. This is why I am continuing my wanderings not to seek another, better doctrine, because I know there is none, but to leave behind all the teachings and all teachers, and either attain my goal alone or die. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
400:No, I'm not religious, I'm sorry to say. But I was once and shall be again. There is no time now to be religious. No time. Does it need time to be religious? Oh, yes. To be religious you must have time and, even more, independence of time. You can't be religious in earnest and at the same time live in actual things and still take them seriously, time and money and the Odéon Bar and all that. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
401:As every flower fades and as all youth departs, so life at every stage, so every virtue, so our grasp of truth blooms in its day and may not last forever. Since life may summon us at every age, be ready, heart, for parting, new endeavour, be ready bravely and without remorse to find new light that old ties cannot give. In all beginnings dwells a magic force for guarding us and helping us to live. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
402:How absurd these words are, such as beast and beast of prey. One should not speak of animals in that way. They may be terrible sometimes, but they're much more right than men... They're never in any embarrassment. They always know what to do and how to behave themselves. They don't flatter and they don't intrude. They don't pretend. They are as they are, like stones or flowers or stars in the sky. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
403:A home isn't just a roof over our heads. A home is a place where we feel loved and where we love others. It's a place we belong. Love is what makes a home, not the contents inside the house or the number on the door. It's the people waiting for us across the threshold, the people who will take us in their arms after a ad day and kiss us good night and good morning everyday for the rest of our lives. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
404:All it has experienced, tasted, suffered: The course of years, generations of animals, Oppression, recovery, friendship of sun and - Wind Will pour forth each day in the song Of its rustling foliage, in the friendly Gesture of its gently swaying crown, In the delicate sweet scent of resinous Sap moistening the sleep-glued buds, And the eternal game of lights and Shadows it plays with itself, content. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
405:I have no right to call myself one who knows. I was one who seeks, and I still am, but I no longer seek in the stars or in books; I'm beginning to hear the teachings of my blood pulsing within me. My story isn't pleasant, it's not sweet and harmonious like the invented stories; it tastes of folly and bewilderment, of madness and dream, like the life of all people who no longer want to lie to themselves. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
406:Most men will not swim before they are able to.' Is not that witty? Naturally, they won't swim! They are born for the solid earth, not for the water. And naturally they won't think. They are made for life, not for thought. Yes, and he who thinks, what's more, he who makes thought his business, he may go far in it, but he has bartered the solid earth for the water all the same, and one day he will drown. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
407:She stood before him and surrendered herself to him and sky, forest, and brook all came toward him in new and resplendent colors, belonged to him, and spoke to him in his own language. And instead of merely winning a woman he embraced the entire world and every star in heaven glowed within him and sparkled with joy in his soul. He had loved and had found himself. But most people love to lose themselves. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
408:... As every one of us knows, there are some festivals and games in which everything goes right, and every element lifts up, animates, and exalts every other, just as there are theatrical and musical performances which without any clearly discernible cause seem to ascend miraculously to glorious climaxes and intensely felt experiences, whereas others, just as well prepared, remain no more than decent tries. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
409:Deeply, he felt the love for the run-away in his heart, like a wound, and he felt at the same time that this wound had not been given to him in order to turn the knife in it, that it had to become a blossom and had to shine. That this wound did not blossom yet, did not shine yet, at this hour, made him sad. Instead of the desired goal, which had drawn him here following the runaway son, there was now emptiness. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
410:He looked around, as if he was seeing the world for the first time. Beautiful was the world, colorful was the world, strange and mysterious was the world! Here was blue, here was yellow, here was green, the sky and the river flowed, the forest and the mountains were rigid, all of it was beautiful, all of it was mysterious and magical, and in its midst was he, Siddhartha, the awakening one, on the path to himself. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
411:If man has nothing to eat, fasting is the most intelligent thing he can do. If, for instance, Siddhartha had not learned to fast, he would have had to seek some kind of work today, either with you, or elsewhere, for hunger would have driven him. But as it is, Siddhartha can wait calmly. He is not impatient, he is not in need, he can ward off hunger for a long time and laugh at it. Therefore, fasting is useful, sir. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
412:We must become so alone, so utterly alone, that we withdraw into our innermost self. It is a way of bitter suffering. But then our solitude is overcome, we are no longer alone, for we find that our innermost self is the spirit, that it is God, the indivisible. And suddenly we find ourselves in the midst of the world, yet undisturbed by its multiplicity, for our innermost soul we know ourselves to be one with all being. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
413:I do not consider myself less ignorant than most people. I have been and still am a seeker, but I have ceased to question stars and books. I have begun to listen to the teachings my blood whispers to me. My story is not a pleasant one; it is neither sweet nor harmonious, as invented stories are; it has the taste of nonsense and chaos, of madness and dreams - like the lives of all men who stop deceiving themselves. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
414:With a secret smile, not unlike that of a healthy child,he walked along, peacefully, quietly. He wore his gown and walked along exactly like the other monks, but his face and his step, his peaceful downward glance, his peaceful downward-hanging hand, and every finger of his hand spoke of peace, spoke of completeness, sought nothing, imitated nothing, reflected a continuous quiet, an unfading light, an invulnerable peace. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
415:Man is not by any means of fixed and enduring form (this, in spite of suspicions to the contrary on the part of their wise men, was the ideal of the ancients). He is nothing else than the narrow and perilous bridge between nature and spirit. His innermost destiny drives him on to the spirit and to God. His innermost longing draws him back to nature, the mother. Between the two forces his life hangs tremulous and irresolute. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
416:I am a star in the firmament that observe the world, despises the world and consumed in its heat. I am the sea by night in a storm the sea shouting that accumulates new sins and to the ancient makes recompense. I am exiled from your world of pride polite, by pride defrauded, I am the king without crown. I am the passion without words without stones of the hearth, without weapons in the war, is my same force that make me sick ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
417:Man is an onion made up of a hundred integuments, a texture made up of many threads. The ancient Asiatics knew this well enough, and in the Buddhist Yoga an exact technique was devised for unmasking the illusion of the personality. The human merry-go-round sees many changes: the illusion that cost India the efforts of thousands of years to unmask is the same illusion that the West has labored just as hard to maintain and strengthen. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
418:... Every ego so far from being a unity is in the highest degree a manifold world, a constellated heaven, a chaos of forms, of states and stages, of inheritances and potentialities. It appears to be a necessity as imperative as eating and breathing for everyone to be forced to regard this chaos as a unity and to speak of his ego as though is was a one-fold and clearly detached and fixed phenomenon. Even the best of us shares this delusion. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
419:The many-voiced song of the river echoed softly. Siddhartha looked into the river and saw many pictures in the flowing water.  The river's voice was sorrowful.  It sang with yearning and sadness, flowing towards its goal ... Siddhartha was now listening intently... to this song of a thousand voices ... then the great song of a thousand voices consisted of one word: Om - Perfection ...   From that hour Siddhartha ceased to fight against his destiny. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
420:What a wonderful sleep it had been! Never had sleep so refreshed him, so renewed him, so rejuvenated him! Perhaps he had really died, perhaps he had been drowned and was reborn in another form. No, he recognized himself, he recognized his hands and feet, the place where he lay and the Self in his breast, Siddhartha, self-willed, individualistic. But this Siddhartha was somewhat changed, renewed. He had slept wonderfully. He was remarkably awake, happy and curious. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
421:I will not pretend to justify this espionage I carried on, and I will say openly that all these signs of a life full of intellectual curiosity, but thoroughly slovenly and disorderly at the same time, inspired me at first with aversion and mistrust. I am not only a middle-class man, living a regular life, fond of work and punctuality; I am also an abstainer and a nonsmoker, and these bottles in Haller's room pleased me even less than the rest of his artistic disorder. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
422:He lost his Self a thousand times and for days on end he dwelt in non-being. But although the paths took him away from Self, in the end they always led back to it. Although Siddhartha fled from the Self a thousand times, dwelt in nothing, dwelt in animal and stone, the return was inevitable; the hour was inevitable when he would again find himself in sunshine or in moonlight, in shadow or in rain, and was again Self and Siddhartha, again felt the torment of the onerous life cycle. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
423:So she thoroughly taught him that one cannot take pleasure without giving pleasure, and that every gesture, every caress, every touch, every glance, every last bit of the body has its secret, which brings happiness to the person who knows how to wake it. She taught him that after a celebration of love the lovers should not part without admiring each other, without being conquered or having conquered, so that neither is bleak or glutted or has the bad feeling of being used or misused. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
424:He saw merchants trading, princes hunting, mourners wailing for their dead, whores offering themselves, physicians trying to help the sick, priests determining the most suitable day for seeding, lovers loving, mothers nursing their children—and all of this was not worthy of one look from his eye, it all lied, it all stank, it all stank of lies, it all pretended to be meaningful and joyful and beautiful, and it all was just concealed putrefaction. The world tasted bitter. Life was torture ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
425:I realize that some people will not believe that a child of little more than ten years is capable of having such feelings. My story is not intended for them. I am telling it to those who have a better knowledge of man. The adult who has learned to translate a part of his feelings into thoughts notices the absence of these thoughts in a child, and therefore comes to believe that the child lacks these experiences, too. Yet rarely in my life have I felt and suffered as deeply as at that time. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
426:You should not take old people who are already dead seriously. It does them injustice. We immortals do not like things to be taken seriously. We like joking. Seriousness, young man, is an accident of time. It consists, I don't mind telling you in confidence, in putting too high a value on time. I, too, once put too high a value on time. For that reason I wished to be a hundred years old. In eternity, however, there is no time, you see. Eternity is a mere moment, just long enough for a joke. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
427:When someone is seeking, it happens quite easily that he only sees the thing that he is seeking; that he is unable to find anything, unable to absorb anything, because he is only thinking of the thing he is seeking, because he has a goal, because he is obsessed with his goal. Seeking means: to have a goal; but finding means: to be free, to be receptive, to have no goal. You, O worthy one, are perhaps indeed a seeker, for in striving towards your goal, you do not see many things that are under your nose. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
428:The reason why I do not know anything about myself, the reason why Siddhartha has remained alien and unknown to myself is due to one thing, to one single thing&
429:Rain Soft rain, summer rain Whispers from bushes, whispers from trees. Oh, how lovely and full of blessing To dream and be satisfied. I was so long in the outer brightness, I am not used to this upheaval: Being at home in my own soul, Never to be led elsewhere. I want nothing, I long for nothing, I hum gently the sounds of childhood, And I reach home astounded In the warm beauty of dreams. Heart, how torn you are, How blessed to plow down blindly, To think nothing, to know nothing, Only to breathe, only to feel. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
430:If a bell failed to ring, if a stove smoked, if a wheel on a machine stuck, you knew at once where to look and did so with alacrity; you found the defect and knew how to cure it. But the thing within you, the secret mainspring that alone gave meaning to life, the thing within us that alone is living, alone is capable of feeling pleasure and pain, of craving happiness and experiencing it- that was unknown. You knew nothing about that, nothing at all, and if the mainspring failed there was no cure. Wasn't it insane? ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
431:Every man is more than just himself; he also represents the unique, the very special and always significant and remarkable point at which the world's phenomena intersect, only once in this way, and never again. That is why every man's story is important, eternal, sacred; that is why every man, as long as he lives and fulfills the will of nature, is wondrous, and worthy of consideration. In each individual the spirit has become flesh, in each man the creation suffers, within each one a redeemer is nailed to the cross. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
432:I have transported many, thousands; and to all of them, my river has been nothing but an obstacle on their travels. They travelled to seek money and business, and for weddings, and on pilgrimages, and the river was obstructing their path, and the ferryman's job was to get them quickly across that obstacle. But for some among thousands, a few, four or five, the river has stopped being an obstacle, they have heard its voice, they have listened to it, and the river has become sacred to them, as it has become sacred to me. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
433:A game master or teacher who was primarily concerned with being close enough to the innermost meaning would be a very bad teacher. To be candid, I myself, for example, have never in my life said a word to my pupils about the meaning of music; if there is one it does not need my explanations. On the other hand I have always made a great point of having my pupils count their eighths and sixteenths nicely. Whatever you become, teacher, scholar, or musician, have respect for the meaning but do not imagine that it can be taught. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
434:What I am in search of is not so much the gratification of a curiosity or a passion for worldly life, but something far less conditional. I do not wish to go out into the world with an insurance policy in my pocket guaranteeing my return in the event of a disappointment, like some cautious traveller who would be content with a brief glimpse of the world. On the contrary, I desire that there should be hazards, difficulties and dangers to face; I am hungry for reality, for tasks and deeds, and also for privation and suffering. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
435:The realization that my problem was one that concerned all men, a problem of living and thinking, suddenly swept over me and I was overwhelmed by fear and respect as I suddenly saw and felt how deeply my own personal life and opinions were immersed in the eternal stream of great ideas. Though it offered some confirmation and gratification, the realization was not really a joyful one. It was hard and had a harsh taste because it implied responsibility and no longer being allowed to be a child; it meant standing on one’s own feet. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
436:If I were poet now, I would not resist the temptation to trace my life back through the delicate shadows of my childhood to the precious and sheltered sources of my earliest memories. But these possessions are far too dear and sacred for the person I now am to spoil for myself. All there is to say of my childhood is that it was good and happy. I was given the freedom to discover my own inclinations and talents, to fashion my inmost pleasures and sorrows myself and to regard the future not as an alien higher power but as the hope and product of my own strength. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
437:Toward seven o'clock every morning, I leave my study and step Out on the bright terrace; the sun already burns resplendent Between the shadows of the fig tree, makes the low wall of coarse Granite warm to the touch. Here my tools lie ready and waiting, Each one an intimate, an ally: the round basket for weeds: The zappetta, the small hoe with a short haft . . . There's a rake here as well, at at times a mattock and spade, Or two watering cans filled with water warmed by the sun. With my basket and small hoe in hand, facing the sun, I Go out for my morning walk. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
438:Man designs for himself a garden with a hundred kinds of trees, a thousand kinds of flowers, a hundred kinds of fruit and vegetables. Suppose, then, that the gardener of this garden knew no other distinction between edible and inedible, nine-tenths of this garden would be useless to him. He would pull up the most enchanting flowers and hew down the noblest trees and even regard them with a loathing and envious eye. This is what the Steppenwolf does with the thousand flowers of his soul. What does not stand classified as either man or wolf he does not see at all. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
439:And some day there will be nothing left of everything that has twisted my life and grieved it and filled me so often with such anguish. Some day, with the last exhaustion, peace will come and the motherly earth will gather me back home. It won't be the end of things, only a way of being born again, a bathing and a slumbering where the old and the withered sink down, where the young and new begin to breathe. Then, with other thoughts, I will walk along streets like these, and listen to streams, and overhear what the sky says in the evening, over and over and over. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
440:There were now and then, though rarely, the hours that brought the welcome shock, pulled down the walls and brought me back again from my wanderings to the living heart of the world. Sadly and yet deeply moved, I set myself to recall the last of these experiences. It was at a concert of lovely old music. After two of three notes of the piano the door was opened of a sudden to the other world. I sped through heaven and saw God at work. I suffered holy pains. I dropped all my defenses and was afraid of nothing in the world. I accepted all things and to all things I gave up my heart. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
441:Everything that is thought and expressed in words is one-sided, only half the truth; it all lacks totality, completeness, unity. When the Illustrious Buddha taught about the world, he had to divide it into Samsara and Nirvana, illusion and truth, into suffering and salvation. One cannot do otherwise, there is no other method for those who teach. But the world itself, being in and around us, is never one-sided. Never is a man or a deed wholly Samsara or wholly Nirvana; never is a man wholly a saint or a sinner. This only seems so because we suffer the illusion that time is something real. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove
442:If a night-moth were to concentrate its will on flying to a star or some equally unattainable object, it wouldn't succeed. Only, it wouldn't even try in the first place. A moth confines its search to what has sense and value for it, what it needs, what is indispensable to its life... if I imagined that I wanted under all circumstances to get to the North Pole, then to achieve it I would have to desire it strongly enough that my whole being was ruled by it. But if I were to decide to will that the pastor should stop wearing his glasses, it would be useless. That would be making a game of it. ~ hermann-hesse, @wisdomtrove

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1:Enough! Or too much. ~ Hermann Hesse,
2:Did all this make sense? ~ Hermann Hesse,
3:The river is everywhere. ~ Hermann Hesse,
4:Solitude is independence. ~ Hermann Hesse,
5:Anyone who has hope is happy ~ Hermann Hesse,
6:Be aware of too much wisdom! ~ Hermann Hesse,
7:La eternidad es un instante. ~ Hermann Hesse,
8:Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse, ~ Robin S Sharma,
9:Your soul is the whole world. ~ Hermann Hesse,
10:In the beginning was the myth. ~ Hermann Hesse,
11:Love is stronger than violence. ~ Hermann Hesse,
12:[make] Sundays out of weekdays. ~ Hermann Hesse,
13:The truth is lived, not taught. ~ Hermann Hesse,
14:Wer lieben kann, ist glusklick. ~ Hermann Hesse,
15:Happiness is love, nothing else. ~ Hermann Hesse,
16:The tree does not die, it waits. ~ Hermann Hesse,
17:Without a mother you cannot die. ~ Hermann Hesse,
18:Om is the bow, the arrow is soul, ~ Hermann Hesse,
19:Om is the bow, the arrow is soul. ~ Hermann Hesse,
20:Is not every life, every work fine? ~ Hermann Hesse,
21:Rece ca aştrii râdem etern în înalt ~ Hermann Hesse,
22:I can think. I can wait. I can fast. ~ Hermann Hesse,
23:I can Learn, I can Wait, I can Fast... ~ Hermann Hesse,
24:I paint because I have no tail to wag. ~ Hermann Hesse,
25:daemon and mother, destiny and beloved. ~ Hermann Hesse,
26:Every life has its radiance and beauty. ~ Hermann Hesse,
27:Todos quitan, todos dan: esa es la vida ~ Hermann Hesse,
28:Bir şeyi sevebilmek - ne büyük kurtuluş! ~ Hermann Hesse,
29:Faith is stronger than so-called reason. ~ Hermann Hesse,
30:Jis tavim gėrėsis, išmoks tave mintinai. ~ Hermann Hesse,
31:Oh, don't make a song of your sufferings ~ Hermann Hesse,
32:passacaglia by the old master Buxtehude. ~ Hermann Hesse,
33:The ideas we really live have any value. ~ Hermann Hesse,
34:desires are not killed by fulfilling them ~ Hermann Hesse,
35:Faith is stronger than so-called reality. ~ Hermann Hesse,
36:There is a miracle in every new beginning ~ Hermann Hesse,
37:They were … neither beautiful nor ugly[.] ~ Hermann Hesse,
38:Every experience has its element of magic. ~ Hermann Hesse,
39:genius in love is the yearning to handover ~ Hermann Hesse,
40:Io so pensare. So aspettare. So digiunare. ~ Hermann Hesse,
41:Knowledge can communicated but not wisdom. ~ Hermann Hesse,
42:Never is a man wholly a saint or a sinner. ~ Hermann Hesse,
43:Words can not express the joy of new life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
44:Charm me. Furiously. Torment me. In detail. ~ Hermann Hesse,
45:Friendship is identification and difference ~ Hermann Hesse,
46:Siddhartha; Aquel que alcanzo sus objetivos ~ Hermann Hesse,
47:Vienatvė - tai nepriklausomybė, <...> ~ Hermann Hesse,
48:In every truth the opposite is equally true. ~ Hermann Hesse,
49:In my brain were stored a thousand pictures. ~ Hermann Hesse,
50:The opposite of every truth is just as true. ~ Hermann Hesse,
51:Too much thinking was still not good for me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
52:As a body everyone is single, as a soul never ~ Hermann Hesse,
53:Everyone takes, everyone gives, such is life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
54:I am not going anywhere. I am only on my way. ~ Hermann Hesse,
55:If I know what love is, it is because of you. ~ Hermann Hesse,
56:Ölümlü nesneler, hızlı bir değişim içindedir. ~ Hermann Hesse,
57:Only the weak are put on paths without peril. ~ Hermann Hesse,
58:Quem quiser nascer tem que destruir um mundo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
59:The art of love-giving and taking become one. ~ Hermann Hesse,
60:With a thousand eyes, the river looked at him ~ Hermann Hesse,
61:As a body everyone is single, as a soul never. ~ Hermann Hesse,
62:For every truth, the opposite is equally true! ~ Hermann Hesse,
63:... ir jo balsas pasidarė duslus nuo švelnumo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
64:Knowledge can be communicated, but not wisdom. ~ Hermann Hesse,
65:Mirtis kvepėjo lietaus lašais pakelės lapuose. ~ Hermann Hesse,
66:Nur das Denken, das wir leben, hat einen Wert. ~ Hermann Hesse,
67:seriousness, young man, is an accident of time ~ Hermann Hesse,
68:Somente as idéias que vivemos é que têm valor. ~ Hermann Hesse,
69:These people are rare who knows how to listen. ~ Hermann Hesse,
70:Abraxas was the god who was both god and devil. ~ Hermann Hesse,
71:As a body, everyone is single, as a soul never. ~ Hermann Hesse,
72:El que quiere nacer, tiene que romper un mundo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
73:I still believed firmly in chance at that time. ~ Hermann Hesse,
74:I will not make a gift of myself, I must be won ~ Hermann Hesse,
75:Kūnu kiekvienas žmogus vientisas, o siela - ne. ~ Hermann Hesse,
76:Let every reader do as his conscience bids him. ~ Hermann Hesse,
77:Let us enjoy this fruit and await further ones, ~ Hermann Hesse,
78:Most men will not swim before they are able to. ~ Hermann Hesse,
79:We are created and resurrected with our dreams. ~ Hermann Hesse,
80:Als Körper ist jeder Mensch eins, als Selle nie. ~ Hermann Hesse,
81:Božansko je u tebi, a ne u pojmovima i knjigama. ~ Hermann Hesse,
82:Era linistitor sa stiu ca seara nu voi mai trai. ~ Hermann Hesse,
83:Intensiv leben kann man nur auf Kosten des Ichs. ~ Hermann Hesse,
84:It isn't down in any map; true places never are. ~ Hermann Hesse,
85:What isn't part of ourselves doesn't disturb us. ~ Hermann Hesse,
86:Each man's life represents a road toward himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
87:I had to become a fool to find Atman in me again. ~ Hermann Hesse,
88:Lacrimile sunt gheaţa sufletului care se topeşte. ~ Hermann Hesse,
89:People like best what is hard for them to obtain. ~ Hermann Hesse,
90:Sí, con todo, sé lo que es el amor, lo sé por ti. ~ Hermann Hesse,
91:Cine vrea să fie născut trebuie să distrugă o lume ~ Hermann Hesse,
92:Mozart is waiting for me. Pablo is waiting for me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
93:Only the ideas that we really live have any value. ~ Hermann Hesse,
94:Only the thoughts that we live out have any value. ~ Hermann Hesse,
95:The morality of artists is replaced by aesthetics. ~ Hermann Hesse,
96:a person is never entirely holy or entirely sinful. ~ Hermann Hesse,
97:eternally revolving wheel of avidity and suffering; ~ Hermann Hesse,
98:I meditated upon it and found myself to be a riddle ~ Hermann Hesse,
99:Love of God is not always the same as love of good. ~ Hermann Hesse,
100:A mere nothing suffices — and the lightning strikes. ~ Hermann Hesse,
101:Fire worship wasn't the dumbest thing ever invented. ~ Hermann Hesse,
102:I do not want to kill and dissect myself any longer, ~ Hermann Hesse,
103:Suffering was life, full of suffering was the world. ~ Hermann Hesse,
104:The cup was emptied and would never be filled again. ~ Hermann Hesse,
105:You are willing to die, you coward, but not to live. ~ Hermann Hesse,
106:You must find your dream, then the way becomes easy. ~ Hermann Hesse,
107:Water wants to join water. Youth wants to join youth. ~ Hermann Hesse,
108:[N]ature could not care less what we think about it[.] ~ Hermann Hesse,
109:Niente è più odioso dei confini, niente è più stupido. ~ Hermann Hesse,
110:Only the ideas that we actually live are of any value. ~ Hermann Hesse,
111:Sólo el tiempo separa al hombre de todo lo que anhela. ~ Hermann Hesse,
112:You have done so by your own seeking, in your own way. ~ Hermann Hesse,
113:You have to try the impossible to achieve the possible ~ Hermann Hesse,
114:All of this had always existed, and he had not seen it; ~ Hermann Hesse,
115:Eternity is a mere moment, just long enough for a joke. ~ Hermann Hesse,
116:People who don’t run after the herd are rare everywhere ~ Hermann Hesse,
117:That life is difficult, I have often bitterly realized. ~ Hermann Hesse,
118:There is no reality except the one contained within us. ~ Hermann Hesse,
119:You can ride, you can travel with a friend of your own; ~ Hermann Hesse,
120:Happiness is a how, not a what. A talent, not an object. ~ Hermann Hesse,
121:Happiness is a how; not a what. A talent, not an object. ~ Hermann Hesse,
122:I cannot tell my story without reaching a long way back. ~ Hermann Hesse,
123:I don’t want to make a gift of myself, I want to be won. ~ Hermann Hesse,
124:I’ve always derived nothing but suffering from morality. ~ Hermann Hesse,
125:Observa bien a un hombre y sabras de él más que él mismo ~ Hermann Hesse,
126:Yo no puedo darle nada que no exista ya dentro de usted. ~ Hermann Hesse,
127:Fate and character are different names for the same idea. ~ Hermann Hesse,
128:. . . nobody will obtain salvation by means of teachings! ~ Hermann Hesse,
129:Observa bien a un hombre y sabrás de él más que él mismo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
130:"We are a wave that flows to fit whatever form it finds." ~ Hermann Hesse,
131:We create gods and struggle with them, and they bless us. ~ Hermann Hesse,
132:A person is afraid only when he isn’t at one with himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
133:Art is the contemplation of the world in a state of grace. ~ Hermann Hesse,
134:But I am so voluntarily, and therefore I am not destitute. ~ Hermann Hesse,
135:Creamos dioses y luchamos con ellos; y ellos nos bendicen. ~ Hermann Hesse,
136:Learn what is to be taken seriously and laugh at the rest. ~ Hermann Hesse,
137:madness, in a higher sense, is the beginning of all wisdom ~ Hermann Hesse,
138:Nada fue, ni será; todo es, todo tiene esencia y presente. ~ Hermann Hesse,
139:Njen miris, čitavo njeno biće bili su u znaku leta i ruža. ~ Hermann Hesse,
140:The world was beautiful when one just looked at it without ~ Hermann Hesse,
141:When the suffering becomes acute enough, one goes forward. ~ Hermann Hesse,
142:The true profession of a man is to find his way to himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
143:The truth has a million faces, but there is only one truth. ~ Hermann Hesse,
144:The voices of all creatures are in the voices of the river. ~ Hermann Hesse,
145:This too I have learned from the river: Everything returns! ~ Hermann Hesse,
146:Bilinmesi gereken şeyleri insanın kendisinin tatması iyidir. ~ Hermann Hesse,
147:content with small pleasures and yet never really satisfied! ~ Hermann Hesse,
148:Everyone can reach his goal, if he can think, wait and fast. ~ Hermann Hesse,
149:I'm going nowhere. I'm just travelling. I'm on a pilgrimage. ~ Hermann Hesse,
150:You are only afraid if you are not in harmony with yourself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
151:Go now and kiss your mother, tell her where you are going to. ~ Hermann Hesse,
152:Good that you ask. You should always ask, always have doubts. ~ Hermann Hesse,
153:La moral no me ha procurado nunca nada que no fuera doloroso. ~ Hermann Hesse,
154:Mit Kummer, und doch auch mit Lachen, gedachte er jener Zeit. ~ Hermann Hesse,
155:Patria non è qua o là. Patria è dentro te, o in nessun luogo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
156:Pripremi se na borbu, Josefe Knechte, već vidim da je počela. ~ Hermann Hesse,
157:wieviel Gramm Pulver man braucht, um einen Menschen zu töten, ~ Hermann Hesse,
158:But we'll never again be so young … Or don't you like dancing? ~ Hermann Hesse,
159:devoted to small details exalts us and increases our strength. ~ Hermann Hesse,
160:Es wird immer gleich ein wenig anders, wenn man es ausspricht. ~ Hermann Hesse,
161:For me, trees have always been the most penetrating preachers. ~ Hermann Hesse,
162:Las palabras son nocivas para el sentido secreto de las cosas. ~ Hermann Hesse,
163:O verdadeiro ofício de cada um era apenas chegar até si mesmo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
164:All higher humor begins with ceasing to take oneself seriously. ~ Hermann Hesse,
165:Good that you ask -- you should always ask, always have doubts. ~ Hermann Hesse,
166:Her gaze spelled fulfillment, her welcome signified homecoming. ~ Hermann Hesse,
167:You're free this evening, Barbele. You just don't want to come. ~ Hermann Hesse,
168:I have begun to listen to the teachings my blood whispers to me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
169:Man muss das Unmögliche versuchen, um das Mögliche zu erreichen. ~ Hermann Hesse,
170:how easy human frailties could thrive under the cover of idealism ~ Hermann Hesse,
171:Nothing was, nothing will be, everything has reality and presence ~ Hermann Hesse,
172:The wheel of physical manifestations is turning quickly, Govinda. ~ Hermann Hesse,
173:A man’s fate and his character are two names for the same concept. ~ Hermann Hesse,
174:Each man had only one genuine vocation to find the way to himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
175:Nothing was, nothing will be, everything has reality and presence. ~ Hermann Hesse,
176:Now true humor begins when a man ceases to take himself seriously. ~ Hermann Hesse,
177:Only within yourself exists that other reality for which you long. ~ Hermann Hesse,
178:This are things, and things can be loved. But I cannot love words. ~ Hermann Hesse,
179:and the town was rid of one more pensioner, which no one regretted. ~ Hermann Hesse,
180:El verdadero oficio de cada uno era tan sólo llegar hasta sí mismo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
181:People with courage and character always seem sinister to the rest. ~ Hermann Hesse,
182:Were not the gods forms created like me and you, mortal, transient? ~ Hermann Hesse,
183:What are reason and sobriety without the knowledge of intoxication? ~ Hermann Hesse,
184:Every day I did something wrong, and in the end I began to enjoy it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
185:People with courage and character always seem weird to other people. ~ Hermann Hesse,
186:this wonderful passage through the woods had to be painted with love ~ Hermann Hesse,
187:Without a mother, one cannot love. Without a mother, one cannot die. ~ Hermann Hesse,
188:If a man has nothing to eat, fasting is the smartest thing he can do. ~ Hermann Hesse,
189:In eternity there is no time, only an instant long enough for a joke. ~ Hermann Hesse,
190:It's good to realize there is someone within us who knows everything. ~ Hermann Hesse,
191:Many people have to change a great deal and wear all sorts of clothes ~ Hermann Hesse,
192:Quien no lleva dentro un lobo no tiene por eso que ser feliz tampoco. ~ Hermann Hesse,
193:The world, as it is now, wants to die, wants to perish — and it will. ~ Hermann Hesse,
194:Die meisten Menschen wollen nicht eher schwimmen als bis sie es können ~ Hermann Hesse,
195:Es bueno –pensó– probar personalmente todo lo que hace falta aprender. ~ Hermann Hesse,
196:Those who love nothing and hate nothing in the world, have no fetters. ~ Hermann Hesse,
197:Whenever he is hungry and opens his bag, there are only pearls inside. ~ Hermann Hesse,
198:When two cultures collide is the only time when true suffering exists. ~ Hermann Hesse,
199:Everything becomes a little different as soon as it is spoken out loud. ~ Hermann Hesse,
200:gentleness is stronger than severity, that water is stronger than rock, ~ Hermann Hesse,
201:Happiness is love, nothing else. A man who is capable of love is happy. ~ Hermann Hesse,
202:Loneliness is the wa by which destiny endeavors to lead man to himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
203:Making music together is the best way for two people to become friends. ~ Hermann Hesse,
204:Then it seems that I, who wanted to watch over you, fell asleep myself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
205:When dealing with the insane, the best method is to pretend to be sane. ~ Hermann Hesse,
206:Yumuşak serrten güçlüdür, su kayadan güçlü, sevgi zorbalıktan güçlüdür. ~ Hermann Hesse,
207:A magic dwells in each beginning, protecting us, telling us how to live. ~ Hermann Hesse,
208:I lived again through all the loves of my life - but under hapier stars. ~ Hermann Hesse,
209:Loneliness is the way by which destiny endeavors to lead man to himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
210:Nieko nebuvo, nieko nebus; visa, kas yra, gyvena ir priklauso dabarčiai. ~ Hermann Hesse,
211:To achieve the possible, we must attempt the impossible again and again. ~ Hermann Hesse,
212:Yes, I am going into the woods; I am going into the unity of all things. ~ Hermann Hesse,
213:Youth ends when egotism does; maturity begins when one lives for others. ~ Hermann Hesse,
214:All men of goodwill have this in common - that our works put us to shame. ~ Hermann Hesse,
215:Čovek je lukovica sastavljena od stotinu ljuski, tkanina od bezbroj niti. ~ Hermann Hesse,
216:It’s so good to know that inside us there’s a self that knows everything! ~ Hermann Hesse,
217:We can understand one another, but each of us can only interpret himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
218:All this seemed a decorative newly painted picture behind clear new glass. ~ Hermann Hesse,
219:LÆR AT TAGE DET ALVORLIGT SOM ER VÆRDT AT TAGE ALVORLIGT, OG LE AD RESTEN! ~ Hermann Hesse,
220:Some of us think holding on makes us strong but sometimes it is letting go ~ Hermann Hesse,
221:We’re human beings. We create gods and fight with them, and they bless us. ~ Hermann Hesse,
222:Destino e Espírito são nomes de um mesmo conceito.' Agora eu a compreendia. ~ Hermann Hesse,
223:El mundo quiere renovarse. Huele a muerte. No hay nada nuevo sin la muerte. ~ Hermann Hesse,
224:He had loved and he had found himself. Most people love to lose themselves. ~ Hermann Hesse,
225:I have always thirsted for knowledge, I have always been full of questions. ~ Hermann Hesse,
226:I like music very much, I think, because it’s so unconcerned with morality. ~ Hermann Hesse,
227:In the shade of the house, in the sunshine of the riverbank near the boats, ~ Hermann Hesse,
228:Straight lines evidently belonged only to geometry, not to nature and life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
229:the mind wasn’t satisfied, the soul wasn’t quiet, the heart wasn’t stilled. ~ Hermann Hesse,
230:All life was a breath exhaled by God. All dying was a breath inhaled by God. ~ Hermann Hesse,
231:Dù bị đau đớn quằn quại, tôi vẫn tha thiết yêu thương trần gian điên dại này ~ Hermann Hesse,
232:Hiç kimse bir başkasının yürüdüğü yolda ne kadar ilerlemiş olduğunu göremez. ~ Hermann Hesse,
233:It’s so good to know that inside us there’s a self that knows everything!” I ~ Hermann Hesse,
234:Sadly, I swallowed my tea and stared at the crowd of second-rate elegance... ~ Hermann Hesse,
235:Siempre es difícil nacer. El pájaro tiene que penar para salir del cascarón. ~ Hermann Hesse,
236:Slowly the disease of the soul, which rich people have, grabbed hold of him. ~ Hermann Hesse,
237:Some of us think holding on makes us strong; but sometimes it is letting go. ~ Hermann Hesse,
238:The deity is within you, not in ideas and books. Truth is lived, not taught. ~ Hermann Hesse,
239:To us every credo, every doctrine of salvation seemed stillborn and useless. ~ Hermann Hesse,
240:We are human beings. We make gods and do battle with them and they bless us. ~ Hermann Hesse,
241:We can understand one another; but each one is able to explain only himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
242:We marked men were not at all worried about the shape the future would take. ~ Hermann Hesse,
243:Writing is good, thinking is better. Cleverness is good, patience is better. ~ Hermann Hesse,
244:... and out of the awareness of sameness grew the desire for differentiation. ~ Hermann Hesse,
245:Damit das Mögliche entsteht, muß immer wieder das Unmögliche versucht werden. ~ Hermann Hesse,
246:Durch sein Auge lief Licht und Schatten, durch sein Herz lief Stern und Mond. ~ Hermann Hesse,
247:If a man has nothing to eat, fasting is the most intelligent thing he can do. ~ Hermann Hesse,
248:Õppige seda tõsiselt võtma, mis on tõsiselt võtmist väärt, ja muu üle naerma! ~ Hermann Hesse,
249:People with courage and character are always called peculiar by other people. ~ Hermann Hesse,
250:The mind cannot live in nature, only against nature, only as its counterpart. ~ Hermann Hesse,
251:Wer nicht in die Welt passt, der ist immer nahe daran, sich selber zu finden. ~ Hermann Hesse,
252:Every healthy person must have a goal in life and that life must have content. ~ Hermann Hesse,
253:Home is neither here nor there. Home is within you, or home is nowhere at all. ~ Hermann Hesse,
254:I felt knowledge and the unity of the world circulate in me like my own blood. ~ Hermann Hesse,
255:Manche denken, Festhalten macht uns stark. Aber manchmal ist es das Loslassen. ~ Hermann Hesse,
256:Never again!" commanded his will.

"Again! Tomorrow!" begged his heart. ~ Hermann Hesse,
257:No permanence is ours, we are a wave that flows to fit whatever form it finds. ~ Hermann Hesse,
258:Siddhartha stopped fighting his fate this very hour, and he stopped suffering. ~ Hermann Hesse,
259:But each one is a gamble of Nature, a hopeful attempt at forming a human being. ~ Hermann Hesse,
260:Even those who have average gifts, given a few hundred years, come to maturity. ~ Hermann Hesse,
261:Hesse began to explore the writings of Freud and Jung on dreams and archetypes. ~ Hermann Hesse,
262:It is possible for one never to transgress a single law and still be a bastard. ~ Hermann Hesse,
263:La belleza no hacía feliz al que la tenía, sino al que sabía amarla y venerarla ~ Hermann Hesse,
264:Perhaps people like us cannot love. Ordinary people can - that is their secret. ~ Hermann Hesse,
265:Quando temos medo de alguém é porque demos a esse alguém algum poder sobre nós. ~ Hermann Hesse,
266:Slowly the disease of the soul, which rich people have, grabbed hold
of him. ~ Hermann Hesse,
267:The town in which … I had spent my youth … had nothing to give me but memories. ~ Hermann Hesse,
268:Yazmak iyidir, ama düşünmek daha iyi; akıllılık iyidir, ama sabretmek daha iyi. ~ Hermann Hesse,
269:Your soul has fallen to bits and pieces. Good. Rearrange them to suit yourself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
270:Cualquier hombre con carácter y valor siempre ha sido inquetante para los demás. ~ Hermann Hesse,
271:No debemos temer ni creer ilícito nada de lo que nuestra alma desea en nosotros. ~ Hermann Hesse,
272:No permanence is ours; we are a wave
That flows to fit whatever form it finds ~ Hermann Hesse,
273:she wanted once more to extract the last sweet drop from this fleeting pleasure. ~ Hermann Hesse,
274:The river taught us how to listen with a silent heart, with a waiting open soul. ~ Hermann Hesse,
275:the world melted away all around him, when he stood alone like a star in the sky ~ Hermann Hesse,
276:Examine a person closely enough and you know more about him than he does himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
277:Examine a person closely enough and you know more about him that he does himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
278:that perhaps you seek too much, that as a result of your seeking you cannot find. ~ Hermann Hesse,
279:There are many ways in which the god can make us lonely and lead us to ourselves. ~ Hermann Hesse,
280:All I wanted was to try and realize whatever was in me. Why was that so difficult? ~ Hermann Hesse,
281:It was very uncomfortable to have a race of fearless, weird people running around. ~ Hermann Hesse,
282:Lernen Sie ernst nehmen, was des Ernstnehmens wert ist, und lachen über das andre! ~ Hermann Hesse,
283:nos propuso con las pupilas brillantes celebrar una orgía erótica los tres juntos. ~ Hermann Hesse,
284:soft is stronger than hard, water stronger than rock, love stronger than violence. ~ Hermann Hesse,
285:Um guia abandonou-me. Ando nas trevas. Não consigo dar um passo sozinho. Ajuda-me! ~ Hermann Hesse,
286:Who travels far will often see things Far removed from what was believed as Truth. ~ Hermann Hesse,
287:Writing is good, thinking is better. Being smart is good, being patient is better. ~ Hermann Hesse,
288:...your tranquil yes to the changing over into the formless void of the unlimited. ~ Hermann Hesse,
289:Anyone can reach his goals if he can think, if he can wait, if he can fast.” Kamala ~ Hermann Hesse,
290:I am much inclined to live from my rucksack, and let my trousers fray as they like. ~ Hermann Hesse,
291:Nada hay más molesto para el hombre que seguir el camino que le conduce a sí mismo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
292:Ono što za jednog čoveka predstavlja blago i mudrost, drugom uvek zvuči kao ludost. ~ Hermann Hesse,
293:Siempre he tenido sed de conocimientos, siempre he estado lleno de interrogaciones. ~ Hermann Hesse,
294:Svijet je lijep, kada se posmatra bez želje za traganjem, jednostavno i kao dijete. ~ Hermann Hesse,
295:The teachers apparently regarded a dead student very differently from a living one. ~ Hermann Hesse,
296:A person can neither think what he wants to nor can I make him think what I want to. ~ Hermann Hesse,
297:My goal was not pleasure, but purity; not happiness, but beauty and intellectuality. ~ Hermann Hesse,
298:my path had led me at that time into a new life, which had now grown old and is dead ~ Hermann Hesse,
299:Often it is the most deserving people who cannot help loving those who destroy them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
300:Solitude is independence. It had been my wish and with the years I have attained it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
301:How foolish to wear oneself out in vain longing for warmth! Solitude is independence. ~ Hermann Hesse,
302:...inasmuch as every man takes the sufferings that fall to his share as the greatest. ~ Hermann Hesse,
303:Nothing was. Nothing will be. Everything is. Everything has existence and is present. ~ Hermann Hesse,
304:Nothing was, nothing will be; everything is, everything has existence and is present. ~ Hermann Hesse,
305:Und jedem Anfang wohnt ein Zauber inne, der uns beschützt und der uns hilft zu leben. ~ Hermann Hesse,
306:Writing is good, thinking is better. Being smart is
good, being patient is better. ~ Hermann Hesse,
307:During this long … journey, I realised the impossibility of running away and escaping. ~ Hermann Hesse,
308:Love between young people and love after many years of marriage is not the same thing. ~ Hermann Hesse,
309:Perhaps it is this which keeps you from finding
peace, perhaps it is the many words ~ Hermann Hesse,
310:Perhaps, people of our kind can't love. The childlike people can; that's their secret. ~ Hermann Hesse,
311:Perhaps, people of our kind can’t love. The childlike people can; that’s their secret. ~ Hermann Hesse,
312:Podemos comprendernos unos a otros, pero sólo a si mísmo puede interpretarse cada uno. ~ Hermann Hesse,
313:Podemos comprendernos unos a otros, pero sólo a sí mismo puede interpretarse cada uno. ~ Hermann Hesse,
314:Prin ochiul său se strecurau lumina și umbra, în inima sa pătrundeau stelele și luna.. ~ Hermann Hesse,
315:That seems to be the way of things. Everyone takes, everyone gives. Life is like that. ~ Hermann Hesse,
316:You should not take old people who are already dead seriously. It does them injustice. ~ Hermann Hesse,
317:A longing to wander tears my heart when I hear trees rustling in the wind at evening... ~ Hermann Hesse,
318:"Beyond the pairs of opposites of which the world consists, other, new insights begin." ~ Hermann Hesse,
319:Conocer a un individuo es descubrir en él aquellas notas que lo distinguen de los demás ~ Hermann Hesse,
320:lucid and quiet his voice hovered above the listeners, like a light, like a starry sky. ~ Hermann Hesse,
321:The dream of death is only the dark smoke
Under which the fires of life are burning. ~ Hermann Hesse,
322:Cuando se teme a alguien es porque a ese alguien le hemos concedido poder sobre nosotros ~ Hermann Hesse,
323:Everyone can perform magic, everyone can reach his goal, if he can think, wait and fast. ~ Hermann Hesse,
324:He sat thus, lost in meditation, thinking Om, his soul as the arrow directed at Brahman. ~ Hermann Hesse,
325:I will no longer mutilate and destroy myself in order to find a secret behind the ruins. ~ Hermann Hesse,
326:O mundo era belo quando visto desta maneira, tão sem desejos, tão simples, tão inocente. ~ Hermann Hesse,
327:Searching means having a goal, but finding means being free, being open, having no goal. ~ Hermann Hesse,
328:Se per la tua gioia hai bisogno del permesso degli altri, sei proprio un povero sciocco. ~ Hermann Hesse,
329:Youth is the hardest time in life. One seldom hears of an old person committing suicide. ~ Hermann Hesse,
330:I do not seek to walk on water," said Siddhartha. "Let [them] be content with such feats! ~ Hermann Hesse,
331:I realised that all this talk was of no value and at its best only led to clever phrases. ~ Hermann Hesse,
332:Love is like death. It is fulfillment and an evening after which nothing more may follow. ~ Hermann Hesse,
333:Und jedem Anfang wohnt ein Zauber inne,
Der uns beschützt und der uns hilft, zu leben. ~ Hermann Hesse,
334:But if you were to die ten times for him, you would not alter his destiny in the slightest ~ Hermann Hesse,
335:Nessuno è nato sotto una cattiva stella, ci sono semmai uomini che guardano male il cielo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
336:Searching means: having a goal. But finding means: being free, being open, having no goal. ~ Hermann Hesse,
337:and the river’s voice was full of longing, full of smarting woe, full of insatiable desire. ~ Hermann Hesse,
338:Every path leads homeward, every step is birth, every step is death, every grave is mother. ~ Hermann Hesse,
339:How foolish it is to wear oneself out in vain longing for warmth! Solitude is independence. ~ Hermann Hesse,
340:It was one of the ferryman’s greatest virtues that, like few people, he knew how to listen. ~ Hermann Hesse,
341:Je ne voulais qu'essayer de vivre ce que je portais en moi. Pourquoi était-ce si difficile? ~ Hermann Hesse,
342:Schön war die Welt, wenn man sie so betrachtete, so ohne Suchen, so einfach, so kinderhaft. ~ Hermann Hesse,
343:What he had not learned, however, was this: to find contentment in himself and his own life ~ Hermann Hesse,
344:But it's a poor fellow who can't take his pleasure without asking other people's permission. ~ Hermann Hesse,
345:I hope death will be a great happiness, a happiness as great as that of love, fulfilled love ~ Hermann Hesse,
346:Nothing was and nothing will be: everything is, and everything is present and has existence. ~ Hermann Hesse,
347:Those who cannot think or take responsibility for themselves need, and clamor for, a leader. ~ Hermann Hesse,
348:¡Aprenda a tomar en serio lo que es digno de que se tome en serio, y ríase usted de lo demás! ~ Hermann Hesse,
349:Beautiful was this world, looking at it thus, without searching, thus simply, thus childlike. ~ Hermann Hesse,
350:But be warned, oh seeker of knowledge, of the thicket of opinions and of arguing about words. ~ Hermann Hesse,
351:He’s a man of character, and people of character generally get short shrift in Bible stories. ~ Hermann Hesse,
352:I will learn from myself, be my own pupil; I will learn from myself the secret of Siddhartha. ~ Hermann Hesse,
353:Ljubav se može isprositi, kupiti, dobiti na poklon, naći na ulici ali se ne može silom oteti. ~ Hermann Hesse,
354:<...>, kad iškerojo šis noras, tasai vaikiškas troškimas rasti ramybę sunaikinant kūną! ~ Hermann Hesse,
355:Never had it been so strangely clear to Siddhartha, how closely related passion was to death. ~ Hermann Hesse,
356:Oh, love isn't there to make us happy. I believe it exists to show us how much we can endure. ~ Hermann Hesse,
357:One can beg, buy, be presented with and find love in the streets, but it can never be stolen. ~ Hermann Hesse,
358:when a great talker grows silent, it means that he is well on the road toward the churchyard. ~ Hermann Hesse,
359:wisdom cannot be taught. If a wise man tries to teach wisdom it will always sound like folly. ~ Hermann Hesse,
360:Ich will mich nicht mehr töten und zerstücken, um hinter den Trümmern ein Geheimnis zu finden. ~ Hermann Hesse,
361:Not in his speech, not in his thoughts, I see his greatness, only in his actions, in his life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
362:... sonsuzluk dediğimiz yalnızca bir an'dır, bir şakanın yer alacağı kadar uzun bir süre yani. ~ Hermann Hesse,
363:There are few people who know how to listen and I have not met anybody who can do so like you. ~ Hermann Hesse,
364:But though the ways led away from the self, their end nevertheless always led back to the self. ~ Hermann Hesse,
365:Había amado y, a través del amor, se había encontrado a sí mismo. La mayoría ama para perderse. ~ Hermann Hesse,
366:. . . he preferred the suffering and worries of love over happiness and
joy without the boy. ~ Hermann Hesse,
367:Let's practice a little philosophy now; that is, let's shut up, lie on our stomachs, and think. ~ Hermann Hesse,
368:Meaning and reality were not hidden somewhere behind things, they were in them, in all of them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
369:Seeking means: to have a goal; but finding means: to be free, to be receptive, to have no goal. ~ Hermann Hesse,
370:Seeking means; to have a goal; but finding means; to be free, to be receptive, to have no goal. ~ Hermann Hesse,
371:Sin dudas, la vida siempre es terrible. No podemos evitarlo y, sin embargo, somos responsables. ~ Hermann Hesse,
372:Escribir es cosa buena, pero mejor es pensar. La prudencia es buena, pero la paciencia es mejor. ~ Hermann Hesse,
373:God does not send us despair in order to kill us; he sends it in order to awaken us to new life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
374:He already knew to feel Atman in the depths of his being, indestructible, one with the universe. ~ Hermann Hesse,
375:It is a pity that you students aren't fully aware of the luxury and abundance in which you live. ~ Hermann Hesse,
376:Meilę galima iškaulyti, nupirkti, gauti dovanų, atrasti gatvėje, bet jėga jos išplėšti negalima. ~ Hermann Hesse,
377:Nothing in the world is more distasteful to a man than to follow the path that leads to himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
378:Statt seine Persönlichkeit zu vernichten, war es nur gelungen, ihn sich selbst hassen zu lehren. ~ Hermann Hesse,
379:Theory is knowledge that doesn't work. Practice is when everything works and you don't know why. ~ Hermann Hesse,
380:The world was beautiful when looked at in this way-without any seeking, so simple, so childlike. ~ Hermann Hesse,
381:The world was beautiful when looked at in this way—without any seeking, so simple, so childlike. ~ Hermann Hesse,
382:what is one man's treasure and wisdom always sounds like foolishness to another person." Govinda ~ Hermann Hesse,
383:You are clever, O Samana,” said the Illustrious One, “you know how to speak cleverly, my friend. ~ Hermann Hesse,
384:Youth is the most difficult time of life. For example, suicide rarely occurs amongst old people. ~ Hermann Hesse,
385:All I wanted to do was live the life that was inside me, trying to get out. Why was that so hard? ~ Hermann Hesse,
386:Ella podía transformarse en cada uno de mis pensamientos, y cada uno de mis pensamientos en ella. ~ Hermann Hesse,
387:El pájaro rompe el cascarón. El huevo es el mundo. el que quiere nacer tiene que romper un mundo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
388:Er hat geliebt und dabei sich selbst gefunden. Die meisten aber lieben um sich dabei zu verlieren ~ Hermann Hesse,
389:He has robbed me, yet he has given me something of greater value . . . he has given to me myself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
390:I realised that the pure and eternal source of all things would not be illuminated in this temple ~ Hermann Hesse,
391:Look at a person carefully long enough, and you’ll know more about him than he himself does.” The ~ Hermann Hesse,
392:Nothing was, nothing will be; everything is, everything has existence and is present.” Siddhartha ~ Hermann Hesse,
393:To him, art and craftmanship were usless unless they burned like the sun and had power of storms. ~ Hermann Hesse,
394:To study history means submitting to chaos and nevertheless retaining faith in order and meaning. ~ Hermann Hesse,
395:Wisdom cannot be communicated. Wisdom that a wise man tries to communicate always sounds foolish. ~ Hermann Hesse,
396:Young people have many pleasures and many sorrows, because they have only themselves to think of. ~ Hermann Hesse,
397:An occasionally, I became very sad over that happiness, because I was well aware it couldn't last. ~ Hermann Hesse,
398:Gratitude is not a virtue I believe in, and to me it seems hypocritical to expect it from a child. ~ Hermann Hesse,
399:He’s trying once more to escape into society, he’s even become a taverngoer; but he won’t succeed. ~ Hermann Hesse,
400:His goal attracts him, because he doesn't let anything enter his soul which might oppose the goal. ~ Hermann Hesse,
401:nothing in the world is more repugnant to a man than following the path that leads him to himself! ~ Hermann Hesse,
402:We are sun and moon, dear friend; we are sea and land... each the other’s opposite and complement. ~ Hermann Hesse,
403:What you call passion is not spiritual force, but friction between the soul and the outside world. ~ Hermann Hesse,
404:Wisdom is not communicable. The wisdom which a wise man tries to communicate always sound foolish. ~ Hermann Hesse,
405:Within you there is a stillness and sanctuary to which you can retreat at any time and be yourself ~ Hermann Hesse,
406:you know that ‘soft’ is stronger than ‘hard,’ water stronger than rocks, love stronger than force. ~ Hermann Hesse,
407:... you know that soft is stronger than hard, water stronger than rocks, love stronger than force. ~ Hermann Hesse,
408:A thousand times I was ready to regret and take back my rash statement - yet it had been the truth. ~ Hermann Hesse,
409:Chaos demands to be recognized and experienced before letting itself be converted into a new order. ~ Hermann Hesse,
410:Dar niciodată nu-și aflase sinele cu adevărat, și asta fiindcă voise să-l prindă în plasa gândului. ~ Hermann Hesse,
411:Each of us has to find out for himself what is permitted and what is forbidden - forbidden for him. ~ Hermann Hesse,
412:Everyone can reach his goals, if he is able to think, if he is able to wait, if he is able to fast. ~ Hermann Hesse,
413:He had loved and, by doing so, had found himself. But most people love in order to lose themselves. ~ Hermann Hesse,
414:If that was love, with cruelty here and humiliation there, then it was better to live without love. ~ Hermann Hesse,
415:Wisdom is not communicable. The wisdom which a wise man tries to communicate always sounds foolish. ~ Hermann Hesse,
416:Within yourself is a stillness and a sanctuary to which you can retreat at any time and be yourself ~ Hermann Hesse,
417:It seems to have been my bad luck always to receive more than I could return, from life and friends. ~ Hermann Hesse,
418:Nunca como en esta hora me parecía que me había hecho tanto daño la simple razón de tener que vivir. ~ Hermann Hesse,
419:Obeying is like eating and drinking. There's nothing like it if you've been without it for too long. ~ Hermann Hesse,
420:Om is the bow, the arrow is soul, The Brahman is the arrow's target that one should incessantly hit. ~ Hermann Hesse,
421:Thật đấy, làm sao anh dám nói đã nỗ lực sống, khi ngay chỉ một chuyện nhảy thôi anh cũng không muốn? ~ Hermann Hesse,
422:Within yourself is a stillness and a sanctuary to which you can retreat at any time and be yourself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
423:Anyone can perform magic. Anyone can reach his goals if he can think, if he can wait, if he can fast. ~ Hermann Hesse,
424:Beauty does not bring happiness to the one who possesses it, but to the one who loves and admires it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
425:. . . gentleness is stronger than severity, water is stronger than rock, love is stronger than force. ~ Hermann Hesse,
426:Her little treasure of experiences opened up, and it was larger than she herself would have supposed. ~ Hermann Hesse,
427:human life, even upon a small stage, always offers an amusing drama and one well worth consideration. ~ Hermann Hesse,
428:La gente estará entusiasmada, todos están deseando empezar a matar. Tan insípida les resulta la vida. ~ Hermann Hesse,
429:our friendship has no other purpose, no other reason, than to show you how utterly unlike me you are. ~ Hermann Hesse,
430:Vielleicht ist es dies, was dich hindert, den Frieden zu finden, vielleicht sind es die vielen Worte. ~ Hermann Hesse,
431:While one is singing one does not think about whether of not the singing is useful. One simply sings. ~ Hermann Hesse,
432:Within YOU there is a stillness and a sanctuary to which you can retreat at any time and be yourself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
433:Within you, there is a stillness and a sanctuary to which you can retreat at anytime and be yourself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
434:...you must revere the becoming, the possible, the concealed Buddha in him, in yourself, in everyone. ~ Hermann Hesse,
435:Everything becomes questionable as soon as I consider it closely, everything slips away and dissolves. ~ Hermann Hesse,
436:Pero,aunque parezca paradojico,lo que en si mismo is imposible,debe de ser intentado siempre de nuevo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
437:Sobre eso, pequeña Lena, todos los sabios y santos se han quebrado la cabeza.No hay dicha que perdure. ~ Hermann Hesse,
438:Because you know that soft is stronger than hard, water stronger than rock, love stronger than violence ~ Hermann Hesse,
439:...he knew more than you and I, without teachers, without books, just because he believed in the river. ~ Hermann Hesse,
440:How exhausting all this was. In fact, if only people knew how madly tiresome it is to be a criminal...! ~ Hermann Hesse,
441:Kamala did not try to find him. She was not surprised when she learned that Siddhartha had disappeared. ~ Hermann Hesse,
442:Our god's name is Abraxas and he is God and Satan and he contains both the luminous and the dark world. ~ Hermann Hesse,
443:we were separated from the majority of people not by frontiers but merely by a different way of seeing. ~ Hermann Hesse,
444:Abschied war es, Herbst war es, Schicksal war es, wonach die Sommerrose so reif und voll geduftet hatte. ~ Hermann Hesse,
445:Each one carries with him to the end traces of his birth, the slime and eggshells of a primordial world. ~ Hermann Hesse,
446:His face turned scornful for a moment when he considered that wise people serve fools almost everywhere. ~ Hermann Hesse,
447:How beautiful the world was when one looked at it without searching, just looked, simply and innocently. ~ Hermann Hesse,
448:The bourgeois today burns as heretics and hangs as criminals those to whom he erects monuments tomorrow. ~ Hermann Hesse,
449:The law of service. He who wishes to live long must serve, but he who wishes to rule does not live long. ~ Hermann Hesse,
450:You can't compare yourself with others: if Nature has made you a bat you shouldn't try to be an ostrich. ~ Hermann Hesse,
451:You show the world as a complete, unbroken chain, an eternal chain, linked together by cause and effect. ~ Hermann Hesse,
452:Der Vogel kämpft sich aus dem Ei. Das Ei ist die Welt. Wer geboren werden will, muss eine Welt zerstören. ~ Hermann Hesse,
453:Faith and doubt go hand in hand, they are complementaries. One who never doubts will never truly believe. ~ Hermann Hesse,
454:He believed that his life and destiny were at the centre of the world's attention, just as everyone does. ~ Hermann Hesse,
455:Human life is reduced to real suffering, to hell, only when two ages, two cultures and religions overlap. ~ Hermann Hesse,
456:I don't know whether my life has been useless and merely a misunderstanding, or whether it has a meaning. ~ Hermann Hesse,
457:I want to learn from myself, want to be my student, want to get to know myself, the secret of Siddhartha. ~ Hermann Hesse,
458:¡Mejor aprenda a escuchar! Aprenda a tomarse en serio aquellas cosas que lo merecen y a reírse del resto. ~ Hermann Hesse,
459:My real self wanders elsewhere, far away, wanders on and on invisibly and has nothing to do with my life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
460:One never reaches home, but wherever friendly paths intersect the whole world looks like home for a time. ~ Hermann Hesse,
461:The world... is not imperfect, or on a slow path towards perfection: no, it is perfect in every moment... ~ Hermann Hesse,
462:To nobody can you communicate in words and teachings, what happened to you in your hour of enlightenment. ~ Hermann Hesse,
463:But your questions, which are unanswerable without exception, all spring from the same erroneous thinking. ~ Hermann Hesse,
464:even the unhappiest life has its sunny moments and its little flowers of happiness between sand and stone. ~ Hermann Hesse,
465:"How beautiful the world was when one looked at it without searching, just looked, simply and innocently." ~ Hermann Hesse,
466:If a person were to concentrate all his will power on a certain end, then he would achieve it. That's all. ~ Hermann Hesse,
467:I shall begin my story with an experience I had when I was ten and attended our small town's Latin school. ~ Hermann Hesse,
468:Love can be begged, bought, or received as a gift, one can find it in the street, but one cannot steal it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
469:Ne priliči mi da dajem sud o životu drugih! Jedino sam za sebe moram da presudim, da odaberem, da odbijam. ~ Hermann Hesse,
470:Then he had felt in his heart: “A path lies before you which you are called to follow. The gods await you. ~ Hermann Hesse,
471:The realms of day and night. Two different worlds coming from two opposite poles mingled during this time. ~ Hermann Hesse,
472:Adamların gicliyinə tamaşa etmək, onlara gülmək, hallarına acımaq olar, ancaq işlərinə qarışmaq - heç vaxt. ~ Hermann Hesse,
473:Even souls that are intensely alive will soon age and grow weary of this bustling, frenetic, satiated life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
474:Gali pamanyti, kad viskas pasaulyje puikiai klostosi, tik žemėje guli koks dešimt milijonų nužudytų žmonių. ~ Hermann Hesse,
475:He had very few doubts, and when the facts contradicted his views on life, he shut his eyes in disapproval. ~ Hermann Hesse,
476:He let himself be led into the night, into the forest, into the blind secret wordless, thoughtless country. ~ Hermann Hesse,
477:How beautiful the world was when one looked at it, without searching... just looked, simply and innocently. ~ Hermann Hesse,
478:it has been a continual consolation to me and a justification for all life that there is music in the world ~ Hermann Hesse,
479:Opinions mean nothing; they may be beautiful or ugly, clever or foolish, anyone can embrace or reject them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
480:The highest art... sets down its creations and trusts in their magic, without fear of not being understood. ~ Hermann Hesse,
481:Was it not a comedy, a strange and stupid matter, this repetition, this running around in a fateful circle? ~ Hermann Hesse,
482:En lugar de simplificar tu alma, tendrás que acoger cada vez más mundo con tu alma dolorosamente ensanchada. ~ Hermann Hesse,
483:Ich werde stehen und warten.
Ich werde müde werden.
Ich werde nicht einschlafen.
Ich werde sterben. ~ Hermann Hesse,
484:It was fortunate that love did not need words; or else it would be full of misunderstanding and foolishness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
485:Perhaps that you're searching far too much? That in all that searching, you don't find the time for finding? ~ Hermann Hesse,
486:Tan pronto estaba yo en el cielo como en el infierno, la mayoría de las veces en los dos sitios a un tiempo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
487:We are not going in circles, we are going upwards. The path is a spiral; we have already climbed many steps. ~ Hermann Hesse,
488:Within us there is someone who knows everything, wills everything, does everything better than we ourselves. ~ Hermann Hesse,
489:Darum verbrennt der Bürger heute den als Ketzer, hängt den als Verbrecher, dem er übermorgen Denkmäler setzt. ~ Hermann Hesse,
490:[H]e regarded himself, just as every person tends to do, as a unique individual, while he was really typical. ~ Hermann Hesse,
491:I want to learn from myself, want to be my student, want to get to know myself, the secret of Siddhartha.” He ~ Hermann Hesse,
492:Procurar significa ter um objectivo. Mas encontrar significa ser livre, manter-se aberto, não ter objectivos. ~ Hermann Hesse,
493:Remember this: one can be a strict logician or grammarian and at the same time full of imagination and music. ~ Hermann Hesse,
494:‎We all share the same origin, our mothers; all of us come in at the same door. - from the preface to 'Demian ~ Hermann Hesse,
495:He found, moreover, that the younger and more ignorant his pupils were, the more pleasure he took in teaching. ~ Hermann Hesse,
496:Hoje sei muito bem que nada na vida repugna tanto ao homem do que seguir pelo caminho que o conduz a si mesmo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
497:İçimde dışarı çıkmak isteyen bir şey vardı ve ben onu yaşamaya çalışıyordum yalnızca.Neden böylesine güçtü bu? ~ Hermann Hesse,
498:This is what makes them so dear and worthy of veneration for me: they are like me. Therefore, I can love them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
499:But when we see anyone who suffers and is unruly in his suffering, we should overlook that and try to help him. ~ Hermann Hesse,
500:Everyone can perform magic; everyone can reach his goals, if he is able to think, to wait, and to fast.” Kamala ~ Hermann Hesse,
501:everything I had so far experienced was mere chance … my life still lacked a deep individual meaning of its own ~ Hermann Hesse,
502:He could have exchanged his name and address with any of his neighbours, and nothing would have been different. ~ Hermann Hesse,
503:I have no desire to walk on water," said Siddhartha. "Let the old shamans satisfy themselves with such skills". ~ Hermann Hesse,
504:the feeling swept over me that I was not born for a normal life at home among my people or in cities and houses ~ Hermann Hesse,
505:wisdom cannot be passed on. Wisdom which a wise man tries to pass on to someone always sounds like foolishness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
506:I have no desire to walk on water," said Siddhartha. "Let the old shramanas satisfy themselves with such skills. ~ Hermann Hesse,
507:My conscious self lived within the familiar and sanctioned world, it denied the new world that dawned within me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
508:Ölümlüdür görüntüler dünyası, ölümlü, son derece ölümlüdür giysilerimiz, saçlarımız, vücudumuzun kendisi ayrıca. ~ Hermann Hesse,
509:The purpose and the essential properties were not somewhere behind the things, they were in them, in everything. ~ Hermann Hesse,
510:To hear for the duration of a heartbeat the universe and the totality of life in its mysterious, innate harmony. ~ Hermann Hesse,
511:You've never lived what you are thinking, and that isn't good. Only the ideas we actually live are of any value. ~ Hermann Hesse,
512:Ach nichts weiter. Und Sie und ich, wir haben vielleicht auch mancherlei an dem Buben versäumt, meinen Sie nicht? ~ Hermann Hesse,
513:Art is contemplation of the world in a state of grace and imaginatively reflecting that subjective understanding. ~ Hermann Hesse,
514:everything I had so far experienced was mere chance […] my life still lacked a deep individual meaning of its own ~ Hermann Hesse,
515:Everything that was not suffered to the end and finally concluded, recurred, and the same sorrows were undergone. ~ Hermann Hesse,
516:I wanted only to live in accord with the promptings which came from my true self. Why was that so very difficult? ~ Hermann Hesse,
517:Let the things be illusions or not, after all I would then also be an illusion, and thus they are always like me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
518:The day had gone by just as days go by. I had killed it in accordance with my primitive and retiring way of life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
519:To die is to go into the Collective Unconscious, to lose oneself in order to be transformed into form, pure form. ~ Hermann Hesse,
520:Without words, without wrting and without books there would be no history, there could be no concept of humanity. ~ Hermann Hesse,
521:Aber wenn du zu deinem Vergnügen erst die Erlaubnis anderer Leute brauchst, dann bist du wirklich ein armer Tropf. ~ Hermann Hesse,
522:Both, the thoughts as well as the senses, were pretty things, the ultimate meaning was hidden behind both of them, ~ Hermann Hesse,
523:Every important cultural gesture comes down to a morality, a model for human behavior concentrated into a gesture. ~ Hermann Hesse,
524:Geleceği düşündüğümde, benim için, gizlediğim bir tek amaç vardı ve onu gerçekten istiyordum. O da büyücü olmaktı. ~ Hermann Hesse,
525:I became unhappy because I saw nothing but the usual tribulations, trade, progress, and improvements on the earth. ~ Hermann Hesse,
526:I had grown a thin mustache, I was a full-grown man, and yet I was completely helpless and without a goal in life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
527:Mada nije znao zašto, čudno ga je iznenadilo otkriće da bol i užitak mogu ličiti jedno na drugo kao brat i sestra. ~ Hermann Hesse,
528:Psychoanalysis has at bottom no other goal than to create a space within oneself in which God’s voice can be heard ~ Hermann Hesse,
529:Un veggente e un cieco: così camminavano a fianco; e se il cieco ignorava la sua cecità, il sollievo era solo suo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
530:What you search is not necessarily the same as what you find. When you let go of the searching, you start finding. ~ Hermann Hesse,
531:Without words, without writing and without books there would be no history, there could be no concept of humanity. ~ Hermann Hesse,
532:I realize today that nothing in the world is more distasteful to a man than to take the path that leads to himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
533:love can be obtained by begging, buying, receiving it as a gift, finding it in the street, but it cannot be stolen. ~ Hermann Hesse,
534:One cannot apologize for something fundamental, and a child feels and knows this as well and as deeply as any sage. ~ Hermann Hesse,
535:Van niets ter wereld heeft de mens een grotere afkeer dan van het bewandelen van de weg die hem tot zichzelf leidt. ~ Hermann Hesse,
536:... wisdom cannot be passed on. Wisdom which a wise man tries to pass on to someone always sounds like foolishness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
537:Among all my dreams that obscure dream of love was the most loyal. I dreamt it over and over again; I walked beneath ~ Hermann Hesse,
538:...and the vessel was not full, his intellect was not satisfied, his soul was not at peace, his heart was not still. ~ Hermann Hesse,
539:A tree has something to say to us: Be still! Be still! Look at me!... Home is within you, or home is nowhere at all. ~ Hermann Hesse,
540:Beginning to doubt the gods, there is only Atman...and where is Atman found but in the self? But where is this self? ~ Hermann Hesse,
541:human beings, each one of whom is a priceless, unique experiment of nature, are being shot to death in carloads.1 If ~ Hermann Hesse,
542:Ich wollte ja nichts als das zu leben versuchen, was von selber aus mir heraus wollte. Warum war das so sehr schwer? ~ Hermann Hesse,
543:Love your suffering. Do not resist it, do not flee from it. It is only your aversion to it that hurts, nothing else. ~ Hermann Hesse,
544:Quería tan sólo intentar vivir aquello que tendía a brotar espontáneamente de mí ¿Porqué había de serme tan difícil? ~ Hermann Hesse,
545:Wisdom cannot be imparted. Wisdom that a wise man attempts to impart always sounds like foolishness to someone else. ~ Hermann Hesse,
546:Perhaps he was handsome, perhaps I liked him, perhaps I also found him repulsive, I could not be sure of that either. ~ Hermann Hesse,
547:We lived like pilgrims and made no use of those contrivances which spring into existence in a world deluded by money. ~ Hermann Hesse,
548:Y con cada llama que se extinguía sentí que algo hermoso y profundo que nunca más volvería se apagaba y volatilizaba. ~ Hermann Hesse,
549:Y mi mayor deseo era vivir, por fin, un poco, dar algo de mí al mundo exterior, entrar en contacto y en lucha con él. ~ Hermann Hesse,
550:Zurück geht kein Weg", sagte er ernst und freundlich, "man muß immer vorwärtsgehen, wenn man die Welt ergründen will. ~ Hermann Hesse,
551:All I have to worry about is that you should learn to know a little more of the little arts and lighter sides of life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
552:A person is afraid only when he isn’t at one with himself. They’re afraid because they have never accepted themselves. ~ Hermann Hesse,
553:His stories rarely began in foreign countries, for the minds of listeners cannot easily fly there on their own powers. ~ Hermann Hesse,
554:I live in my dreams — that's what you sense. Other people live in dreams, but not in their own. That's the difference. ~ Hermann Hesse,
555:Life is always frightful. We cannot help it and we are responsible all the same. One's born and at once one is guilty. ~ Hermann Hesse,
556:These people who rub elbows so anxiously are filled with fear and filled with malice, none of them trusts anyone else. ~ Hermann Hesse,
557:When we hate a man, we hate in him something which resides in us ourselves. What is not in us does not move us.” Never ~ Hermann Hesse,
558:When you like someone, you like them in spite of their faults. When you love someone, you love them with their faults. ~ Hermann Hesse,
559:All I really wanted was to try to live the life that was spontaneously welling up within me. Why was that so difficult? ~ Hermann Hesse,
560:Als we iemand haten dan haten we in zijn beeld iets dat in onszelf huist. Wat niet in onszelf huist, windt ons niet op. ~ Hermann Hesse,
561:Oh, I know it today: nothing in the world is more repugnant to a man than following the path that leads him to himself! ~ Hermann Hesse,
562:One must find the source within one's own Self, one must possess it. Everything else was seeking -- a detour, an error. ~ Hermann Hesse,
563:Quería tan sólo intentar vivir aquello que tendía a brotar espontáneamente de mí. ¿Por qué habría de serme tan difícil? ~ Hermann Hesse,
564:Retki su ljudi koji umeju da slušaju drugoga, nikad nikoga nisam sreo ko bi to umeo kao ti. I tome ću se učiti od tebe. ~ Hermann Hesse,
565:Sólo se tiene miedo cuando se está en disensión consigo mismo. Tienen miedo porque nunca se han reconocido a sí mismos. ~ Hermann Hesse,
566:A man has absolutely no other duty than this: to seek himself, to grope his own way forward, no matter whither it leads. ~ Hermann Hesse,
567:And he had promised that next time he would play a truly exquisite piece of old organ music, a passacaglia by Buxtehude. ~ Hermann Hesse,
568:Bu gece saat dörtten başlayarak sihirli tiyatro
-yalnızca kaçıklar için-
Giriş ücreti: Akıl.
Herkes için değil. ~ Hermann Hesse,
569:Ein Haus ohne Bücher ist arm, auch wenn schöne Teppiche seine Böden, und kostbare Tapeten und Bilder die Wände bedecken. ~ Hermann Hesse,
570:Ein Haus ohne Bücher ist arm, auch wenn schöne Teppiche seinen Boden und kostbare Tapeten und Bilder die Wände bedecken. ~ Hermann Hesse,
571:E sempre é bom termos consciência de que dentro de nós há alguém que tudo sabe, tudo quer e age melhor do que nós mesmos ~ Hermann Hesse,
572:If you need something desperately and find it, this is not an accident; your own craving and compulsion leads you to it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
573:It would be grander, it would be more proper, if I quite simply placed myself at the disposal of fate, making no claims. ~ Hermann Hesse,
574:la sagesse ne se communique pas. La sagesse qu'un sage cherche à communiquer a toujours un air de folie.
(Siddhartha) ~ Hermann Hesse,
575:Perhaps that you're searching far too much? That in all that searching, you don't find the time for finding?" "How come? ~ Hermann Hesse,
576:Siddhartha thought about his situation. Thinking was hard on him, he did not really feel like it, but he forced himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
577:Would you actually believe that you had committed your foolish acts in order to spare your son from committing them too? ~ Hermann Hesse,
578:... y más me gusta sentir dentro de mí arder un dolor verdadero y endemoniado que esta confortable temperatura de estufa ~ Hermann Hesse,
579:Every politician in the world is all for revolution, reason, and disarmament-but only in enemy countries, not in his own. ~ Hermann Hesse,
580:His life and actions were determined less by impulses and aspirations than by prohibitions and the fear of punishment. At ~ Hermann Hesse,
581:I lived in those dreams—I was always a heavy dreamer—more than in real life; those shadows consumed my strength and life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
582:In fear I hurried this way and that. I had the taste of blood and chocolate in my mouth, the one as hateful as the other. ~ Hermann Hesse,
583:I wanted only to try to live in obedience to the promptings which came from my true self. Why was that so very difficult? ~ Hermann Hesse,
584:Like animals we call to each other," was the thought that came to him as he remembered the hour of love in the afternoon. ~ Hermann Hesse,
585:We are not going in circles, we are going upwards. The path is a spiral; we have already climbed many steps. ~ Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha,
586:When we hate a person, what we hate in his image is something inside ourselves. Whatever isn't inside us can't excite us. ~ Hermann Hesse,
587:When we hate a person, what we hate in his image is something inside ourselves. Whatever isn’t inside us can’t excite us. ~ Hermann Hesse,
588:Başka bir yaşam yargılamak bana düşmez. Ben kendi yaşamımı yargılamalıyım. Ben seçip ben yadsımalıyım. Siddharta Hermann Hesse ~ Anonymous,
589:Disclosing his wound to his listener was the same as bathing it in the river, until it became cool and one with the river. ~ Hermann Hesse,
590:Es ist so gut, das zu wissen: daß in uns drinnen einer ist, der alles weiß, alles will, alles besser macht als wir selber. ~ Hermann Hesse,
591:Hoy sé ya muy bien que nada en el Mundo repugna tanto al hombre como seguir el camino que ha de conducirle hacia sí mismo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
592:If you hate a person, you hate something in him that is part of yourself. What isn't part of ourselves doesn't disturb us. ~ Hermann Hesse,
593:If you hate a person, you hate something in him that is part of yourself. What isn’t part of ourselves doesn’t disturb us. ~ Hermann Hesse,
594:In each individual the spirit is made flesh, in each one the whole of creation suffers, in each one a Savior is crucified. ~ Hermann Hesse,
595:Once a man takes honesty as his ideal, he cannot confine himself to showing to pleasant and reasonable side of his nature. ~ Hermann Hesse,
596:The mind is international and supra-national ... it ought to serve not war and annihilation, but peace and reconciliation. ~ Hermann Hesse,
597:The world, my friend Govinda, is not imperfect, or on a slow path
towards perfection: no, it is perfect in every moment ~ Hermann Hesse,
598:We all come out of the same abyss; but each of us, a trial throw of the dice from the depths, strives toward his own goal. ~ Hermann Hesse,
599:You are to listen to the cursed radio music of life and to reverence the spirit behind it and to laugh at its distortions. ~ Hermann Hesse,
600:Der Machtmensch geht an der Macht zugrunde, der Geldmensch am Geld, der Unterwürfige am Dienen, der Lustsucher an der Lust. ~ Hermann Hesse,
601:Disclosing his wound to this listener was the same as bathing it in the river, until it became cool and one with the river. ~ Hermann Hesse,
602:...for you know that soft is stronger than hard, water stronger than rock, love stronger than force." Vesadeva to Siddartha ~ Hermann Hesse,
603:I do want more. I am not content with being happy. I was not made for it. It is not my destiny. My destiny is the opposite. ~ Hermann Hesse,
604:Once a man takes honesty as his ideal, he cannot confine himself to showing the pleasant and reasonable side of his nature. ~ Hermann Hesse,
605:One day I would be a better hand at the game. One day I would learn how to laugh. Pablo was waiting for me, and Mozart too. ~ Hermann Hesse,
606:The purest soul that deeply thinks and sinks itself in Atman, His blessed heart will have no words to tell it to the world. ~ Hermann Hesse,
607:The things we see,” Pistorius said quietly, “are the same things that are in us. The only reality is the one we have in us. ~ Hermann Hesse,
608:Toda especie humana tiene sus caracteres, sus sellos, cada una tiene sus virtudes y sus vicios, cada una, su pecado mortal. ~ Hermann Hesse,
609:You could observe people's folly, you could laugh at them or feel sorry for them, but you had to let them go their own way. ~ Hermann Hesse,
610:And here is a doctrine at which you will laugh. It seems to me, Govinda, that love is the most important thing in the world. ~ Hermann Hesse,
611:Bilgelik bir başkasına anlatılamaz; bir bilgenin başkalarına anlatmaya çalıştığı bilgelik aptalca bir şey gibi gelir kulağa. ~ Hermann Hesse,
612:..it is useless for you to build walls and dormitories and chapels and churches. Death looks through the window and laughs.. ~ Hermann Hesse,
613:I was a gamble of Nature, a throw of the dice into an uncertain realm, leading perhaps to something new, perhaps to nothing; ~ Hermann Hesse,
614:There's something to walking with autumnal thoughts through the evening fog. One likes to compose poems at a time like that. ~ Hermann Hesse,
615:Todos los hombres podemos llegar a entendernos perfectamente, pero comprendernos sólo cada uno lo puede hacer consigo mismo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
616:All I really wanted was to try and live the life that was spontaneously welling up within me. Why was that so very difficult? ~ Hermann Hesse,
617:A wild longing for strong emotions and sensations seethes in me, a rage against this toneless, flat, normal and sterile life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
618:But peace, too, is a living thing and like all life it must wax and wane, accommodate, withstand trials, and undergo changes. ~ Hermann Hesse,
619:For this reason the bourgeois today burns as heretics and hangs as criminals those to whom he erects monuments tomorrow. That ~ Hermann Hesse,
620:Here it is Saturday. You wouldn't know how good it feels after a hard week."
"Oh, I can imagine," said Knulp with a smile. ~ Hermann Hesse,
621:HERMANN HESSE Siddhartha Der Steppenwolf ГЕРМАН ГЕССЕ Сіддхартха Повість Степовий вовк Роман Переклад з німецької ББК 84.4ПІ Г 43 ~ Anonymous,
622:I dropped all my defenses and was afraid of nothing in the world. I accepted all things and to all things I gave up my heart. ~ Hermann Hesse,
623:If you hate a person, you hate something in him that is part of yourself. What isn't part of ourselves doesn't disturb us.
   ~ Hermann Hesse,
624:I hope that you two young scholars may never lack superiors who are less intelligent than you; it is the best cure for pride. ~ Hermann Hesse,
625:We passed for jolly, unruly, even dangerous rioters, which was untrue of me, and we enjoyed a doubtful but heroic reputation. ~ Hermann Hesse,
626:Ah, das weiß ich heute: nichts auf der Welt ist dem Menschen mehr zuwider, als den Weg zu gehen, der ihn zu sich selber führt! ~ Hermann Hesse,
627:Deeply he felt, more deeply than ever before, in this hour, the indestructibility of every life, the eternity of every moment. ~ Hermann Hesse,
628:De um modo geral, não se deve temer a ninguém. Quando temos medo de alguém é porque demos a esse alguém algum poder sobre nós. ~ Hermann Hesse,
629:It is not for me to judge another man's life. I must judge, I must choose, I must spurn, purely for myself. For myself, alone. ~ Hermann Hesse,
630:It was lovely, and tempting, to exert power over men and to shine before others, but power also had its perditions and perils. ~ Hermann Hesse,
631:It was the first time they had come to blows; but their cowardice outweighed even their anger, and no serious damage resulted. ~ Hermann Hesse,
632:No one ever arrives home,” she said amiably. “But when the paths of friends meet, the whole world looks like home for a while. ~ Hermann Hesse,
633:the old buzzard told me his life's story. I only remember that it was interesting and unusual; I've forgotten all the details. ~ Hermann Hesse,
634:to listen with a still heart, with a waiting, open soul, without passion, without desire, without judgement, without opinions. ~ Hermann Hesse,
635:You are only afraid if you are not in harmony with yourself. People are afraid because they have never owned up to themselves. ~ Hermann Hesse,
636:You consider yourself odd at times, you accuse yourself of taking a road different from most people. You have to unlearn that. ~ Hermann Hesse,
637:Ach, das weiß ich heute: nichts auf der Welt ist dem Menschen mehr zuwider, als den Weg zu gehen, der ihn zu sich selber führt! ~ Hermann Hesse,
638:Chandogya-Upanishads. ‘In truth, the name of the Brahman is Satyam. Indeed, he who knows it enters the heavenly world each day. ~ Hermann Hesse,
639:Đòi người chỉ thục sự thống khổ, thật sự biến thành địa ngục khi hai thời đại, hai nền văn hóa và tôn giáo chồng chéo lên nhau. ~ Hermann Hesse,
640:Everyone can perform magic, everyone can reach his goals, if he is able to think, if he is able to wait, if he is able to fast. ~ Hermann Hesse,
641:it tastes of folly and bewilderment, of madness and dream, like the life of all people who no longer want to lie to themselves. ~ Hermann Hesse,
642:There are always a few such people who demand the utmost of life and yet cannot come to terms with its stupidity and crudeness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
643:Why did he, the irreproachable one, have to wash off sins every day, strive for a cleansing every day, over and over every day? ~ Hermann Hesse,
644:All I really wanted was to try and live the life that was spontaneously welling up within me. Why was that so very difficult? To ~ Hermann Hesse,
645:Come,” he called after a while, “let’s practice a little philosophy now; that is, let’s shut up, lie on our stomachs, and think. ~ Hermann Hesse,
646:En la eternidad, sin embargo, no hay tiempo, como ves: la eternidad es sólo un instante, lo suficientemente largo para una broma ~ Hermann Hesse,
647:Everything that is thought and expressed in words is one-sided, only half the truth; it all lacks totality, completeness, unity. ~ Hermann Hesse,
648:No one liked him, no one was on intimate terms with him... he was a good person but took no particular trouble to please anyone. ~ Hermann Hesse,
649:Possibly the apparent relapse they had suffered was not a fall and a cause for suffering, but a leap forward and a positive act. ~ Hermann Hesse,
650:Romantic souvenirs had a way of attaching themselves to one when one wanted to move on, but they were not to be taken seriously. ~ Hermann Hesse,
651:Dies Wasser lief und lief, immerzu lief es, und war doch immer da, war immer und allezeit dasselbe und doch jeden Augenblick neu! ~ Hermann Hesse,
652:It is not my place to judge another person’s life. Only for myself, for myself alone, I must decide, I must chose, I must refuse. ~ Hermann Hesse,
653:Ma egli aveva trovato finalmente con Narciso il rapporto che gli conveniva,non più di dipendenza, ma di libertà e di reciprocità. ~ Hermann Hesse,
654:The bourgeois prefers comfort to pleasure, convenience to liberty, and a pleasant temperature to the deathly inner consuming fire ~ Hermann Hesse,
655:Be so true to that active seed planted inside you that, in living out its growth, you can be surprised by nothing unknown to come. ~ Hermann Hesse,
656:Everyone can perform magic, everyone can reach his goals, if
he is able to think, if he is able to wait, if he is able to fast. ~ Hermann Hesse,
657:First you must climb the Mountain of Knowledge, then you must perform some deeds, and finally you must find love and become happy. ~ Hermann Hesse,
658:How could I fail to be a lone wolf, and an uncouth hermit, as I did not share one of its aims nor understand one of its pleasures? ~ Hermann Hesse,
659:If you hate a person, you hate something in him that is part of yourself. What isn't part of ourselves doesn't disturb us. ~ Hermann Hesse, Demian,
660:In every truth, the opposite is equally true. For example, a truth can only be expressed and enveloped in words if it is onesided. ~ Hermann Hesse,
661:It is not our purpose to become each other; it is to recognize each other, to learn to see the other and honor him for what he is. ~ Hermann Hesse,
662:The bourgeois prefers comfort to pleasure, convenience to liberty, and a pleasant temperature to the deathly inner consuming fire. ~ Hermann Hesse,
663:The water changed to vapour and rose, became rain and came down again, became spring, brook and river, changed a new, flowed anew. ~ Hermann Hesse,
664:Her chatter had set her free from a long week of loneliness, of doing what she was told and saying nothing. She was all cheered up. ~ Hermann Hesse,
665:Siddhartha considered his circumstances. Thinking did not come easily to him. He didn't really feel like it, but he forced himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
666:Sinclair, your love is attracted to me. Once it begins to attract me, i will come. I will not make a gift of myself, I must be won. ~ Hermann Hesse,
667:So you can't dance? Not at all? Not even one step? How can you say that you've taken any trouble to live when you won't even dance? ~ Hermann Hesse,
668:I'm always running into the Sunday God of churchgoing Christians and cannot help noticing that he doesn't help out much on weekdays. ~ Hermann Hesse,
669:In each individual the spirit has become flesh, in each man the creation suffers, within each one a redeemer is nailed to the cross. ~ Hermann Hesse,
670:Inimene pole ju mingi kindel ega püsiv vorm, pigem on ta katse ja üleminek, ei midagi muud kui riskantne sild looduse ja vaimu vahel ~ Hermann Hesse,
671:Nothing,” said he in the mirror, “I am only waiting. I am waiting for death.”
“Where is death then?”
“Coming,” said the other. ~ Hermann Hesse,
672:The man of power is ruined by power, the man of money by money, the submissive man by subservience, the pleasure seeker by pleasure. ~ Hermann Hesse,
673:Things are going downhill with you!’ he said to himself, and laughed
about it . . . and he also saw the river going downhill. . . ~ Hermann Hesse,
674:To be able to throw one's self away for the sake of a moment, to be able to sacrifice years for a woman's smile - that is happiness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
675:Whether you and I and a few others will renew the world some day remains to be seen. But within ourselves we must renew it each day. ~ Hermann Hesse,
676:A father can pass on his nose and eyes and even his intelligence to his child, but not his soul. In every human being the soul is new ~ Hermann Hesse,
677:All the girls I had ever loved were mine. Each gave me what she alone had to give and to each I gave what she alone knew how to take. ~ Hermann Hesse,
678:Here, too, I found neither home nor company, nothing but a seat from which to view a stage where strange people played strange parts. ~ Hermann Hesse,
679:I felt and saw the night outside deep within me. Wind and wetness, autumn, bitter smell of foliage, scattered leaves of the elm tree. ~ Hermann Hesse,
680:Oh, I know it today: nothing in the world is more repugnant to a man than following the path that leads him to himself! Nevertheless, ~ Hermann Hesse,
681:That last thing is what you can't get. Nobody can get to that last thing. We keep on living in hopes of catching it once and for all. ~ Hermann Hesse,
682:The marvel of the Bhagavad-Gita is its truly beautiful revelation of life's wisdom which enables philosophy to blossom into religion. ~ Hermann Hesse,
683:All interpretation, all psychology, all attempts to make things comprehensible, require the medium of theories, mythologies, and lies. ~ Hermann Hesse,
684:And all at once I felt repelled by this whole genre, by this cult of mythologies, by this jigsaw puzzle of handed-down forms of faith. ~ Hermann Hesse,
685:Descubrí el gusto de la muerte, y la muerte sabe amarga porque es nacimiento, es miedo e incertidumbre ante una aterradora renovación. ~ Hermann Hesse,
686:Descubrí el gusto de la muerte; y la muerte sabe amarga porque es nacimiento, es miedo e incertidumbre ante una aterradora renovación. ~ Hermann Hesse,
687:For the first time in my life I tasted death, and death tasted bitter, for death is birth, is fear and dread of some terrible renewal. ~ Hermann Hesse,
688:I have always been a great dreamer; in dreams I am more active than in my real life, and these shadows sapped me of health and energy. ~ Hermann Hesse,
689:Therefore, it seems to me that everything that exists is good—death as well as life, sin as well as holiness, wisdom as well as folly. ~ Hermann Hesse,
690:Life is waiting everywhere, the future is flowering everywhere, but we only see a small part of it and step on much of it with our feet ~ Hermann Hesse,
691:Nezavisnost je hladna, oh da, ali je i spokojna, čudesno spokojna i prostrana kao onaj hladni i tihi prostor u kome se okreću zvijezde. ~ Hermann Hesse,
692:Once you are able to make your request in such a way that you will be quite certain of its fulfillment, then the fulfillment will come. ~ Hermann Hesse,
693:Aquel que sólo quiere su destino no tiene ya modelos ni ideales, amores ni consuelos. Tal es el camino que realmente debería uno seguir. ~ Hermann Hesse,
694:He saw that the water continually flowed and flowed and yet it was always there; it was always the same and yet every moment it was new. ~ Hermann Hesse,
695:I don't believe in our politics, our way of thinking, believing, amusing ourselves; I don't share a single one of the ideals of our age. ~ Hermann Hesse,
696:Life is waiting everywhere, the future is flowering everywhere, but we only see a small part of it and step on much of it with our feet. ~ Hermann Hesse,
697:No está la muerte ni allí ni aquí,
se alza en todos los senderos.
Está en ti y está en mí
tan pronto como traicionamos la vida ~ Hermann Hesse,
698:No, my dear, how should I be sad? I, who have been rich and happy, have become even richer and happier now. My son has been given to me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
699:The world has become lovelier. I am alone, and I don’t suffer from my loneliness. I don’t want life to be anything other than what it is ~ Hermann Hesse,
700:Wenn wir einen Menschen glücklicher und heiterer machen können, so sollten wir es in jedem Fall tun, mag er uns darum bitten oder nicht. ~ Hermann Hesse,
701:What could I say to you that would be of value, except that perhaps you seek too much, that as a result of your seeking you cannot find. ~ Hermann Hesse,
702:What for me is bliss and life and ecstasy and exaltation, the world in general seeks at most in imagination; in life it finds it absurd. ~ Hermann Hesse,
703:You know quite well, deep within you, that there is only a single magic, a single power, a single salvation, & that is called loving. ~ Hermann Hesse,
704:A house without books is a poor house, even if beautiful rugs are covering its floors and precious wallpapers and pictures cover its walls ~ Hermann Hesse,
705:Everyone gives what he has. The soldier gives strength, the merchant goods, the teacher instruction, the farmer rice, the fisherman fish. ~ Hermann Hesse,
706:For me, trees have always been the most penetrating preachers. I revere them when they live in tribes and families, in forests and groves. ~ Hermann Hesse,
707:Ta ja nisam hteo ništa drugo nego da pokušam proživeti ono što je samo od sebe htelo da izbija iz mene. Zašto je to bilo tako mnogo teško? ~ Hermann Hesse,
708:Nothing is caused by demons. There are no demons. Everyone can perform magic, everyone can reach his goal, if he can think, wait, and fast. ~ Hermann Hesse,
709:Seeking nothing, emulating nothing, breathing gently, he moved in an atmosphere of imperishable calm, impresihable light, inviolable peace. ~ Hermann Hesse,
710:Sitä mikä ihmisillä on yhteistä on paljon enemmän ja se on tärkeämpää kuin se mitä kullakin on vain itselleen ja mikä erottaa hänet muista. ~ Hermann Hesse,
711:Taip daug, tūkstančiai žmonių įgijo brangiausią turtą- laimę, bet kodėl ne aš? Net piktieji, netgi vagys ar plėšikai yra mylimi, tik ne aš. ~ Hermann Hesse,
712:To recognize causes is to think, and through thought alone feelings become knowledge and are not lost, but become real and begin to mature. ~ Hermann Hesse,
713:Whither will my path yet lead me? This path is stupid, it goes in spirals, perhaps in circles, but whichever way it goes, I will follow it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
714:Yes, so it was, everything came back, which had not been suffered and solved up to its end, the same pain was suffered over and over again. ~ Hermann Hesse,
715:You must find your dream...but no dream lasts forever, each dream is followed by another, and one should not cling to any particular dream. ~ Hermann Hesse,
716:For us mankind was a distant future toward which we were all journeying, whose aspect no one knew, whose laws weren’t written down anywhere. ~ Hermann Hesse,
717:I had often observed the sparkle in the eye of those who told me of it and I had always treated it with a half-superior, half-envious smile. ~ Hermann Hesse,
718:I, who had been solitary for so long, became acquainted with the society that is possible among people who have experienced total isolation. ~ Hermann Hesse,
719:Look: We hate nothing that exists, not even death, suffering and dying, does not horrify our souls, as long as we learn more deeply to love. ~ Hermann Hesse,
720:The most lively young people become the best old people, not those who pretend to be as wise as grandfathers while they are still in school. ~ Hermann Hesse,
721:this water ran and ran, incessantly it ran, and was nevertheless always there, was always at all times the same and yet new in every moment! ~ Hermann Hesse,
722:To sit near her, to hear her voice occasionally, and to share in the atmosphere of soulful maturity that surrounded her was happiness to me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
723:We have to stumble through so much dirt and humbug before we reach home. And we have no one to guide us. Our only guide is our homesickness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
724:Alas, Siddhartha, I see you suffering, but you're suffering a pain at which one would like to laugh, at which you'll soon laugh for yourself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
725:An enlightened man had but one duty - to seek the way to himself, to reach inner certainty, to grope his way forward, no matter where it led. ~ Hermann Hesse,
726:But how are you going to die one day, Narcissus, since you have no mother? Without a mother one cannot love. Without a mother one cannot die. ~ Hermann Hesse,
727:He looked the blond lion straight in the eye and learned how large and wonderful the wild world was where there are no cages or human beings. ~ Hermann Hesse,
728:He loved that anxiety, that terrible and oppressive anxiety which he experienced during the game of dice, during the suspense of high stakes. ~ Hermann Hesse,
729:Mes turime išklampoti tiek purvo ir absurdo, kad pareitume namo! Ir mes nieko neturime, kas mus vestų, vienintelis mūsų vedlys - namų ilgesys ~ Hermann Hesse,
730:no matter how close two human beings may be, there is always a gulf between them which only love can bridge, and that only from hour to hour. ~ Hermann Hesse,
731:Nunca se llega a puerto dijo afablemente. Pero cuando dos rutas amigas coinciden, todo el mundo nos parece, por una hora, el anhelado puerto. ~ Hermann Hesse,
732:Siempre es bueno tener conciencia de que dentro de nosotros hay alguien que todo lo sabe, lo quiere y lo hace todo mejor que nosotros mismos. ~ Hermann Hesse,
733:Someone who seeks nothing but his own fate no longer has any companions, he stands quite alone and has only cold, universal space around him. ~ Hermann Hesse,
734:they experienced the greater part of their destinies and satisfactions, their joys and sorrows, more in imagination than in tangible reality. ~ Hermann Hesse,
735:It’s so good to know this: that inside us there’s a self that knows everything, wills everything, does everything better than we ourselves do. ~ Hermann Hesse,
736:It was this very thing, it seemed to him now, which had been his sickness before: that he was not able to love anybody or anything. Siddhartha ~ Hermann Hesse,
737:Man braucht vor niemand Angst zu haben. Wenn man jemanden fürchtet, dann kommt es daher, daß man diesem Jemand Macht über sich eingeräumt hat. ~ Hermann Hesse,
738:Painting is marvelous; it makes you happier and more patient. Afterwards you do not have black fingers as with writing, but blue and red ones. ~ Hermann Hesse,
739:Those who are too lazy and comfortable to think for themselves and be their own judges obey the laws. Others sense their own laws within them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
740:Uno siempre puede volver a ser inocente si, en lugar de buscar la culpa en los demás, reconoce su dolor y su culpa y los lleva hasta el final. ~ Hermann Hesse,
741:You are clever, O Samana,” said the Illustrious One, “you know how to speak cleverly, my friend. Be on your guard against too much cleverness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
742:I call a man awake who knows in his conscious reason his innermost unreasonable forces, drives, and weaknesses and knows how to deal with them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
743:Novalis and Dostoyevsky, awaited me just as do the mother, or the wife, the children, maids, dogs and cats in the case of more sensible people. ~ Hermann Hesse,
744:...we have to stumble through so much dirt and humbug before we reach home. And we have no one to guide us. Our only guide is our homesickness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
745:Wisdom cannot be imparted. Wisdom that a wise man attempts to impart always sounds like foolishness to someone else.


Hermann Hesse ~ Hermann Hesse,
746:Always, over and over, these days and nights will come, the anxiety, the aversion, the doubt. And I will still live, and I will still love life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
747:Because the world is so full of death and horror, I try again and again to console my heart and pick the flowers that grow in the midst of hell. ~ Hermann Hesse,
748:Dentro de cada hombre podemos encontrar un espíritu que sufre y que se crucifica; asimismo, en cada crucifixión podemos encontrar a un salvador. ~ Hermann Hesse,
749:Din când în când deslușea în străfundul pieptului său un glas ușor, firav, care-l avertiza încet, i se jeluia încet, iar el abia dacă mai auzea. ~ Hermann Hesse,
750:El pájaro rompe el cascarón. El huevo es el mundo. El que quiere nacer tiene que romper un mundo. El pájaro vuela hacia Dios. El Dios es Abraxas ~ Hermann Hesse,
751:I had considered myself some kind of genius and had considerably underestimated the toils and difficulties encountered along the path to an art. ~ Hermann Hesse,
752:Love must neither beg nor demand. Love must be strong enough to find certainty within itself. It then cease to be moved and becomes the mover. ~ Hermann Hesse,
753:Now, he had to experience his self.. . . But never, he had really found
this self, because he had wanted to capture it in the net of thought. ~ Hermann Hesse,
754:One never reaches home,' she said. 'But where paths that have an affinity for each other intersect, the whole world looks like home, for a time. ~ Hermann Hesse,
755:Only when I found myself sitting in front of you did I realize that my wish was only half fulfilled and that my sole aim was to sit next to you. ~ Hermann Hesse,
756:the freedom to ... regard the future as the hope and product of my own strength and not as something fashioned by some strange power from above. ~ Hermann Hesse,
757:el rostro de Siddharta brillaba con la misma clase de sonrisa. Su herida florecía, su sufrimiento se iluminaba, su yo había entrado en la unidad. ~ Hermann Hesse,
758:For the first time I tasted death, and death tastes bitter because it is birth, it is anxiety and terror in the face of a frightening innovation. ~ Hermann Hesse,
759:I have been and still am a seeker, but I have ceased to question stars and books; I have begun to listen to the teaching my blood whispers to me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
760:Nuestro objetivo no es el cambiarnos uno en otro sino el conocernos mutuamente y acostumbrarnos a ver y venerar cada cuál en el otro lo que él es ~ Hermann Hesse,
761:Wenn wir einen Menschen hassen, so hassen wir in seinem Bild etwas, was in uns selber sitzt. Was nicht in uns selber ist, das regt uns nicht auf. ~ Hermann Hesse,
762:You must throw away everything you have and wash yourself clean of the past; otherwise you will never be able to face the world [happy and free]. ~ Hermann Hesse,
763:And they didn't like to pay with trust and love, but rather with money and goods. They betrayed each other and expected being betrayed themselves. ~ Hermann Hesse,
764:Debemos andar a ciegas entre tanta suciedad y tanto disparate. Y no tenemos a nadie que nos indique el camino; nuestra única guía es la nostalgia. ~ Hermann Hesse,
765:Everything is necessary, everything needs only my agreement, my assent, my loving understanding; then all is well with me and nothing can harm me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
766:The purifications were nice, but they were just water, and didn't wash away sins; they didn't cure the mental thirst or allay his heart's anxiety. ~ Hermann Hesse,
767:I began to sense that I would be a stranger in society for the rest of my life, and the desire was born in me to lead my life outside this society. ~ Hermann Hesse,
768:I had made my mind up to stay at the top of the class and … graduate at the head of it. … That was my kind of ideal. I just didn't know any better. ~ Hermann Hesse,
769:suicide, though a way out, is rather a mean and shabby one, and that it is nobler and finer to be conquered by life than to fall by one’s own hand. ~ Hermann Hesse,
770:The world is not imperfect or slowly evolving along a path to perfection. No, it is perfect at every moment, every sin already carries grace in it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
771:Wasn’t I merely human, just a poor simple guy who had been drawn into doing things against my feelings that not even God would demand of me? Wasn’t ~ Hermann Hesse,
772:Yalnız yaşıyorsunuz, yalnızlığınızdan sizi yoksun bırakmak istemem. Ama zaman zaman insan temiz kalpli ve dürüst birinin yüzünü görmeden duramıyor. ~ Hermann Hesse,
773:He saw: this water ran and ran, incessantly it ran, and was nevertheless always there, was always at all times the same and yet new in every moment! ~ Hermann Hesse,
774:Jie grumiasi taip, kaip kleptomanas grumiasi su savo yda. Stepių Vilkui taip pat buvo gerai žinoma šita kova, jis grūmėsi, visaip keisdamas ginklus. ~ Hermann Hesse,
775:There was nothing to be made of us intellectuals. We were a superfluous, irresponsible lot of talented chatterboxes for whom reality had no meaning. ~ Hermann Hesse,
776:With a smile, the man at the oar moved from side to side: "It is beautiful, sir, it is as you say. But isn't every life, isn't every work beautiful? ~ Hermann Hesse,
777:you
should also learn this: love can be obtained by begging, buying, receiving
it as a gift, finding it in the street, but it cannot be stolen ~ Hermann Hesse,
778:Any attempt to replace a personal conscience by a collective conscience does violence to the individual and is the first step toward totalitarianism. ~ Hermann Hesse,
779:El amor no debe pedir . . . ni exigir tampoco. Ha de tener la fuerza de llegar en sí mismo a la certeza, y entonces atrae ya en lugar de ser atraído. ~ Hermann Hesse,
780:I am curious to see all the same just how much a man can endure. If the limit of what is bearable is reached, I have only to open the door to escape. ~ Hermann Hesse,
781:If time is not real, then the dividing line between this world and eternity, between suffering and bliss, between good and evil, is also an illusion. ~ Hermann Hesse,
782:Korkak halkların yürekliliği göklere çıkaran halk ezgileri vardır. Sevgi nedir bilmeyenlerin de sevginin yüceliği üzerine yazılmış tiyatro yapıtları. ~ Hermann Hesse,
783:To deal with history [life] means to abandon one's self to chaos but to retain a belief in the ordination and the meaning. It is a very serious task. ~ Hermann Hesse,
784:[...] tutto mentiva, tutto puzzava, puzzava di menzogna, tutto simulava un significato di bontà e di bellezza, e tutto era inconfessata putrefazione. ~ Hermann Hesse,
785:Es sabido que nadie escribe tan mal como los defensores de ideologías que envejecen, que nadie ejerce su oficio con menos pulcritud y cuidado. Armanda ~ Hermann Hesse,
786:I believe that I am not responsible for the meaningfulness or meaninglessness of life, but that I am responsible for what I do with the life I've got. ~ Hermann Hesse,
787:I don’t differentiate much between thoughts and words. To be
honest, I also have no high opinion of thoughts. I have a better opinion
of things. ~ Hermann Hesse,
788:I don't know much about spirits. I live in my dreams--that's what you sense. Other people live in dreams, but not in their own. That's the difference. ~ Hermann Hesse,
789:It’s just another story right out of a sermon, saccharine and dishonest, tugging sentimentally at your heartstrings, with a highly edifying background ~ Hermann Hesse,
790:The kind of person we want to develop, the kind of person we aim to become, would at any time be able to exchange his discipline or art for any other. ~ Hermann Hesse,
791:Todo lo demás eran medianías, un intento de evasión, de buscar refugio en el ideal de la masa; era amoldarse; era miedo ante la propia individualidad. ~ Hermann Hesse,
792:Ah, Harry, we have to stumble through so much dirt and humbug before we reach home. And we have no one to guide us. Our only guide is our homesickness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
793:Der Wanderer hat das Beste und das Zarteste von allen Genüssen, weil er neben dem Schmecken auch noch das Wissen von der Flüchtigkeit aller Freude hat. ~ Hermann Hesse,
794:I had made my mind up to stay at the top of the class and […] graduate at the head of it. […] that was my kind of ideal. I just didn't know any better. ~ Hermann Hesse,
795:I have always been a great dreamer. In dreams I have always been more active than in my real life, and these shadows sapped me of my health and energy. ~ Hermann Hesse,
796:Pero ni los caminos ni los rodeos importan si al fin ha de surgir a la luz la verdadera necesidad del alma, adormecida y engañada durante tanto tiempo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
797:The river is everywhere at the same time . . . everywhere and the present only exists for it, not the shadow of the past, nor the shadow of the future. ~ Hermann Hesse,
798:They both listened silently to the water, which to them was not just water, but the voice of life, the voice of Being, the voice of perpetual Becoming. ~ Hermann Hesse,
799:Time and the world, money and power belong to the small people and the shallow people. To the rest, to the real men belongs nothing. Nothing but death. ~ Hermann Hesse,
800:Von den vielen Welten, die der Mensch nicht von der Natur bekam, sondern sich aus dem eigenen Geist geschaffen hat, ist die Welt der Bücher die größte. ~ Hermann Hesse,
801:Wisdom is nothing but a preparation of the soul, a capacity, a secret art of thinking, feeling and breathing thoughts of unity at every moment of life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
802:[Y]ou have no happiness in your heart, no power, no will that does not live in us as a presentiment, a reflection, a distant shadow in our hearts, too. ~ Hermann Hesse,
803:Cuando odiamos a un hombre, odiamos en su imagen algo que llevamos en nosotros mismos. Lo que no está también en nosotros mismos, nos deja indiferentes. ~ Hermann Hesse,
804:El sufrimiento, el desencanto y la melancolía existen no para irritarnos o para despojarnos de nuestra dignidad, sino para madurarnos y transfigurarnos. ~ Hermann Hesse,
805:Floribert could neither sing nor recite these poems because they were without words, but he dreamed and felt them sometimes, especially in the evenings. ~ Hermann Hesse,
806:Könnte ich es sagen und lehren, so wäre ich ein Weiser. So aber bin ich nur ein Fährmann und meine Aufgabe ist es, Menschen über diesen Fluss zu setzen. ~ Hermann Hesse,
807:People run to one another for shelter because they’re afraid of one another—capitalists stick together, workers stick together, scholars stick together! ~ Hermann Hesse,
808:Pero cuando se conoce lo otro, ya no se puede elegir el camino de la mayoría. Sinclair, el camino de la mayoría es fácil, el nuestro difícil. Caminemos. ~ Hermann Hesse,
809:When I struck, I thought I was hitting a strong man capable of defending himself—but it was a quiet, suffering man, unarmed, who surrendered in silence. ~ Hermann Hesse,
810:After so many years of foolishness, you have once again had an idea, have done something, have heard the bird in your chest singing and have followed it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
811:I had made my mind up to stay at the top of the class and [...] graduate at the head of it. […] that was my kind of ideal. I just didn't know any better. ~ Hermann Hesse,
812:In any case, the most lively young people become the best old people, not those who pretend to be as wise as grandfathers while they are still at school. ~ Hermann Hesse,
813:It enraged and exhausted me to observe how the common daily life callously demanded its due and devoured the abundance of optimism I had brought with me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
814:La juventud es un engaño -un engaño de la prensa y libros de texto. ¡La mejor época de la vida! […] La juventud es la época más difícil de la existencia. ~ Hermann Hesse,
815:L'amore non deve implorare e nemmeno pretendere. L'amore deve avere la forza di diventare certezza dentro di sè. Allora non è più trascinato ma trascina. ~ Hermann Hesse,
816:L'existence humaine ne devient une véritable souffrance, un enfer que lorsque deux époques, deux cultures, deux religions interfèrent l'une avec l'autre. ~ Hermann Hesse,
817:Sentimentality is a basking in feelings that in reality you don't take seriously enough to make the slightest sacrifice to or ever translate into action. ~ Hermann Hesse,
818:There is, so I believe, in the essence of everything, something that we cannot call learning. There is, my friend, only a knowledge - that is everywhere. ~ Hermann Hesse,
819:Todas las especies humanas tienen sus caracteres, sus sellos clásicos, cada una tiene sus vicios y sus virtudes, cada una de ellas tiene su pecado mortal ~ Hermann Hesse,
820:It was a mystery … whether the solemn, silent man possessed more than human wisdom and stillness of spirit, or whether his mental powers had deserted him. ~ Hermann Hesse,
821:When I struck, I thought I was hitting a strong man capable of defending himself - but it was a quiet, suffering man, unarmed, who surrendered in silence. ~ Hermann Hesse,
822:When someone who badly needs something finds it, it isn’t an accident that brings it his way, but he himself, his own desire and necessity lead him to it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
823:Words do not express thoughts very well. They always become a little different immediately after they are expressed, a little distorted, a little foolish. ~ Hermann Hesse,
824:Ephemeral, highly ephemeral is the world of formations; ephemeral, highly ephemeral are our clothes and hairstyles, and our hair and our bodies themselves. ~ Hermann Hesse,
825:He wanted to strive for nothing, except for what the voice commanded him to strive for, dwell on nothing, except where the voice would advise him to do so. ~ Hermann Hesse,
826:It was my own business to cope with myself and find my own path, and I conducted my business badly, just as most children do who have been well brought up. ~ Hermann Hesse,
827:So you find yourself surrounded by death and horror in the world, and you escape it into lust. But lust has no duration; it leaves you again in the desert. ~ Hermann Hesse,
828:When you listen to radio you are a witness of the everlasting war between idea and appearance, between time and eternity, between the human and the divine. ~ Hermann Hesse,
829:Each man's life represents a road toward himself, an attempt at such a road, the intimation of a path. No man has ever been entirely and completely himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
830:El pájaro rompe el cascarón. El cascarón es el mundo. Quien quiera nacer, tiene que destruir un mundo. El pájaro vuela hacia Dios. El dios se llama Abraxas. ~ Hermann Hesse,
831:Knowledge can be communicated, but not wisdom. One can find it, live it, be fortified by it, do wonders through it, but one cannot communicate and teach it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
832:The best weapons against the infamies of life are courage, wilfulness and patience. Courage strenthens, wilfulness is fun and patience provides tranquility. ~ Hermann Hesse,
833:The law?" I asked curiously. "What law's that, Leo?"
"The law of service. He who wishes to live must serve, but he who wishes to rule does not live long. ~ Hermann Hesse,
834:Dass der Schüler sein Glück nur im Traum erlebt hat, ist gewiß keine Abschwächung, denn die meisten Menschen erleben ihre Träume viel heftiger als ihr Leben. ~ Hermann Hesse,
835:Die Worte tun dem geheimen Sinn nicht gut, es wird immer alles gleich ein wenig anders, wenn man es ausspricht, ein wenig verfälscht ein wenig närrisch (...) ~ Hermann Hesse,
836:Each gives what he has. The warrior gives strength, the businessman gives goods, the teacher gives teaching, the farmer gives rice, the fisherman gives fish. ~ Hermann Hesse,
837:El pájaro rompe el cascarón. El cascarón es el mundo . Quien quiera nacer , tiene que destruir un mundo. El pájaro vuela hacia Dios. El dios se llama Abraxas ~ Hermann Hesse,
838:I am fond of music I think because it is so amoral. Everything else is moral and I am after something that isn't. I have always found moralizing intolerable. ~ Hermann Hesse,
839:Oni tačno znaju koliko je grama baruta potrebno da se ubije jedan čovek, ali ne znaju kako se moli bogu, ne znaju čak kako se može biti srećan bar jedan sat. ~ Hermann Hesse,
840:Rothfuss thought about his eccentric friend who wanted nothing of life but to look on, and ... could not have said if this was asking too much or too little. ~ Hermann Hesse,
841:Suchen heißt: ein Ziel haben. Finden aber heißt: frei sein, offen stehen, kein Ziel haben ... Ein Sucher sieht manches nicht, was nah vor seinen Augen steht. ~ Hermann Hesse,
842:The bird fights its way out of the egg. The egg is the world. Who would be born must first destroy a world. The bird flies to God. The God's name is Abraxas. ~ Hermann Hesse,
843:There are numerous ways in which God can make us lonely and lead us back to ourselves. This is the way He dealt with me at the time. It was like a bad dream. ~ Hermann Hesse,
844:The world, my friend Govinda, is not imperfect or confined at a point somewhere along a gradual pathway toward perfection. No, it is perfect at every moment. ~ Hermann Hesse,
845:Had he ever lost his heart so much to something, had he ever loved any person thus, thus blindly, thus sufferingly, thus unsuccessfully, and yet thus happily? ~ Hermann Hesse,
846:Se tiene miedo cuando no se está de acuerdo consigo mismo. Las personas tienen miedo porque no se han atrevido jamás a seguir sus propios impulsos interiores. ~ Hermann Hesse,
847:The bird fights its way out of the egg. The egg is the world. Who would be born must first destroy a world. The bird flies to God. That God's name is Abraxas. ~ Hermann Hesse,
848:To stiffen into stone, to persevere!
We long forever for the right to stay.
But all that stays with us is fear,
And we shall never rest upon our way. ~ Hermann Hesse,
849:Ja, ohne Zweifel würde auch dieser Schmerz, auch diese bittere Not alt und müde werden, auch sie würde er vergessen. Nichts hatte Bestand, auch nicht das Leid. ~ Hermann Hesse,
850:Sufría menos con un dolor real y físico que con el temor de agonía de que volviera la conciencia y me arrebataran la copa del olvido que la muerte me brindaba. ~ Hermann Hesse,
851:As palavras não fazem bem ao sentido oculto, tudo o que é igual torna-se sempre um pouco diferente quando é dito em voz alta, um pouco falseado, um pouco louco. ~ Hermann Hesse,
852:Güvenin ve dürüstlüğün bize zarar verebileceğini deneyimle öğrendim. İlgisiz öğretmenlere yalan söylemenin ve gerçek benliğini gizlemenin gerekliliğini anladım. ~ Hermann Hesse,
853:His office, perhaps, was to help guide people to themselves, as he had done for me. To give them something altogether novel, their new gods, was not his office. ~ Hermann Hesse,
854:...how mean and foolish are the living, with their never-ending terrors and curiosities, the puny effort of their lives, when faced with the quiet, kingly dead. ~ Hermann Hesse,
855:I have known it for a long time but I have only just experienced it. Now I know it not only with my intellect, but with my eyes, with my heart, with my stomach. ~ Hermann Hesse,
856:Let the little way to death be as it might, the kernel of this life of mine was noble. It had purpose and character and turned not on trifles, but on the stars. ~ Hermann Hesse,
857:No sé cómo es esto, pero yo, el lobo estepario sin hogar, el enemigo solitario del mundo de la pequeña burguesía, yo vivo siempre en verdaderas casas burguesas. ~ Hermann Hesse,
858:Onu bulmak gerekiyor, kendi Ben'inde bu asıl pınarı bulmak, onu bulum özümsemek gerekiyordu! Başka türlüsü aramaktı yalnız, dolambaçlı yoldu, yolunu şaşırmaktı. ~ Hermann Hesse,
859:The fact that the student enjoyed his happiness only in a dream should not diminish it, for most people experience their dreams more intensely than their lives. ~ Hermann Hesse,
860:They knew a tremendous number of things — But was it worthwhile knowing all these things if they did not know the one important thing, the only important thing? ~ Hermann Hesse,
861:Yo te enseñaré a bailar y a jugar y a sonreír y a no estar contento, sin embargo. Y aprenderé de ti a pensar y a saber y a no estar satisfecha, a pesar de todo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
862:You certainly don’t consider all the bipeds running around the street to be human beings merely because they walk upright and carry their young for nine months? ~ Hermann Hesse,
863:By degrees during the afternoon he warmed and became alive, and only towards evening, on his good days, was he productive, active and, sometimes, aglow with joy. ~ Hermann Hesse,
864:He lost himself a thousand times and for days one end he dwelt in nonbeing. But although the paths took him away from self, in the end they always led back to it ~ Hermann Hesse,
865:You will become tired, Siddhartha." "I will become tired." "You will fall asleep, Siddhartha." "I will not fall asleep." "You will die, Siddhartha." "I will die. ~ Hermann Hesse,
866:Ach Harry, wir müssen durch so viel Dreck und Unsinn tappen, um nach Hause zu kommen! Und wir haben niemand, der uns führt, unser einziger Führer ist das Heimweh. ~ Hermann Hesse,
867:But living alone forever and ever, among the quietly sleeping tree trunks, with animals that ran away, with whom one could not speak—that would be unbearably sad. ~ Hermann Hesse,
868:Ich war ein Suchender und bin es noch, aber ich suche nicht mehr auf den Sternen und in den Büchern, ich beginne die Lehren zu hören, die mein Blut in mir rauscht ~ Hermann Hesse,
869:If you order, with the absolute conviction that his wish will come, it will happen that way. But you mix the desire, fear and regret, and that is a contradiction. ~ Hermann Hesse,
870:I suspected that the man was ailing, ailing in the spirit in some way, or in his temperament or character, and I shrank from him with the instinct of the healthy. ~ Hermann Hesse,
871:It taught him how to listen -- how to listen with a quiet heart and a waiting soul, open soul, without passion, without desire, without judgment, without opinion. ~ Hermann Hesse,
872:La sabiduría no es comunicativa. La sabiduría que un sabio intenta comunicar suena siempre a necedad. Se pueden transmitir los conocimientos pero la sabiduría no. ~ Hermann Hesse,
873:La soledad era fría, es cierto, pero también era tranquila, maravillosamente tranquila y grande, como el tranquilo espacio frío en el que se mueven las estrellas. ~ Hermann Hesse,
874:At one time I had given much thought to why men were so very rarely capable of living for an ideal. Now I saw that many, no, all men were capable of dying for one. ~ Hermann Hesse,
875:Man svarbu mokėti mylėti pasaulį, neniekinti jo, nejausti neapykantos jam ir sau, žvelgti į jį, į save ir į visas būtybes su meile, susižavėjimu ir didžia pagarba. ~ Hermann Hesse,
876:Our mind is capable of passing beyond the dividing line we have drawn for it. Beyond the pairs of opposites of which the world consists, other, new insights begin. ~ Hermann Hesse,
877:Some day you will think of what I am going to say to you now: our friendship has no other purpose, no other reason, than to show you how utterly unlike me you are. ~ Hermann Hesse,
878:The high value put upon every minute of time, the idea of hurry-hurry as the most important objective of living, is unquestionably the most dangerous enemy of joy. ~ Hermann Hesse,
879:The way to innocence, to the uncreated and to God leads on, not back, not back to the wolf or to the child, but ever further into sin, ever deeper into human life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
880:Zaman aşılır aşılmaz, zaman düşüncesi kafadan çıkarılır çıkarılmaz dünyadaki büyük güçlükler, bütün düşmanlıklar silinip gitmiyor mu, yenilgiye uğratılmıyor muydu? ~ Hermann Hesse,
881:But I need to feel beautiful and holy things around me, always: music, mystery cults, symbols, myths. I need it, and I refuse to give it up... That’s my fatal flaw. ~ Hermann Hesse,
882:[F]or to recognize causes, it seemed to him, is to think, and through thought alone feelings become knowledge and are not lost, but become real and begin to mature. ~ Hermann Hesse,
883:How unusually beautiful the forest was in the morning without anyone walking through it but him, column after column of spruce, a vast hall with a blue-green vault. ~ Hermann Hesse,
884:I closed my eyes obediently; I felt a light kiss on my lips, on which there was always a little accumulation of blood that wouldn't decrease. And then I fell asleep ~ Hermann Hesse,
885:Ja, man muß seinen Traum finden, dann wird der Weg leicht. Aber es gibt keinen immerwährenden Traum, jeden löst ein neuer ab, und keinen darf man festhalten wollen. ~ Hermann Hesse,
886:Seriousness is an accident of time. It consists of putting too high a value on time. In eternity there is no time. Eternity is a moment, just long enough for a joke ~ Hermann Hesse,
887:The air and earth had lived in response to his dreams and desires. … [E]ven today … this world belonged to him as much as to any owners of these houses and gardens. ~ Hermann Hesse,
888:Above all, it taught him how to listen—how to listen with a quiet heart and a waiting, open soul, without passion, without desire, without judgment, without opinion. ~ Hermann Hesse,
889:everything only requires my consent, only my willingness, my loving agreement, to be good for me, to do nothing but work for my benefit, to be unable to ever harm me ~ Hermann Hesse,
890:Few people nowadays know what man is. Many feel it intuitively and die more easily for that reason, just as I shall die more easily when I have completed this story. ~ Hermann Hesse,
891:he carried with him, obscured by only the lightest of veils, the awareness that a door was open and that one quick step could carry him to freedom whenever he chose. ~ Hermann Hesse,
892:All the people who have affected the course of mankind, all of them without exception, were only capable and influential because they were prepared for their destiny. ~ Hermann Hesse,
893:Es war einmal einer namens Harry, genannt der Steppenwolf. Er ging auf zwei Beinen, trug Kleider und war ein Mensch, aber eigentlich war er doch eben ein Steppenwolf. ~ Hermann Hesse,
894:His life oscillates, as everyone's does, not merely between two poles, such as the body and the spirit, the saint and the sinner, but between thousands and thousands. ~ Hermann Hesse,
895:It is treason to sacrifice love of truth, intellectual honesty, loyalty to the laws and methods of the mind, to any other interests, including those of one's country. ~ Hermann Hesse,
896:One of the aphorisms occurred to me now and I wrote it under the picture: "Fate and temperament are two words for one and the same concept." That was clear to me now. ~ Hermann Hesse,
897:You broke through the humor of my little theater and tried to make a mess of it, stabbing with knives and spattering our pretty picture-world with the mud of reality. ~ Hermann Hesse,
898:I have always believed, and I still believe, that whatever good or bad fortune may come our way we can always give it meaning and transform it into something of value. ~ Hermann Hesse,
899:People like you and me are quite lonely really but we still have each other, we have the secret satisfaction of being different, of rebelling, of desiring the unusual. ~ Hermann Hesse,
900:What should I possibly have to tell you, oh venerable one? Perhaps that you're searching far too much? That in all that searching, you don't find the time for finding? ~ Hermann Hesse,
901:Wie ein schüchternes Mädchen blieb er sitzen und wartet, ob einer käme ihn zu holen, ein Stärkerer und Mutigerer als er, der ihn mitrisse und zum Glücklichsein zwänge. ~ Hermann Hesse,
902:He empleado mucho tiempo en aprender, Govinda —y aún lo sigo haciendo—, que no se puede aprender nada. Creo que, en realidad, aquello que llamamos «aprender» no existe. ~ Hermann Hesse,
903:Love must not entreat,' she added, 'or demand. Love must have the strength to become certain within itself. Then it ceases merely to be attracted and begins to attract. ~ Hermann Hesse,
904:She stood a moment before my eyes, clearly and painfully, loved and deeply woven into my destiny; then fell away again in a deep oblivion, at a half regretted distance. ~ Hermann Hesse,
905:This wind, into which I am climbing, is fragrant of beyonds and distances, of watersheds and foreign languages, of mountains and southern places. It is full of promise. ~ Hermann Hesse,
906:Among mathematicians, even in those days, the reputation of being a good Glass Bead Game player meant a great deal; it was equivalent to being a very good mathematician. ~ Hermann Hesse,
907:For me, however, that beloved, glowing little word happiness has become associated with everything I have felt since childhood upon hearing the sound of the word itself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
908:I had a feeling that he was unhappy and that he had an undesired, powerful way of seizing on people as if he wanted to snatch something from them that would comfort him. ~ Hermann Hesse,
909:Mira, Govinda, ésta es una de las cuestiones que he descubierto: la sabiduría no es comunicable. La sabiduría que un erudito intenta comunicar, siempre suena a simpleza. ~ Hermann Hesse,
910:Ognuno di noi è soltanto un uomo, soltanto un tentativo, un incamminato. Ma si deve essere incamminati verso la perfezione, in direzione del centro, non della periferia. ~ Hermann Hesse,
911:The call of death is a call of love. Death can be sweet if we answer it in the affirmative, if we accept it as one of the great eternal forms of life and transformation. ~ Hermann Hesse,
912:The person who desires nothing else but destiny no longer has either models or ideals, nothing dear to him, nothing to console him! And that is the right path to follow. ~ Hermann Hesse,
913:Yes, one must find one's dream, then the path becomes easy. But no dream lasts forever, each one is replaced by a new one, and you shouldn't try to hold onto any of them ~ Hermann Hesse,
914:A man who is ill-adjusted to the world is always on the verge of finding himself. One who is adjusted to the world never finds himself, but gets to be a cabinet minister. ~ Hermann Hesse,
915:Deep was his sleep and free of dreams; it had been a long time since he had known such sleep. When he awoke some hours later, it seemed to him as if ten years had passed. ~ Hermann Hesse,
916:Merchant: 'So you have lived on the possessions of others?'
Saddhartha: 'Apparently. The merchant also lives on the possession of others.'
Merchant: 'Well spoken... ~ Hermann Hesse,
917:What would many happy citizens and trustworthy officials have become but unruly, stormy innovators and dreamers of useless dreams, if not for the effort of their schools? ~ Hermann Hesse,
918:And if time is not real, then the dividing line that seems to lie between this world and eternity, between suffering and bliss, between good and evil, is also an illusion. ~ Hermann Hesse,
919:I have had to experience so much stupidity, so many vices, so much error, so much nausea, disillusionment and sorrow, just in order to become a child again and begin anew. ~ Hermann Hesse,
920:I was out of my bed in one second, trembling with excitement, and I dashed to the door and into the adjoining room, where I could watch the streets below from the windows. ~ Hermann Hesse,
921:La miseria de una vida de fatigas sin descanso y la dependencia de las fuerzas de la naturaleza, han infiltrado a nuestra raza claudicante con una tendencia de melancolía. ~ Hermann Hesse,
922:Para nosotros, son, sin embargo, suicidas pues ven la redención en la muerte, no en la vida; están dispuestos a eliminarse y entregarse, extinguirse y volver al principio. ~ Hermann Hesse,
923:But it seems that Abraxas has a much greater significance. We may look upon the name as that of a deity who had the symbolic task of combining the godlike and the devilish. ~ Hermann Hesse,
924:El objetivo consiste en situarme allí donde pueda servir mejor, donde mi modo de ser, mis cualidades y dotes puedan encontrar terreno más propicio, el mejor campo de acción ~ Hermann Hesse,
925:I began to understand that suffering and disappointments and melancholy are there not to vex us or cheapen us or deprive us of our dignity but to mature and transfigure us. ~ Hermann Hesse,
926:It is not our purpose to become each other; it is to recognize each other, to learn to see the other and honor him for what he is: each the other's opposite and complement. ~ Hermann Hesse,
927:Knowledge can be imparted, but not wisdom. You can discover it, it can guide your life, it can bear you up, you can do miracles with it, but you cannot tell it or teach it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
928:Mathematics, as far as he was concerned, was a Sphinx charged with deceitful puzzles whose cold malicious gaze transfixed her victims, and he gave the monster a wide berth. ~ Hermann Hesse,
929:That is where my dearest and brightest dreams have ranged — to hear for the duration of a heartbeat the universe and the totality of life in its mysterious, innate harmony. ~ Hermann Hesse,
930:The unhappiness that I need and long for is of the kind that will let me suffer with eagerness and die with lust... That is the unhappiness or happiness I am waiting for... ~ Hermann Hesse,
931:The world was beautiful, the world was particolored, strange and quizzical.... Meaning and essence were not somewhere behind things, they were inside things, in everything. ~ Hermann Hesse,
932:Tu bagi ușor la cap, Siddhartha, învață deci și lucrul acesta: dragostea poți să o cerșești, să o cumperi, să o primești în dar, să o găsești pe stradă, dar nu o poți fura. ~ Hermann Hesse,
933:...we were glad to have in our midst a sprinkling of fools, who, although only comparatively foolish, provided a touch of colour and some occasion for laughter and mockery. ~ Hermann Hesse,
934:What father, what teacher, was able to protect him from living life himself, soiling himself with life, accumulating guilt, drinking the bitter drink, finding his own path? ~ Hermann Hesse,
935:Es bleibt zwischen Menschen, sie seien noch so eng verbunden, immer ein Abgrund offen, den nur die Liebe, und auch nur mit einem Notsteg, überbrücken kann. (Hermann Hesse) ~ Guillaume Musso,
936:No permanence is ours; we are a wave
That flows to fit whatever form it finds:
Through night or day, cathedral or the cave
We pass forever, craving form that binds. ~ Hermann Hesse,
937:These games sprang from their deep need to close their eyes and flee from unsolved problems and anxious forebodings of doom into an imaginary world as innocuous as possible. ~ Hermann Hesse,
938:Yo creo que se puede establecer una división entre la juventud y la madurez. La juventud acaba cuando termina el egoísmo; la madurez se inicia cuando se vive para los demás. ~ Hermann Hesse,
939:Young woman, fresh face, I don't want to know your name. I don't want to cherish and fatten my love for you. You aren't the end of my love, but its awakening, its beginning. ~ Hermann Hesse,
940:You poets are accustomed to finding words for everything beautiful and you don’t even grant that people have hearts if they are less talkative about their feelings than you. ~ Hermann Hesse,
941:Every man's story is important, eternal and sacred. That is why every man, as long as he lives and fulfills the will of nature, is wondrous and worthy of every consideration. ~ Hermann Hesse,
942:It is you I have been able to love, you alone in all the world. You can have no idea of what that means. It means a spring in the desert, a blossoming tree in the wilderness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
943:One can pass on knowledge but not wisdom. One can find wisdom, one can live it, one can be supported by it, one can work wonders with it, but one cannot speak it or teach it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
944:Sí tiene uno que encontrar su sueño, y entonces el camino se hace fácil. Pero no hay sueño perdurable. Se sustituyen unos a otros y no debemos esforzarnos en retener ninguno. ~ Hermann Hesse,
945:The bird is fighting its way out of the egg. The egg is the world. Whoever wishes to be born must destroy a world. The bird is flying to God. The god is named Abraxas.” After ~ Hermann Hesse,
946:But even the best and most noble principles cannot make a person a more worthy individual than he truly is. I don't judge people by the views they hold but by their character. ~ Hermann Hesse,
947:Every day you are apt to see someone whom you thought you knew through and through do something that proves how little you really know people or can be certain about anything. ~ Hermann Hesse,
948:sein stilles Gesicht war weder fröhlich noch traurig, es schien leise nach innen zu lächeln. Mit einem verborgenen Lächeln, still, ruhig, einem gesunden Kinde nicht unähnlich, ~ Hermann Hesse,
949:Te cunosc, suflet temător, nimic nu ţi-e de mai mare trebuinţă, nimic nu-ţi potoleşte mai bine foamea şi setea şi nevoia de somn decât întoarcerea acasă, la începuturile tale. ~ Hermann Hesse,
950:(...) tinha o mundo inteiro em seu coração e cada uma das estrelas do céu resplandecia nele e irradiava prazer em toda sua alma... Havia amado, e amando encontrara a si mesmo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
951:Envejecer no es simplemente un desmontar y marchitarse; como cualquier estadio de la vida tiene sus propios valores, su propio encanto, su propia sabiduría, su propia tristeza. ~ Hermann Hesse,
952:I believe that the struggle against death, the unconditional and self-willed determination to live, is the mode of power behind the lives and activities of all outstanding men. ~ Hermann Hesse,
953:It was all the same to him where he would end up; what mattered most was the fact he had finally escaped … and shown … that his will was stronger than mere commands and edicts. ~ Hermann Hesse,
954:Like a wallflower he stayed in the background waiting for someone to fetch him, someone more courageous and stronger than himself to tear him away and force him into happiness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
955:Remember, my dear Govinda, the world of appearances is transitory, the style of our clothes and hair is extremely transitory. Our hair and our bodies are themselves transitory. ~ Hermann Hesse,
956:What is the holding of breath? It is a flight from the Self, it is a temporary escape from the torment of Self. It is a temporary palliative against the pain and folly of life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
957:You will become tired, Siddhartha."
"I will become tired."
"You will fall asleep, Siddhartha."
"I will not fall asleep."
"You will die, Siddhartha."
"I will die. ~ Hermann Hesse,
958:Ah, it is hard to find this track of divine in the midst of this life we lead, in this besotted humdrum age of spiritual blindness, with its architecture, its politics, its men! ~ Hermann Hesse,
959:And if time is not real, then the gap which seems to be between the world and the eternity, between suffering and blissfulness, between evil and good, is also a deception.” “How ~ Hermann Hesse,
960:But it seems that Abraxas has a much greater significance. We may look upon the name as that of a deity who had the symbolic task of combining the godlike and the devilish.” The ~ Hermann Hesse,
961:He tried to think of death as he had done now and then, but that tired him and he dozed off. When he awoke an hour later, he felt fresh and calm as though he had slept for days. ~ Hermann Hesse,
962:Humanity came first for him, not a political party or movement, and he believed peace could be achieved only if people were given freedom to realise their humanitarian impulses. ~ Hermann Hesse,
963:I am in truth the Steppenwolf that I often call myself; that beast astray that finds neither home nor joy nor nourishment in a world that is strange and incomprehensible to him. ~ Hermann Hesse,
964:Into being a priest, into this arrogance, into this spirituality, his self had retreated, there it sat firmly and grew, while he thought he would kill it by fasting and penance. ~ Hermann Hesse,
965:Nada que hubiera terminado era una pena. Una pena eran el hoy el ahora, las incontables horas y días que había perdido, que sólo aguanté, que no trajeron regalos ni conmociones. ~ Hermann Hesse,
966:When all the Self was conquered and dead, when all passions and desires were silent, then the last must awaken, the innermost of Being that is no longer Self - the great secret! ~ Hermann Hesse,
967:When all the Self was conquered and dead, when all passions and desires were silent, then the last must awaken, the innermost of Being that is no longer Self — the great secret! ~ Hermann Hesse,
968:You learned people and artists have, no doubt, all sorts of superior things in your heads; but you're human beings like the rest of us, and we, too, have our dreams and fancies. ~ Hermann Hesse,
969:always to put myself in the place in which I am best able to serve, whether my gifts and qualities find the best soil to grow, the widest field of action. There is no other goal. ~ Hermann Hesse,
970:Desde luego, no sé nada de espíritus; pero vivo en mis sueños y tú lo has notado. El resto de la gente también vive en sus sueños, pero no en los propios. Ahí está la diferencia. ~ Hermann Hesse,
971:Lo recuerdo asistiendo al colegio, lo recuerdo miesterioso, solo y callado al igual que un planeta magnífico rodeado de pequeñas estrellas y que sólo obedece a sus propias leyes. ~ Hermann Hesse,
972:power, people shied away from this man. He had a ‘mark.’ They explained it any way they wanted. And ‘they’ always want what’s convenient for them and puts them in the right. They ~ Hermann Hesse,
973:Sempre foi e será assim: o tempo e o mundo, o dinheiro e o poder pertencem aos mesquinhos e superficiais, e nada coube aos outros, aos verdadeiros homens, nada a não ser a morte. ~ Hermann Hesse,
974:The world, my friend Govinda, is not imperfect, or on a slow path towards perfection: no, it is perfect in every moment, all sin already carries the divine forgiveness in itself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
975:Tiene uno que encontrar su sueño, y entonces el camino se hace fácil. Pero no hay sueño alguno perdurable. Se sustituyen unos a otros y no debemos esforzarnos en retener ninguno. ~ Hermann Hesse,
976:A man who can understand Buddha and has an intuition of the heaven and hell of humanity ought not to live in a world ruled by “common sense” and democracy and bourgeois standards. ~ Hermann Hesse,
977:...and as far as talent is concerned, there will be such an excess that our artists will become their own audiences, and audiences made up of ordinary people will no longer exist. ~ Hermann Hesse,
978:Dreams and restless thoughts came flowing to him from the river, from the twinkling stars at night, from the sun's melting rays. Dreams and a restlessness of the soul came to him. ~ Hermann Hesse,
979:La saggezza non è comunicabile. La scienza si può comunicare, ma la saggezza no. Si può trovarla, viverla, si possono fare miracoli con essa, ma spiegarla e insegnarla non si può. ~ Hermann Hesse,
980:Ne treba žaliti ni za čim što je prošlo. Žaliti treba za Sada i Danas, za svim onim nebrojenim danima koje sam izgubio, koji su mi protekli ne donjevši mi ni darove, ni uzbuđenja. ~ Hermann Hesse,
981:Scopul nostru nu este de a ne contopi unul intr-altul, ci a ne recunoaste reciproc si a invata sa vedem si sa respectam fiecare in celalalt ceea ce e contrariul si completarea sa. ~ Hermann Hesse,
982:That is the way the leaves fall round an autumn  tree; it is unaware of it, rain runs down it, it is subjected to sun or frost and life slowly retreats. It does not die. It waits. ~ Hermann Hesse,
983:I have always believed, and I still believe, that whatever good or bad fortune may come our way we can always give it meaning and transform it into something of value. —HERMANN HESSE ~ James Comey,
984:It was stupid and difficult, it was complicated and exhausting to love in such a way, but it was wonderful. Wonderful was the dark sadness of this love, its folly and hopelessness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
985:Knowledge can be expressed, but not wisdom. One can discover it, one can live it, one can be borne along by it, one can do miracles with it, but one cannot express it and teach it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
986:Sve je bilo lažno, sve je zaudaralo, vonjalo na laž, sve je bila samo obmana uma, varka sreće i ljepote, sve samo prikrivena trukež. Gorak je bio ukus svijeta. Život je bio patnja. ~ Hermann Hesse,
987:When trying to remember my share in the glow of the eternal present, in the smile of God, I return to my childhood, too, for that is where the most significant discoveries turn up. ~ Hermann Hesse,
988:Das verzweifelte Nichtsterbenwollen ist der sicherste Weg zum ewigen Tode, während Sterbenkönnen, Hüllenabstreifen, ewige Hingabe des Ichs an die Wandlung führt zur Unsterblichkeit. ~ Hermann Hesse,
989:Fortunately, like most children, I had learned what is most valuable, most indispensable for life before school years began, taught by apple trees, by rain and sun, river and woods. ~ Hermann Hesse,
990:It is easier to bear the worries of wandering than to find peace in your hometown, where only the sage can live in a happy house surrounded by trite troubles and daily distractions. ~ Hermann Hesse,
991:Nothing is effected by daemons, there are no daemons. Everyone can perform magic, everyone can reach his goals, if he is able to think, if he is able to wait, if he is able to fast. ~ Hermann Hesse,
992:Ama Tanrı buyruklarında değildir yalnız, Tanrı buyrukları Tanrının ancak küçük bir parçasıdır. İnsan buyruklardan hiç ayrılmaz, ama yine de Tanrıdan fersah fersah uzakta bulunabilir. ~ Hermann Hesse,
993:In Germany I have been acknowledged again since the fall of Hitler, but my works, partly suppressed by the Nazis and partly destroyed by the war; have not yet been republished there. ~ Hermann Hesse,
994:No podía negar que con cada una de estas conmociones al final había ganado algo, un poco de libertad, de espíritu, de profundidad, pero también de soledad, de incomprensión, de frío. ~ Hermann Hesse,
995:There was no duty for enlightened people, none, none, except this: to seek themselves, to become certain of themselves, to grope forward along their own path, wherever it might lead. ~ Hermann Hesse,
996:You don't force him, beat him, and give him orders because you know that 'soft' is stronger than 'hard,' that water is stronger than the rocks, that love is stronger than compulsion. ~ Hermann Hesse,
997:As a modern man, Ziegler had an infinite respect not only for money but also for that other powerful force – science. Yet he would not have been able to say what science actually was. ~ Hermann Hesse,
998:Clever talk is absolutely worthless. All you do in the process is lose yourself. And to lose yourself is a sin. One has to be able to crawl completely inside oneself, like a tortoise. ~ Hermann Hesse,
999:Every true reader could, even if not one new book were published, spend decades and centuries studying on, fighting on, continuing to rejoice in the treasure of those already at hand. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1000:I have already given some account of the Steppenwolf’s outward appearance. He gave at the very first glance the impression of a significant, an uncommon, and unusually gifted man. His ~ Hermann Hesse,
1001:In deep meditation it is possible to eliminate time, to see all past, all present, all developing life as coexisting, and everything is good, everything perfect, everything is Brahma. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1002:Kamaswami entered, a swiftly, smoothly moving man with very gray hair, with very intelligent, cautious eyes, with a greedy mouth. Politely, the host and the guest greeted one another. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1003:Man is not by any means of fixed and enduring form... He is much more an experiment and a transition. He is nothing else than the narrow and perilous bridge between nature and spirit. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1004:The clearest relationships were distorted, the most obvious were forgotten, the trivial and unimportant pushed into the foreground. It must be written again, right from the beginning… ~ Hermann Hesse,
1005:The devil has spit in the soup. Nothing comes out even. Nothing sounds right. Nothing rejoices and warms. Everything is desolate, sad, foul. All strings out of tune. All colors faded. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1006:whereas the ambition and quest for happiness of the others consisted of linking their opinions, ideals, and duties, their life and happiness, ever more closely with those of the herd. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1007:Above all Siddartha learned from the river how to listen, to listen with a still heart, with a waiting, open soul, without passion, without desire, without judgments, without opinions. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1008:At that time two opposing concepts of the Game called forth commentary and discussion. The foremost players distinguished two principal types of Game, the formal and the psychological. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1009:He saw people living for their sake, saw them achieving endless things for their sake, traveling, waging wars, suffering endlessly, enduring endlessly, and he could love them for that; ~ Hermann Hesse,
1010:No soy un hombre que sabe. He sido un hombre que busca y lo soy aún, pero no busco ya en las estrellas ni en los libros: comienzo a escuchar las enseñanzas que mi sangre murmura en mí. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1011:During deep meditation it is possible to dispel time, to see simultaneously all the past, present, and future, and then everything is good, everything is perfect, everything is Brahman. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1012:If what matters in a person's existence is to accept the inevitable consciously, to taste the good and bad to the full and to make for oneself a more individual, unaccidental and inward ~ Hermann Hesse,
1013:Io sono come te. Anche tu non ami, altrimenti come potresti far dell'amore un'arte? Forse le persone come noi non possono amare. Lo possono gli uomini-bambini: questo è il loro segreto. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1014:Never again did I desire to return to the banquets of the fortunate, the feasts of the happy; never again was I assailed by envy or homesickness when I observed the societies of others. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1015:The war against death, dear Harry, is always a beautiful, noble and wonderful and glorious thing, and so, it follows, is the war against war. But it is always hopeless and quixotic too. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1016:You should never be afraid of people... such fear can destroy us completely. You've simply got to get rid of it, if you want to turn into someone decent. You understand that, don't you? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1017:all sin already carries the divine forgiveness in itself, all small children already have the old person in themselves, all infants already have death, all dying people the eternal life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1018:Every one of us struggles- an attempt, a throw from the depths- to reach our own individual goal. We can understand each other, but each of us can truly grasp and interpret only himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1019:Quoth Siddhartha: "What should I possibly have to tell you, oh venerable one? Perhaps that you're searching far too much? That in all that searching, you don't find the time for finding? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1020:She rose to her feet and preceded me into the garden twilight. Tall and queenly, the woman of mystery strolled among the silent trees and above her head the myriad stars glowed tenderly. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1021:There was nothing left for him, except to annihilate himself, except to smash the failure into which he had shaped his life, to throw it away, before the feet of mockingly laughing gods. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1022:But he has not killed himself, for a glimmer of belief still tells him that he is to drink this frightful suffering in his hear to the dregs, and that it is of this suffering he must die. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1023:But he has not killed himself, for a glimmer of belief still tells him that he is to drink this frightful suffering in his heart to the dregs, and that it is of this suffering he must die ~ Hermann Hesse,
1024:Daß ich nichts von mir weiß, daß Siddhartha mir so fremd und unerkannt geblieben ist, das kommt aus einer Ursache, einer einzigen: ich hatte Angst vor mir, ich war auf der Flucht vor mir! ~ Hermann Hesse,
1025:I’ve had to experience despair, I’ve had to sink down to the most foolish one of all thoughts, to the thought of suicide, in order to be able to experience divine grace, to hear Om again, ~ Hermann Hesse,
1026:I was given the freedom to discover my own inclination and talents, to fashion my inmost pleasures and sorrows myself and to regard the future not as an alien higher power but as the hope ~ Hermann Hesse,
1027:My story isn't sweet and harmonious, like invented stories. It tastes of folly and bewilderment, of madness and dream, like the life of all people who no longer want to lie to themselves. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1028:Para o homem consciente só havia um dever: procurar-se a si mesmo, afirmar-se em si mesmo e seguir sempre adiante o seu próprio caminho, sem se preocupar com o fim a que possa conduzi-lo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1029:¡Por todas partes lo mismo! Por todas partes buscaban la “libertad” y la “felicidad” en el pasado, de puro miedo a verse confrontados con su propia responsabilidad y con su propio camino. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1030:The war against death, dear Harry, is always a beautiful, noble, and wonderful, and glorious thing, and so, it follows, is the war against war. But it is always hopeless and quixotic too. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1031:Was then not all sorrow in time, all self-torment and fear in time? Were not all difficulties and evil in the world conquered as soon as one conquered time, as soon as one dispelled time? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1032:Each of us is merely one human being, merely an experiment, a way station. But each of us should be on the way toward perfection, should be striving to reach the center, not the periphery. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1033:Look, my dear Govinda, this is one of my thoughts, which I have found: wisdom cannot be passed on. Wisdom which a wise man tries to pass on to someone always sounds like foolishness." "Are ~ Hermann Hesse,
1034:Wer statt Gedudel Musik, statt Vergnügen Freude, statt Geld Seele, statt Betrieb echte Arbeit, statt Spielerei echte Leidenschaft verlangt, für den ist diese hübsche Welt hier keine Heimat ~ Hermann Hesse,
1035:Geri Alma

Seni seviyorum demedim ki
Elini ver dedim sadece
Ve hoş gör beni!

Bana yakın göründün,
Çok gençtin ve benim kadar iyi...
-Seni seviyorum demedim ki. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1036:I shall always remember how the peacocks’ tails shimmered when the moon rose amongst the tall trees, and on the shady bank the emerging mermaids gleamed fresh and silvery amongst the rocks… ~ Hermann Hesse,
1037:It was the first rent in the holy image of my father, it was the first fissure in the columns that had upheld my childhood, which every individual must destroy before he can become himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1038:La nostra meta non è di trasformarci l'un l'altro, ma di conoscerci l'un l'altro e d'imparare a vedere e a rispettare nell'altro ciò che egli è: il nostro opposto e il nostro completamento. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1039:What constitutes a real, live human being is more of a mystery than ever these days, and men each one of whom is a valuable, unique experiment on the part of nature are shot down wholesale. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1040:Age is a state of mind. Youth and age exist only among the ordinary people. All the more talented and exceptional of us; are sometimes old, just as we are sometimes happy, and sometimes sad. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1041:...he loved everything, he was full of joyous love towards everything that he saw. And it seemed to him that was just why he was previously so ill - because he could love nothing and nobody. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1042:Here in this endless and gleaming wilderness
I was removed farther than ever from the world of men --
And I never saw so close and so clearly
The image in the mirror of my own soul. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1043:La seriedad (...) se produce por una hiperestimación del tiempo. (...) En la eternidad, sin embargo, no hay tiempo: la eternidad es solo un instante, lo suficientemente largo para una broma. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1044:Bilmeyecek ne var! Söz dinlemek, yemek içmek gibidir. Kim uzun süre böyle bir şeyden yoksun kalmışsa, onun için bundan değerli bir şey yoktur. Severek dinliyorsun benim sözümü, öyle değil mi? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1045:Both the thoughts and the senses were pretty things, the ultimate meaning was hidden behind both of them... from both the secret voices of the innermost truth had to be attentively perceived. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1046:He felt joy because he had felt this despair and deep disgust and had not succumbed to it; he laughed because the bird, that joyful source and the voice within him, was still alive after all. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1047:I sped through heaven and saw god at work. I suffered holy pains. I dropped all my defenses and was afraid of nothing in the world. I accepted all things and to all things I gave up my heart. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1048:Najviše volim sasvim čista, laka, skromna seljačka vina, bez naročitog imena, kojih može mnogo da se popije i čiji okus tako prijatno i svesrdno podsjeća na selo, na zemlju, na nebo i lugove. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1049:Ogni uomo però non è soltanto lui stesso; è anche il punto unico, particolarissimo, in ogni caso importante, curioso, dove i fenomeni del mondo s'incrociano una volta sola, senza ripetizione. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1050:Should we be mindful of dreams?" Joseph asked. "Can we interpret them?" The Master looked into his eyes and said tersely: "We should be mindful of everything, for we can interpret everything. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1051:(...) Sim, temos que encontrar nosso sonho, e então o caminho se torna fácil. Mas não há nenhum sonho perdurável. Uns substituem os outros e não devemos esforçar-nos por nos prender a nenhum. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1052:the life of a libertine is one of the best preparations for becoming a mystic. It’s always people like Saint Augustine who become seers. Earlier in life he, too, was an epicure and a playboy. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1053:a very beautiful river, I love it more than anything.
Often I have listened to it, often I have looked into its eyes, and
always I have learned from it. Much can be learned from a river. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1054:Ești doar Kamala și nimic altceva, iar în tine, înlăuntrul tău, e o liniște, e un refugiu în care te poți retrage oricând cu simțământul permanent de a fi acasă, sentiment pe care îl am și eu. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1055:Good stories are like those noble wild animals that make their home in hidden spots, and you must often settle down at the entrance of the caves and woods and lie in wait for them a long time. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1056:He brooded on how close destruction always was to all creatures, animals as well as humans, and he realized that there is nothing we can predict or know for certain in this world except death. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1057:I saw that Haller was a genius of suffering and that in the meaning of many sayings of Nietzsche he had created within himself with positive genius a boundless and frightful capacity for pain. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1058:No longer, I want to begin my thoughts and my life with Atman and
with the suffering of the world. I do not want to kill and dissect myself
any longer, to find a secret behind the ruins. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1059:Whoever wants music instead of noise, joy instead of pleasure, soul instead of gold, creative work instead of business, passion instead of foolery, finds no home in this trivial world of ours. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1060:A wolf of the Steppes that had lost its way and strayed into the towns and the life of the herd, a more striking image could not be found for his shy loneliness, his savagery, his restlessness, ~ Hermann Hesse,
1061:He will probably suffer much, make many mistakes, do much injustice and commit many sins. Tell me, my friend, are you educating your son? Is he obedient to you? Do you strike him or punish him? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1062:I’m only interested in being able to love the world, not to despise it, not to
hate it and me, to be able to look upon it and me and all beings with love
and admiration and great respect. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1063:I would traverse not once more, but often the hell of my inner being. One day I would be a better hand at the game. One day I would learn how to laugh. Pablo was waiting for me, and Mozart too. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1064:Nevertheless, whether in occurrences lasting days, hours or mere minutes at a time, I have experienced happiness often, and have had brief encounters with it in my later years, even in old age. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1065:None of us knew how terribly these two fine people suffered in secret. I do not think that they ever stopped loving each other, but deep down in their nature they did not belong to one another. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1066:Para el hombre despierto no habría más que un deber: buscarse a sí mismo, afirmarse en sí mismo y tantear, hacia delante siempre, su propio camino, sin cuidarse del fin al que puede conducirle. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1067:proud and unapproachable women are precisely the ones who fall in love the fastest and with the most passion, just as the warmest and most glorious spring usually follows the hardest winter. So ~ Hermann Hesse,
1068:"Should we be mindful of dreams?" Joseph asked. "Can we interpret them?" The Master looked into his eyes and said tersely: "We should be mindful of everything, for we can interpret everything." ~ Hermann Hesse,
1069:Wissen kann man mitteilen, Weisheit aber nicht. Man kann sie finden, man kann sie leben, man kann von ihr getragen werden, man kann mit ihr Wunder tun, aber sagen und lehren kann man sie nicht. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1070:You are only afraid if you are not in harmony with yourself. People are afraid because they have never owned up to themselves. A whole society composed of men afraid of the unknown within them! ~ Hermann Hesse,
1071:You are only afriad if you are not in harmony with yourself. People are afraid because they have never owned up to themselves. A whole society composed of men afraid of the unknown within them! ~ Hermann Hesse,
1072:Each of us has to find out for himself what is permitted and what is forbidden.. forbidden for him. It's possible for one never to transgress a single law and still be a bastard. And vice versa. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1073:I wanted to say a prayer and tried hard to remember one, but all I could think of was silly phrases such as 'Dear Sir' and 'Under the Circumstances'. In my sadness and confusion I mumbled those. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1074:Knowledge can be conveyed, but not wisdom. It can be found, it can be lived, it is possible to be carried by it, miracles can be performed with it, but it cannot be expressed in words and taught ~ Hermann Hesse,
1075:This happiness consisted of nothing else but the harmony of the few things around me with my own existence, a feeling of contentment and well-being that needed no changes and no intensification. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1076:This is why I am continuing my travels—not to seek other, better teachings, for I know there are none, but to depart from all teachings and all teachers and to reach my goal by myself or to die. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1077:Troubled, yet also with laughter, he recalled that time. He remembered that at that time he had boasted of three things to Kamala, three noble and invincible arts: fasting, waiting and thinking. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1078:Either a man goes and hangs himself, and then he hangs sure enough, and he'll have his reasons for it, or else he goes on living and then he has only living to bother himself with. Simple enough. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1079:Every natural form is latent within us, originates in the soul whose essence is eternity, whose essence we cannot know but which most often intimates itself to us as the power to love and create. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1080:Knowledge can be conveyed, but not wisdom. It can be found, it can be lived, it is possible to be carried by it, miracles can be performed with it, but it cannot be expressed in words and taught. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1081:My resolve to die was not the whim of an hour. It was the ripe, sound fruit that had slowly grown to full size, lightly rocked by the winds of fate whose next breath would bring it to the ground. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1082:Para el hombre despierto no había mas que un deber: buscarse a sí mismo, afirmarse en sí mismo y tantear, hacia adelante siempre, su propio camino, sin cuidarse del fin al que pudiese conducirle. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1083:Sus dolores no serán pocos, ya que su corazón es orgulloso y duro, y esas personas tienen que sufrir mucho, equivocarse infinidad de veces, cometer innumerables injusticias, pecar una y otra vez. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1084:This is why I am continuing my travels--not to seek other, better teachings, for I know there are none, but to depart from all teachings and all teachers and to reach my goal by myself or to die. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1085:But stronger than his knowledge was his love for the boy, his devotion, his fear of losing him. Had he ever lost his heart to anybody so completely, so painfully, so hopelessly and yet so happily? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1086:But things are not so simple in life as in our thoughts, nor so rough and ready as in our poor idiotic language; and Harry lies about himself twice over when he employs this niggardly wolf-theory. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1087:For awakened human beings, there was no obligation—none, none, none at all—except this: to search for yourself, become sure of yourself, feel your way forward along your own path, wherever it led. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1088:My goal is this: always to put myself in the place in which I am best able to serve, wherever my gifts and qualities find the best soil to grow, the widest field of action. There is no other goal. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1089:Samoća je neovisnost, nju sam priželjkivao i godinama je nastojao izboriti. Bila je hladna, oh da, ali je bila i tiha, divno tiha i velika nalik na hladnu tihu prostoriju u kojoj se vrte zvijezde. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1090:Siddhartha was thus loved by everyone. He was a source of joy for everybody, he was a delight for them all. But he, Siddhartha, was not a source of joy for himself, he found no delight in himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1091:everything has to be as it is, everything only requires my consent, only my willingness, my loving agreement, to be good for me, to do nothing but work for my benefit, to be unable to ever harm me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1092:His cumbersome mind clung to an obscure ideal, shared by many people of limited intellect and venerated with unthinking respect: to let a branch sprout from the main trunk, an extension of himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1093:In this atmosphere of wintry desolation and isolation, this slowly, very slowly increasing chill, my hands and lips started to freeze. Had I extinguished the sun? Had I killed the heart of all life? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1094:Only within yourself exists the other reality for which you long. I can give you nothing that has not already its being within yourself. I can throw open to you no picture gallery but your own soul. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1095:Should we be mindful of dreams?" Joseph asked. "Can we interpret them?"

The Master looked into his eyes and said tersely: "We should be mindful of everything, for we can interpret everything. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1096:The sacred sense of beyond, of timelessness, of a world which had an eternal value and the substance of which was divine had been given back to me today by this friend of mine who taught me dancing. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1097:All of this had always existed, and he had not seen it; he had not been with it. Now he was with it, he was part of it. Light and shadow ran through his eyes, stars and moon ran through his heart. On ~ Hermann Hesse,
1098:Are ideals attainable? Do we live to abolish death? No-we live to fear it and then again to love it, and just for death's sake it is that our spark of life glows for an hour now and then so brightly. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1099:because I loved them both and wanted to make them my own, they became to me a kind of dream figure, which looks like both of them and is neither. That figure belongs to me, but it no longer has life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1100:But there was a real power behind it all; and the uncomprehending desire for death was certainly the first great and, in the higher sense, rational movement which this small soul had known for years. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1101:But the world itself, what exists around us and inside of us, is never one-sided. A person or an act is never entirely Sansara or entirely Nirvana, a person is never entirely holy or entirely sinful. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1102:el desesperado no querer morir, es el camino más seguro para la muerte eterna, en tanto que saber morir, rasgar el velo del arcano, ir buscando eternamente mutaciones al yo conduce a la inmortalidad. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1103:The golden trail was blazed and I was reminded of the eternal, of Mozart, of the stars. For an hour I could breathe again and live and face existence, without having to suffer torment, fear or shame. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1104:There's no reality except the one contained within us. That's why so many people live an unreal life. They take images outside them for reality and never allow the world within them to assert itself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1105:Desde criança, sempre me agradava contemplar as formas estranhas da natureza, não como observador que investiga, mas abandonando-me apenas ao seu encanto peculiar, à sua profunda e complexa linguagem. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1106:... let us recall the well-known statement of a university professor in the Republic of the Massagetes: 'Not the faculty but His Excellency the General can properly determine the sum of two and two.' ~ Hermann Hesse,
1107:All over, people were seeking “freedom” and “happiness” somewhere behind themselves, out of the sheer fear of being reminded of their own responsibilities and being admonished to travel their own path. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1108:Every phenomenon on earth is symbolic, and each symbol is an open gate through which the soul, if it is ready, can enter into the inner part of the world, where you and I and day and night are all one. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1109:Para poder todavía osar el salto en el espacio, tenía un lobo estepario así que enfrentarse alguna vez consigo mismo, mirar hondamente en el caos de la propia alma y llegar a la plena conciencia de sí. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1110:the heart of long-past days continued to live on, in which, still after centuries, the fears and delights of long-since-vanished generations, frozen to stone, offered resistance to the passage of time. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1111:Where was the knowledgeable one who wove his spell to bring his familiarity with the Atman out of the sleep into the state of being awake, into the life, into every step of the way, into word and deed? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1112:Gemeinsam aber ist allen Menschen, die des guten Willens sind, dieses: daß unsere Werke uns am Ende beschämen, daß wir immer wieder von vorn beginnen müssen, daß das Opfer immer neu gebracht werden muß. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1113:How had this paralysis crept over me so slowly and furtively, this hatred against myself and everybody, this deep-seated anger and obstruction of all feelings, this filthy hell of emptiness and despair. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1114:It [enlightenment] has not come to you by means of teaching! And-thus is my thought, oh exalted one,-nobody will obtain salvation by means of teachings! (character of Siddhartha, speaking to the Buddha) ~ Hermann Hesse,
1115:Pero no hay tales casualidades. Cuando alguien que de verdad necesita algo lo encuentra, no es la casualidad quien se lo procura, sino él mismo. Su propio deseo y su propia necesidad le conducen a ello. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1116:That is the way leaves fall around a tree in autumn, a tree unaware of the rain running down its sides, of the sun or the frost, and of life gradually retreating inward. The tree does not die. It waits. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1117:They slept profoundly, desperately, greedily, as though for the last time, as though they had been condemned to stay awake forever and had to drink in all the sleep in the world during these last hours. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1118:All this had always been and he had never seen it; he was never present. Now he was present and belonged to it. Through his eyes he saw light and shadows; through his mind he was aware of moon and stars. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1119:I called the world of phenomena an illusion, I called my eyes and my tongue and accident, valueless phenomena. No, that is all over; I have awakened, I have really awakened and have just been born today. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1120:I do not consider myself less ignorant than most people. I have been and still am a seeker, but I have ceased to question stars and books; I have begun to listen to the teachings my blood whispers to me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1121:If a beautiful thing were to remain beautiful for all eternity, I'd be glad, but all the same Id look at it with a colder eye. I'd say to myself: You can look at it any time, it doesn't have to be today. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1122:Instead of narrowing your world and simplifying your soul, you will have to absorb more and more of the world and at last take all of it up in your painfully expanded soul, if you are ever to find peace. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1123:Knowledge can be conveyed,
but not wisdom. It can be found, it can be lived, it is possible to be
carried by it, miracles can be performed with it, but it cannot be expressed
in words and taught ~ Hermann Hesse,
1124:Life is always frightful. We cannot help it and we are responsible all the same. One's born and at once one is guilty. You must have had a remarkable sort of religious education if you did not know that. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1125:Life is always frightful. We cannot help it and we are responsible all the same. One’s born and at once one is guilty. You must have had a remarkable sort of religious education if you did not know that. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1126:Tenían imperfecciones y faltas, pero a mí me parecía que no eran defectos profundos; no les pasaba como a mí, que estaba más cerca del mundo oscuro y sentía, agobiante y doloroso el conctacto con el mal. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1127:Veo que piensas más de lo que puedes expresar. Claro que si es así te darás cuenta también de que nunca has vivido completamente lo que piensas; y eso no es bueno. Sólo el pensamiento vivido tiene valor. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1128:I called the world of phenomena an illusion, I called my eyes and my tongue an accident, valueless phenomena. No, that is all over; I have awakened, I have really awakened and I have just been born today. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1129:If a beautiful thing were to remain beautiful for all eternity, I'd be glad, but all the same I'd look at it with a colder eye. I'd say to myself: You can look at it any time, it doesn't have to be today. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1130:In the beginning was the myth. God, in his search for self-expression, invested the souls of Hindus, Greeks, and Germans with poetic shapes and continues to invest each child's soul with poetry every day. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1131:Knowledge can be
conveyed, but not wisdom. It can be found, it can be lived, it is
possible to be carried by it, miracles can be performed with it, but it
cannot be expressed in words and taught. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1132:Podemos partilhar conhecimentos, mas não a sabedoria. Podemos encontrá-la, podemos vivê-la, podemos ganhar importância com ela, podemos fazer maravilhas com ela, mas não podemos comunicá-las e ensiná-las. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1133:This one was so lively and talkative, she paid no attention to him or his shyness, so he withdrew his feelers awkwardly and a little offended crawled back into himself like a snail brushed by a cartwheel. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1134:Those who direct the maximum force of their desires toward the center, toward true being, toward perfection, seem quieter than the passionate souls because the flame of their fervor cannot always be seen. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1135:You are not strict with him, you do not punish him, you do not command him — because you know that gentleness is stronger than severity, that water is stronger than rock, that love is stronger than force. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1136:You should not take old people who are already dead seriously. It does them injustice. We immortals do not like thing to be taken seriously. We like joking. Seriousness, young man, is an accident of time. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1137:From this moment when the world around him melted away and left him as solitary as a star in the sky, from this moment of cold and despondency, Siddhartha emerged, more firmly Self than before, solidified. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1138:If my life were not a dangerous, painful experiment, if I did not constantly skirt the abyss and feel the void under my feet, my life would have no meaning and I would not have been able to write anything. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1139:I might be a beast astray, with no sense of its environment, yet there was some meaning in my foolish life, something in me gave an answer and was the receiver of those distant calls from worlds far above. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1140:Searching means having a goal, but finding means being free, being open, having no goal ... because in striving for your goal there are many things you do not see, which are directly in front of your eyes. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1141:There is no reality except the one contained within us. That is why so many people live such an unreal life. They take the images outside them for reality and never allow the world within to assert itself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1142:If the chick is not able to break the shell of his egg, he will die without being born. We are - chick. The world - is our egg. If we do not break the shell of the world, then we will die without being born ~ Hermann Hesse,
1143:I had to experience despair, I had to sink down to the most foolish of all thoughts, to the thought of suicide, in order to experience grace, to hear om again, to sleep properly again and to awaken properly ~ Hermann Hesse,
1144:It is good to taste for yourself everything you need to know. That worldly pleasures and wealth are not good things, I learned even as a child. I knew it for a long time, but only now have I experienced it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1145:Todos os homens estão prontos a fazer o impossível quando seus ideais estão ameaçados; mas quando se anuncia um novo ideal, um novo impulso de crescimento, inquietante e talvez perigoso, todos se acovardam. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1146:Was das ist, ein wirklich lebender Mensch, das weiss man heute allerdings weniger als jemals, und man schiesst denn auch Menschen, deren jeder ein kostbarer, einmaliger Versuch der Natur ist, zu Mengen tot. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1147:Who knows anything about things like that around here? All these bores and cowards who grind away and work their fingers to the bone and don't realize that there's something higher than the Hebrew alphabet. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1148:Arkadaşlarıma Selam, Teşekkür ve Doğum Günü Kutlaması

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1149:Cuộc đời hắn (như mọi đời người) không chỉ dao động giữa hai cực, như giữa bản năng và tinh thần hoặc giữa thánh thiện và phóng đãng, mà giữa cả nghìn, giữa vô vàng cặp đối cực. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1150:Every phenomenon on earth is symbolic, and each symbol is an open gate through which the soul, if it is ready, can enter into the inner part of the world, where you and I and day and night are all one. Every ~ Hermann Hesse,
1151:...the two Samanas recognized him simply by the perfection of his peace, by the stillness of his being in which there was no seeking, no desire, no imitation, no attempts at being seen--only light and peace. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1152:Die Tage sehen wir, die teuren, gerne schwinden,
Um etwas Teureres herangereift zu finden:
Ein seltenes Gewächs, das wir im Garten treiben,
Ein Kind, das wir erziehn, ein Büchlein, das wir schreiben. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1153:I already thought on that first evening of our meeting how glorious it would be to spend one's whole life regarded by those beautiful, candid eyes, and how it would then be impossible ever to think or do ill. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1154:No pasaba una hora sin que percibiera mi destino como infeliz y lo maldijera, fue justamente mi sufrimiento, mi obsesión con el sufrimiento, lo que me sirvió como protección y escudo contra el mundo exterior. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1155:Oh, teško je naići na trag Božji usred života kakav mi vodimo, usred ovog tako zadovoljnog, tako izrazito građanskog vremena, bez ikakvog duha, s pogledom na ovakvu arhitekturu, ovakve poslove i ovakve ljude. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1156:Siempre fue así y seguirá siéndolo: el tiempo y el mundo, el dinero y el poder, pertenecen a los pequeños y a los chatos. A los demás, a los seres humanos auténticos, no les pertenece nada. Excepto la muerte. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1157:There is no reality except the one contained within us. That is why so many people live such an unreal life. They take the images outside of them for reality and never allow the world within to assert itself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1158:Think of it... that in your heart there is an answer to all the things and sights of the world, that everything concerns you, that you ought to know as much about everything as it is possible for man to know. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1159:Todos los hombres están prontos a hacer lo increíble cuando sus ideales peligran; pero cuando se anuncia un nuevo ideal, un nuevo impulso de crecimiento, inquietante y quizá peligroso, todos hurtan el cuerpo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1160:To such men the desperate and horrible thought has come that perhaps the whole of human life is but a bad joke, a violent and ill-fated abortion of the primal mother, a savage and dismal catastophe of nature. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1161:Until 1914 I loved to travel; I often went to Italy and once spent a few months in India. Since then I have almost entirely abandoned travelling, and I have not been outside of Switzerland for over ten years. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1162:Despair is the result of each earnest attempt to go through life with virtue, justice and understanding, and to fulfill their requirements. Children live on one side of despair, the awakened on the other side. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1163:Every man is more than just himself; he also represents the unique, the very special and always significant and remarkable point at which the world's phenomena intersect, only once in this way and never again. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1164:Hay momentos en los que toda una generación se encuentra extraviada entre dos épocas, entre dos estilos de la vida, de tal suerte, que tiene que perder toda naturalidad, toda norma, toda seguridad e inocencia. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1165:You're quite right there," he said. "I have practiced abstinence myself for years, and had my time of fasting, too, but now I find myself once more beneath the sign of Aquarius, a dark and humid constellation. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1166:Every man is more than just himself; he also represents the unique, the very special and always significant and remarkable point at which the world's phenomena intersect, only once in this way, and never again. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1167:For our goal was not only the East, or rather the East was not only a country and something geographical, but it was the home and youth of the soul, it was everywhere and nowhere, it was the union of all times. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1168:I have learned that learning is impossible! I believe that in fact there is nothing in anything that we could call 'learning'. There is only a kind of knowledge that is everywhere, my friend, and that is Atman. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1169:La musique parfaite a une cause. Elle naît de l'équilibre. L'équilibre naît de la justesse, et la justesse du sens du monde. Aussi ne peut-on parler de musique qu'avec des gens qui ont compris le sens du monde. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1170:nếu không tự yêu thương mình thì cũng không thể yêu thương đồng loại, rằng mối căm ghét bản thân cũng tương tự như tính ích kỷ độc tôn, rốt cuộc nó tạo ra một tình trạng cô lập và mối tuyệt vọng kinh hoàng nhất ~ Hermann Hesse,
1171:The reason why I do not know anything about myself, the reason why Siddhartha has remained alien and unknown to myself is due to one thing, to one single thing—I was afraid of myself, I was fleeing from myself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1172:All this had always been and he had never seen it; he was never present. Now he was present and belonged to it. Through his eyes he saw light and shadows; through his mind he was aware of moon and stars (p. 38). ~ Hermann Hesse,
1173:In the beginning his dream and his happiness, in the end it was his bitter fate...But in the midst of the freedom he had attained Harry suddenly became aware that his freedom was a death and that he stood alone. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1174:My life had become weariness. It had wandered in a maze of unhappiness that led to renunciation and nothingness; it was bitter with the salt of all human things; yet it had laid up riches, riches to be proud of. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1175:My story is not a pleasant one; it is neither sweet nor harmonious, as invented stories are; it has the taste of nonsense and chaos, of madness and dreams-like the lives of all men who stop deceiving themselves. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1176:..the face struck me at that moment as neither masculine nor childlike, neither old nor young, but somehow a thousand years old, somehow timeless, bearing the scars of an entirely different history than we knew. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1177:The only reality is the one we have inside us. What makes most people’s lives so artificial and unworthy is that they falsely regard outside images as reality and they never allow their own inner world to speak. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1178:Weh tut es ja immer noch, das ist nicht zu leugnen.
Aber so soll es denn in Gottes Namen weh tun;ich überlasse die Krankheit sich selber,ich bin nicht dazu da, ihr den ganzen Tag den Hof zu machen. (Kurgast) ~ Hermann Hesse,
1179:All human beings are born with an absolutely compulsive need to imagine their selves as unified wholes. No matter how often and how drastically this illusion is shattered, they always manage to patch it up again. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1180:[A]ll the countries had enough to pay for these enormous protective walls, and nobody thought about war. They only armed themselves 'just in case' – because rich people like to see steel walls around their money. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1181:Disperazione è il risultato di ogni serio tentativo di sostenere la vita con la virtù, con la ragione, e di soddisfare le sue esigenze, Al di qua di questa disperazione vivono i fanciulli, al di là i risvegliati. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1182:...his deeds and life are more important to me than his talk, the gesture of his hand is more important to me than his opinions. Not in speech or thought do I regard him as a great man, but in his deeds and life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1183:Pero cada uno de los hombres no es tan solo él mismo; es también un punto único, particularismo, importante siempre y singular, en el que se cruzan los fenómenos del Mundo, sólo una vez de aquel modo y nunca más. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1184:Zo vallen rondom een herfstboom de bladeren, hij voelt het niet, regen stroomt van hem af, of zon, of vorst en binnenin hem trekt het leven zich tot het uiterste en verborgenste terug. Hij sterft niet. Hij wacht. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1185:His way had therefore come full circle, or rather had taken the form of an ellipse or a spiral, following as ever no straight unbroken line, for the rectilinear belongs only to Geometry and not to Nature and Life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1186:I call that man awake who, with conscious knowledge and understanding, can perceive the deep unreasoning powers in his soul, his whole innermost strength, desire and weakness, and knows how to reckon with himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1187:Iets wat je weet, kun je iemand anders mededelen, wijsheid echter niet. Vinden kan men haar, men kan haar beleven, tot steun kan zij zijn, men kan wonderen doen met haar, maar haar mededelen en leren kan men niet. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1188:que todos los dones y bendiciones del espíritu que Cristo concede a los suyos se encuentra este: el de superarse a uno mismo y, por amor al Redentor, tolerar gustosamente el castigo y la injuria y el sufrimiento". ~ Hermann Hesse,
1189:And all the voices, all the goals, all the yearnings, all the sorrows, all the pleasures, all the good and evil, all of them together was the world. All of them together was the stream of events, the music of life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1190:He lived in this dream world more than in the real one. The real world: classroom, courtyard, library, dormitory, and chapel were only the surface, a quivering film over the dream-filled super-real world of images. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1191:In fact, at times I preferred to live in the forbidden world, and frequently my return home to the bright realm, no matter how necessary and good that might be, was almost like a return to someplace less beautiful, ~ Hermann Hesse,
1192:lovers must not part from one another after celebrating
love, without one admiring the other, without being just as defeated as they
have been victorious, so that with none of them should start feeling fed up ~ Hermann Hesse,
1193:Out of this moment when the world melted away all around him, when he stood alone like a star in the sky, out of this moment of cold and despair, Siddhartha emerged, more himself than before, firmer in his resolve. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1194:. . . that tense expectation, that proud state of standing alone without
teachings and without teachers, that supple willingness to listen to the
divine voice in his own heart, had slowly become a memory. . . ~ Hermann Hesse,
1195:Bilgi bir başkasına aktarılabilir, bilgelikse hayır. Bilgelik keşfedilebilir, bilgelik yaşanabilir, bilgelik el üstünde taşıyabilir insanı, bilgelikle mucizeler yaratılabilir ama bilgelik anlatılamaz ve öğretilemez. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1196:I wish that they shall all stay with the teachings, that they shall reach their goal! It is not my place to judge another person's life. Only for myself, for myself alone. I must decide, I must chose, I must refuse. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1197:(…) sabe que está afuera, pero no se mata, porque un resto de fe le dice que debe soportar hasta el final ese sufrimiento, ese maldito sufrimiento dentro de su corazón, y que es ese sufrimiento el que lo hará morir. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1198:The known world shrinks and vanishes, and the soul hurls itself into the uncharted distances of the unknown where everything is strange and yet familiar, and the language of music, of poets, and of dreams is spoken. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1199:Among the letters my readers write me, there is a certain category which is continuously growing, and which I see as a symptom of the increasing intellectualization of the relationship between readers and literature. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1200:What is meditation? What is leaving one’s body? . . . It is fleeing from the self. . . The same escape, the same short numbing is what the driver of an ox-cart finds in the inn, drinking a few bowls of rice-wine. . . ~ Hermann Hesse,
1201:What you loved and what you strove for,
What you dreamed and what you lived through,
Do you know if it was joy or suffering?
G sharp and A flat, E flat or D sharp,
Are they distinguishable to the ear? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1202:Everyone's life is a way into himself, or the attempt at a way, the hint of a path. No one is utterly and completely himself; everyone strives to become himself, however he can, this one dully, that one more brightly. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1203:His small fragile ship had barely escaped a disaster; now it enters a region of new storms and uncharted depths through which even the best led ... cannot find a guide. He must find his own way and be his own saviour. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1204:Ziegler turned once again to the human beings. … He observed the behaviour of the numerous visitors at the zoo, trying to locate signs of their dignity, character, nobility, and superiority. … But he was disappointed. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1205:Anyone knowing how to live for the moment, to live in the present as she did, treasuring every little wayside flower with loving care and deriving value from every playful little instant, had nothing to fear from life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1206:For what I always hated and detested and cursed above all things was this contentment, this healthiness and comfort, this carefully preserved optimism of the middle classes, this fat and prosperous brood of mediocrity. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1207:... it would be better for our country and the world in general, if at least the few people who were capable of thought stood for reason and the love of peace instead of heading wildly with blind obsession for new war. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1208:Jusqu'à présent, tu n'avais jamais pu supporter la danse ni le jazz, ce n'était pas assez profond pour toi et maintenant tu vois que point n'est besoin de les prendre au sérieux pour les trouver délicieux et charmants. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1209:Pero esas casualidades no existen.
Cuando alguien necesita algo con mucha urgencia y lo encuentra, no es la casualidad la que se lo proporciona, sino él mismo. El propio desea y la propia necesidad conducen a ello. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1210:Surgió la idea peligrosa y terrible de que tal vez toda la vida humana no sea más que un grave error, un aborto violento y fallido de la madre primigenia, un intento salvaje y espantosamente fracasado de la naturaleza. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1211:Each man carries the vestiges of his birth; the slime and eggshells of his primeval past with him to the end of his days. Some never become human, remaining frog, lizard, ant. Some are human above the waist, fish below. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1212:From the sacred center of the world streams forth an irrepressible desire to overcome the silence between things. Art, the ever flowing fountain, reveals the secret of life through word and gesture, color and sound. The ~ Hermann Hesse,
1213:He had too much to think about. In the course of his long, useless marches he had sunk deeper and deeper into the tangle of his botched life as into a clump of brambles, and still he had found no meaning or consolation. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1214:No hay más realidad que la que tenemos dentro. Por eso la mayoría de los seres humanos vive tan irrealmente; porque cree que las imágenes exteriores son la realidad y no permiten a su propio mundo interior manifestarse. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1215:Passion is always a mystery and unaccountable, and unfortunately there is no doubt that life does not spare its purest children; often it is just the most deserving people who cannot help loving those that destroy them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1216:That is just what life is when it is beautiful and happy - a game! Naturally, one can also do all kinds of other things with it, make a duty of it, or a battleground, or a prison, but that does not make it any prettier. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1217:This does not mean however, that he was unhappy in any extraordinary degree (although it may have seemed so to himself all the same, inasmuch as every man takes the sufferings that fall on his share to be the greatest). ~ Hermann Hesse,
1218:And everything together, all voices, all goals, all yearning, all suffering, all pleasure, all that was good and evil, all of this together was the world. All of it together was the flow of events, was the music of life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1219:Ich sehe, du denkst mehr, als du einem sagen kannst. Wenn das nun so ist, dann weisst du aber auch, dass du nie ganz das gelebt hast, was du dachtest, und das ist nicht gut. Nur das Denken, das wir leben, hat einen Wert. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1220:Mira, todos los hombres son capaces de hacer lo increíble cuando están amenazados sus ideales. Pero ninguno está dispuesto cuando se presenta un nuevo ideal, un nuevo movimiento de expansión quizá peligroso y misterioso. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1221:Once all of my self was overcome and had died, once every desire and every urge was silent in the heart, then the ultimate part of me had to awake, the innermost of my being, which is no longer my self, the great secret. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1222:The person who truly wants nothing except his destiny no longer has others of his own kind; he stands completely alone and has only the chill of outer space around him. You know, that’s Jesus in the garden of Gethsemane. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1223:Einsamkeit ist Unabhängigkeit, ich hatte sie mir gewünscht und mir erworben in langen Jahren. Sie war kalt, o ja, sie war aber auch still, wunderbar still und groß wie der kalte stille Raum, in dem die Sterne sich drehen. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1224:It was still quiet in the house, and not a sound was heard from outside, either. Were it not for this silence, my reverie would probably have been disrupted by reminders of daily duties, of getting up and going to school. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1225:Passion is always a mystery and unaccountable, and unfortunately there is no doubt that life does not spare its purest children and often it is just the most deserving people who cannot help loving those who destroy them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1226:Siempre ha sido así y siempre será igual, que el tiempo y el mundo, el dinero y el poder, pertenecen a los mediocres y superficiales, y a los otros, a los verdaderos hombres, no les pertenece nada. Nada más que la muerte. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1227:That is just what life is when it is beautiful and happy - a game! Naturally, one can also do all kinds of other things with it, make a duty of it, or a battleground, or a prison, but that does not make it any prettier... ~ Hermann Hesse,
1228:To be sure, people today have less of an idea than ever before what a really living person is; in fact, human beings, each one of whom is a priceless, unique experiment of nature, are being shot to death in carloads. 1 If ~ Hermann Hesse,
1229:And so every one of us has to find out for himself what is allowed and what is forbidden--forbidden for him. It is entirely possible to never do anything forbidden at all and still be an absolute scroundel. And vice versa. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1230:And whether this happiness lasted a hundred seconds or ten minutes, it was so far removed from time that it resembled every other genuine happiness as completely as one fluttering blue lycaenid butterfly resembles another. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1231:However, one can study someone very closely and then one can often know almost exactly what he thinks or feels and thenone can also anticipate what he will do the next moment. It's simple enough, only people don't know it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1232:I had walked but a short time when I met a man with a tin number on his hat, and he asked me what I was doing. I told him I was taking a walk.

His response: 'Do you have permission?’

I did not understand him. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1233:Pois o que eu odiava mais profundamente e maldizia mais era aquela satisfação, aquela saúde, aquela comodidade, esse otimismo bem cuidado dos cidadãos, essa educação adiposa e saudável do medíocre, do normal, do acomodado. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1234:...science, to quote your own words, is nothing else than a 'strange hankering after differences'. Her essence could not be better defined. For men of science nothing is so important as the clear definition of differences. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1235:What is meditation? What is leaving one’s body? . . . It is fleeing from
the self. . . The same escape, the same short numbing is what the driver
of an ox-cart finds in the inn, drinking a few bowls of rice-wine. . . ~ Hermann Hesse,
1236:He raised himself above her pallid face and kissed her on both closed eyes and thought: she thinks she is taking and does not know that she is giving; in her loneliness she has fled to me and does not suspect my loneliness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1237:However, one can study someone very closely and then one can often know almost exactly what he thinks or feels and then one can also anticipate what he will do the next moment. It's simple enough, only people don't know it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1238:I do not wish to offend you, believe me. I have told you my decision. Nothing can change it. I must leave, I must travel, I must be free. Let me thank you cordially once again, and let us bid each other a friendly farewell. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1239:Naturally I belonged to the bright and correct world, I was my parents’ child; but wherever I turned my eyes and ears, the other world was there and I lived in it, too, even though it was often unfamiliar and uncanny to me, ~ Hermann Hesse,
1240:One can acquire money, fame and distinction, but one cannot create happiness or unhappiness, not for oneself or for others. One can only accept what comes, although one can, to be sure, accept it in entirely different ways. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1241:[O]ver his soul in fleeting waves of happiness, the dreamlike presentiment of a bright earth ruled by the sun began to flicker, an earth on which bright liberated creatures lived in lightness and were subservient to no one. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1242:Seo je tužan, osećao da u njegovom srcu nešto umire, da je prazan, da pred sobom više nema nikakve radosti, nikakav cilj. Sedeo je utonuvši u misli i čekao. Naučio je na reci jedno: da čeka, da bude strpljiv i da osluškuje. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1243:then Siddhartha began to understand that his son had not brought him happiness and peace, but suffering and worry. But he loved him, and he preferred the suffering and worries of love over happiness and joy without the boy. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1244:Trees are sanctuaries. Whoever knows how to speak to them, whoever knows how to listen to them, can learn the truth. They do not preach learning and precepts, they preach, undeterred by particulars, the ancient law of life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1245:Deeply, he felt the love for the run-away in his heart, like a wound, and he felt at the same time that this wound had not been given to him in order to turn the knife in it, that it had to become a blossom and had to shine. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1246:Solitude is independence. It had been my wish and with the years I had attained it. It was cold. Oh, cold enough! But it was also still, wonderfully still and vast like the cold stillness of space in which the stars revolve. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1247:When a person reads something and wishes to grasp its meaning, he does not scorn the characters and letters and call them illusory, random, and worthless husks; he reads them, studies them, and loves them, letter for letter. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1248:You knew all along that your sanctioned world was only half the world, and you tried to suppress the other half the same way the priests and teachers do. You won't succeed. No one succeeds in this once he has begun to think. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1249:His whole life was an example that love of one's neighbour is not possible without love of oneself, and that self-hate is really the same thing as sheer egoism, and in the long run breeds the same cruel isolation and despair. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1250:Las flores se marchitan
Cuando la niebla llega
Así también la gente
Y bajan a sus tumbas.
La gente es, como las flores,
Regresan a su primavera;
Y nunca más vuelven a languidecer,
Y todo les es perdonado. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1251:I found my God in music and the arts, with writers like Hermann Hesse, and musicians like Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, and Little Walter. In some way, in some form, my God was always there, but now I have learned to talk to him. ~ Eric Clapton,
1252:I have seen many innocent people suffer and
die, and many a wicked man swim in prosperity. Have you
completely forgotten and abandoned us, are you completely
disgusted with your creation, do you want us all to perish? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1253:Uit deze belevenissen, die niemand ziet, bestaat de innerlijke, wezenlijke lijn van ons lot. Zulk een breuk en scheur groeit weer dicht, hij heelt en wordt vergeten, maar in de diepst verborgen hoek leeft en bloedt hij verder. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1254:And then, for an hour, he became aware of the strange life he was leading, of him doing lots of things which were only a game, of, though being happy and feeling joy at times, real life still passing him by and not touching him ~ Hermann Hesse,
1255:Everything was a lie, everything stank, everything stank of lies, everything feigned meaning and happiness and beauty, and yet everything was decaying while nobody acknowledged the fact. The world tested bitter; life was agony. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1256:I did not want to be like anyone else. I wanted to remain in my own skin, although it was often so constrictive... I had to find a bridge to reach people, I must learn to live with them without always feeling at a disadvantage. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1257:It was all a lie, it all stank, stank of lies, it all gave the illusion of meaning and happiness and beauty, and all of it was just putrefaction that no one would admit to. Bitter was the taste of the world. Life was a torment. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1258:Our days are precious but we gladly see them going
If in their place we find a thing more precious growing:
A rare, exotic plant, our gardener's heart delighting;
A child whom we are teaching, a booklet we are writing. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1259:so his whole life was an example that love of one's neighbour is not possible without love of oneself, and that self-hate is really the same thing as sheer egoism and in the long run breeds the same cruel isolation and despair. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1260:We are sun and moon, dear friend; we are sea and land. It is not our purpose to become each other; it is to recognize each other, to learn to see the other and honor him for what he is: each the other's opposite and complement. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1261:You treat world history as a mathematician does mathematics, in which nothing but laws and formulas exist, no reality, no good and evil, no time, no yesterday, no tomorrow, nothing but an eternal, shallow, mathematical present. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1262:Auch das Schöne und Schönste ist vergänglich, sobald es Geschichte und Erscheinung auf Erden geworden ist. Wir wissen es und können darüber Wehmut empfinden, aber nicht im Ernst es zu ändern versuchen; denn es ist unabänderlich. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1263:I don’t know who lives there, but there must be a paradise of cleanliness and dust-free bourgeois existence behind that glass door, an Eden of order and painstaking devotion to little routines and chores that is touching.’ Since ~ Hermann Hesse,
1264:Knulp was right in doing what his nature demanded and what few others could do, in speaking to strangers like a child and winning their hearts, in saying pleasant things to ladies of all ages, and making Sundays out of weekdays. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1265:Like one who has eaten and drunk too much and vomits painfully and then feels better, so did the restless man wish he could rid himself with one terrific heave of these pleasures, of these habits of this entirely senseless life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1266:See what monkeys we are! Look, such is man!" and at once all renown, all intelligence, all the attainments of the spirit, all progress towards the sublime, the great and the enduring in man fell away and became a monkey's trick! ~ Hermann Hesse,
1267:to identify the causes, so it seemed to him, is the very essence of thinking, and by this alone sensations turn into realizations and are not lost, but become entities and start to emit like rays of light what is inside of them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1268:A wolf of the Steppes that had lost its way and strayed into the towns and the life of the herd, a more striking image could not be found for his shy loneliness, his savagery, his restlessness, his homesickness, his homelessness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1269:[...]ta vie ne devient pas plate et bête parce que tu sais que la lutte sera sans succés. Il serait bien pls plat, Harry, de lutter pour quelque bel idéal en cryant que tu l'atteindrais. Les idéals sont'ils là pour être atteints? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1270:The world had been divided into … parts that sought to annihilate each other because they both desired the same thing, namely the liberation of the oppressed, the elimination of violence, and the establishment of permanent peace. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1271:But what a path has this been! I had to pass through so much stupidity, through so much vices, through so many errors, through so much disgust and disappointments and woe, just to become a child again and to be able to start over. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1272:Hasta ahora has sabido que tu «mundo permitido» sólo era la mitad del mundo y has intentado escamotear la otra mitad, como hacen los curas y los profesores. ¡Pero no lo conseguirás! No lo consigue nadie que haya empezado a pensar. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1273:I was conscious all the while in my heart how my fate raced on at breakneck speed,
racing and chasing like a frightened horse, straight for the precipitous abyss, spurred on by dread
and longing to the consummation of death. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1274:Kad neko traži, lako se može dogoditi da mu oko vidi samo ono što traži, da nije u stanju bilo šta da nađe, da primi u sebe, jer misli samo na ono za čim traga, imajući svoj cilj opsednut je tim ciljem. Tražiti - znači imati cilj. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1275:Kamaswami conducted his business with care and often with passion, but Siddhartha looked upon all of this as if it was a game, the rules of which he tried hard to learn precisely, but the contents of which did not touch his heart. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1276:Often they sat together in the evenings beside the riverbank on the tree trunk, sat in silence, both listening to the water, which for them was not water but rather the voice of Life, the voice of Being, of the eternally Becoming. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1277:You knew all along that your sanctioned world was
only half the world and you tried to suppress the second half the same way the priests and teachers do. You
won't succeed. No one succeeds in this once he has begun to think. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1278:A wolf of the Steppes that had lost its way and strayed into the towns and the life of the herd, a more striking image could not be found for his shy loneliness, his savagery, his restlessness, his homesickness, his homelessness. I ~ Hermann Hesse,
1279:Everything was a lie, everything stank, everything stank of lies, everything feigned meaning and happiness and beauty, and yet everything was decaying while nobody acknowledged the fact. The world tested bitter; life was agony. One ~ Hermann Hesse,
1280:Mit der Reife wird man immer jünger. Es geht auch mir so, obwohl das wenig sagen will, da ich das Lebensgefühl meiner Knabenjahre im Grund stets beibehalten habe und mein Erwachsensein und Altern immer als eine Art Komödie empfand. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1281:Ninguna idea le era más odiosa y horrible que la de tener que ejercer un cargo, someterse a una distribución del tiempo, obedecer a otros. Una oficina, una cancillería, un negociado eran cosas para él tan execrables como la muerte, ~ Hermann Hesse,
1282:Seeking means: to have a goal; but finding means: to be free, to be receptive, to have no goal. You, O worthy one, are perhaps indeed a seeker, for in striving towards your goal, you do not see many things that are under your nose. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1283:The river has taught me to listen; you will learn from it, too. The river knows everything; one can learn everything from it. You have already learned from the river that it is good to strive downwards, to sink, to seek the depths. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1284:The world had been divided into two parts that sought to annihilate each other because they both desired the same thing, namely the liberation of the oppressed, the elimination of violence, and the establishment of permanent peace. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1285:De entre los sonidos, palabras y otros elementos triviales, podemos construir juguetes líricos e intelectuales, originar filosofías y canciones llenas de mensajes y consuelo más bellas que el ruin deporte de la fortuna y el destino. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1286:Each one carries with him to the end traces of his birth, the slime and eggshells of a primordial world. Many a one never becomes a human being, but remains a frog, lizard, or ant. Many a one is a human being above and a fish below. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1287:Each one carries with him to the end traces of his birth, the slime and eggshells of a primordial world. Many a one never becomes a human-being, but remains a frog, lizard, or ant. Many a one is a human-being above and a fish below. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1288:Io lupo della steppa trotto solo
solo, nel mondo ormai di neve bianco...
[...] e con amor, con affezion sincera,
delle tenere carni farei strazio,
finché di sangue veramente sazio
a urlare andrei dentro la notte nera. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1289:La solitudine è indipendenza: l'avevo desiderata e me l'ero conquistata in tanti anni. Era fredda, questo si, ma era anche silenziosa, meravigliosamente silenziosa e grande come lo spazio freddo e silente nel quale girano gli astri. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1290:Vivons-nous donc, nous autres, pour nous débarrasser de la mort? Non, nous vivons pour la crandre et aussi pour l'aimer, et c'est grâce à elle que ce petit bout de vie, quelquegois, l'espace d'une heure, brûle d'une flamme si belle. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1291:But of all the water's secrets, he saw today only a single one-one that struck his soul. He saw that this water flowed and flowed, it was contantly flowing, and yet it was there; it was eternally the same and yet new at every moment! ~ Hermann Hesse,
1292:For one scant day he had loved himself, felt himself to be unified and whole, not split into hostile parts; he had loved himself and the world and God in himself, and everywhere he went he had met nothing but love, approval, and joy. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1293:I like listening to music, but only the kind you play, absolute music, the kind that makes you feel that someone is rattling at the doors if heaven and hell. I like music very much, I think, because it's so unconcerned with morality. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1294:Sí. Max me dijo: Sinclair tiene ahora que superar lo más difícil. Está intentando refugiarse en la masa; hasta se ha convertido en cliente asiduo de las tabernas. Pero no lo conseguirá. Su estigma está escondido pero arde en secreto. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1295:These impulses always came from the “other world,” they were always accompanied by anxiety, compulsion, and a troubled conscience, they were always revolutionary, endangering the peace in which I would gladly have gone on living. The ~ Hermann Hesse,
1296:A person or an act is never entirely Sansara or entirely Nirvana, a person is never entirely holy or entirely sinful. It does really seem like this, because we are subject to deception, as if time was something real. Time is not real. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1297:In spite of their friendship, they were so far apart, the bowstring was so taut between them: a seeing man and a blind man, they walked side by side ; the blind man's unawareness of his own blindness was a consolation only to himself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1298:To be a bear and love a she-bear, that would not be such a bad life, and would, at least, be a far better one than to keep his reason and his thoughts, with all the rest that made him human, and yet live on alone, unloved, in sadness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1299:A wild longing for strong emotions and sensations seethes in me, a rage against this toneless, flat, normal and sterile life. I have a mad impulse to smash something, a warehouse perhaps, or a cathedral, or myself, to committ outrages. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1300:A wild longing for strong emotions and sensations seethes in me, a rage against this toneless, flat, normal and sterile life. I have a mad impulse to smash something, a warehouse perhaps, or a cathedral, or myself, to committ outrages… ~ Hermann Hesse,
1301:I, also, would like to look and smile, sit and walk like that, so free, so worthy, so restrained, so candid, so childlike and mysterious. A man only looks and walks like that when he has conquered his Self. I also will conquer my Self. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1302:Iš tikrųjų jis niekada nesugebėjo visiškai ištirpti kitame žmoguje ir jam atsiduoti, užmiršti save, padaryti kvailystę iš meilės kitam; niekada jis to nemokėjo, ir tada jam atrodė, kad kaip tik šis bruožas skyrė jį nuo vaikiškų žmonių. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1303:La solitude est l'indépendance, je l'avais souhaitée et acquise au cours de longues années. Elle était froide, oh! oui, mais elle était calme, merveilleusement calme et immense comme l'espace silencieux et glacé où tournent les astres. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1304:Let him wind up as a poet or a madman, as a prophet or a criminal—that wasn’t his business; in the long run, it was irrelevant. His business was to discover his own destiny, not just any destiny, and to live it totally and undividedly. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1305:Sind denn Ideale zum Erreichen da? Leben wir denn, wir Menschen, um den Tod abzuschaffen? Nein, wir leben, um ihn zu fürchten und dann wieder zu lieben, und gerade seinetwegen glüht das bißchen Leben manchmal eine Stunde lang so schön. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1306:because to identify the causes, so it seemed to him, is the very essence of thinking, and by this alone sensations turn into realizations and are not lost, but become entities and start to emit like rays of light what is inside of them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1307:Can't you see that you had to be a reckless drifter to bring ... people a bit of child's folly and child's laughter wherever you went? To make all sorts of people love you a little and tease you a little and be a little grateful to you? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1308:Granted, there is always much that is hidden, and we must not forget that the writing of history - however dryly it is done and however sincere the desire for objectivity - remains literature. History's third dimension is always fiction ~ Hermann Hesse,
1309:Mas cada um de nós é um ser total do mundo, e da mesma forma como o corpo integra toda a trajetória da evolução, remontando ao peixe e mesmo a antes, levamos em nossa alma tudo o quanto desde o princípio está vivendo na alma dos homens. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1310:Sana dans etmeyi, oyun oynamayı ve gülümsemeyi, ama yine de halinden memnun olmamayı öğreteceğim. Ben de senden düşünmeyi ve bilmeyi, ama yine de halimden memnun olmamayı öğreneceğim. Her ikimiz de şeytanın çocuklarıyız, farkında mısın? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1311:A wild longing for strong emotions and sensations seethes in me, a rage against this toneless, flat, normal and sterile life. I have a mad impulse to smash something, a warehouse perhaps, or a cathedral, or myself, to committ outrages... ~ Hermann Hesse,
1312:Gaze into the fire, into the clouds, and as soon as the inner voices begin to speak... surrender to them. Don't ask first whether it's permitted, or would please your teachers or father or some god. You will ruin yourself if you do that. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1313:The drunkard does indeed find escape, he does indeed find short respite and rest, but he returns from the illusion and finds everything as it was before. He has not grown wiser, he has not gained knowledge, he has not climbed any higher. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1314:there is good and reason in us … with whom fortune plays, and we can be stronger than … fate, if only for a few hours. … we can draw closer to one another in times of need, understand and love one another, and live to comfort each other. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1315:He now detected this worldly sadness in Designori's face, expressed there with the greatest purity and intensity, as though his face were meant to be representative of many, to epitomize the secret sufferings and morbidity of a multitude. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1316:Wisdom is not communicable. The wisdom which a wise man tries to communicate always sounds foolish... Knowledge can be communicated, but not wisdom. One can find it, live it, do wonders through it, but one cannot communicate and teach it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1317:...and gradually his face assumed the expressions which are so often found among rich people - the expressions of discontent, of sickliness, of displeasure, of idleness, of lovelessness. Slowly the soul sickness of the rich crept over him. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1318:E poi di nuovo, come oggi, può divenirmi problematico il fatto che abbia veramente visto, udito, odorato qualcosa o se invece tutto ciò che credo di percepire altro non sia se non l'immagine della mia vita interiore proiettata fuori di me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1319:Every sin already carries grace within in, all small children are potential old men, all sucklings have death within them, all dying people - eternal life. The Buddha exists in the robber and dice player; the robber exists in the Brahmin. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1320:Initially all he dreamed and wished for, eventually it became his bitter lot. Those who live for power are destroyed by power, those who live for money by money; service is the ruin of the servile, pleasure the ruin of the pleasure-seeker. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1321:The Steppenwolf, however, first threw up his sharp, closely cropped head and sniffed around nervously before he either made any answer or announced his name. “Oh, it smells good here,” he said, and at that he smiled and my aunt smiled too. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1322:I don't know much about him. He is a carver in our bishop's city, a days journey from here; he has a great reputation as an artist. Artists usually are no saints, he's probably no saint either, but he certainly is a gifted, high-minded man. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1323:Nu există, prietene, decât o singură ştiinţă, aflată pretutindeni, [...] ea este prezentă în mine şi în tine şi în orice fiinţă. Şi astfel încep să cred: ştiinţa aceasta nu are alt duşman mai straşnic decât voinţa de a şti, decât învăţatul. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1324:The greatest threat to our world and its peace comes from those who want war, who prepare for it, and who, by holding out vague promises of future peace or by instilling fear of foreign aggression, try to make us accomplices to their plans. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1325:Keista, ko tik žmogus nepraryja! Gal dešimtį minučių skaičiau kažkokį laikraštį, pro akis įsileisdamas į save protą kažkokio neatsakingo žmogaus, kuris pilna burna žiaumoja, o paskui išvemia kitų žodžius, juos apseiliojęs, bet nesuivirškinęs ~ Hermann Hesse,
1326:Most people...are like a falling leaf that drifts and turns in the air, flutters, and falls to the ground. But a few others are like stars which travel one defined path: no wind reaches them, they have within themselves their guide and path. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1327:Was it not his Self, his small, fearful and proud Self, with which he had wrestled for so many years, but which had always conquered him again, which appeared each time again and again, which robbed him of happiness and filled him with fear? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1328:Wenn ich trotzdem weiß, was Liebe ist, so ist es deinetwegen. Dich habe ich lieben können, dich allein unter den Menschen. Du kannst nicht ermessen, was das bedeutet. Es bedeutet den Quell in einer Wüste, den blühenden Baum in einer Wildnis. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1329:You love nobody. Is that not true?"
"Maybe," said Siddhartha wearily. "I am like you. You cannot love either, otherwise how could you practice love as an art? Perhaps people like us cannot love. Ordinary people can - that is their secret. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1330:Both thought and the senses were fine things, behind both of them lay hidden the last meaning; it was worth while listening to them both, to play with both, neither to despise nor overrate either of them, but to listen intently to both voices. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1331:I was not a good scholar, and during my last year at school I made little effort. This was not due to laziness … , but to a state of youthful day-dreaming and indifference … that was only … pierced when creative desire enveloped me like ether. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1332:–Me ha dicho usted que le gusta la música porque no es moral. De acuerdo. ¡Entonces, no tiene usted que empeñarse en ser moralista! No debe compararse con los demás; y si la naturaleza le ha creado como murciélago, no pretenda ser un avestruz. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1333:Words do not express thoughts very well; everything immediately becomes a little different, a little distorted, a little foolish. And yet it also pleases me and seems right that what is of value and wisdom to one man seems nonsense to another. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1334:Nefret ettiğim iki şey arasında seçim yapmak zorundayım - ya aklımın tiksindiği düşleri seçeceğim ya da duyularımı dehşete düşüren eylemi; başka bir deyişle, hamurumda hissedemediğim eylem ya da şimdiye kadar hiç kimsenin mayasında olmayan düş. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1335:Siddhartha has one single goal-to become empty, to become empty of thirst, desire, dreams, pleasure and sorrow-to let the Self die. No longer to be Self, to experience the peace of an emptied heart, to experience pure thought-that was his goal. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1336:Soledad era independencia, yo me la había deseado y la había conseguido al cabo de largos años. Era fría, es cierto, pero también era tranquila, maravillosamente tranquila y grande, como el tranquilo espacio frío en que se mueven las estrellas. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1337:Hasta la fecha, jamás he perdido la sensación de las contradicciones que hay detrás de todo y el conocimiento. Mi existencia ha sido miserable y complicada, y sin embargo, para otros y en ocasiones incluso para mí, parece haber sido maravillosa. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1338:My gift and uniqueness consist in this: I store images of the external world in my head, and out of them I am able to produce new images and arrangements only for myself. I can conceive the entire world in my mind. That is, I can create it anew. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1339:the headmaster […] pledged that, provided he behaved himself, he would be duly sheltered and cared for by the state for the rest of his days. It did not occur to any of the boys, nor their fathers, that all this would perhaps not really be free. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1340:Time is not real, Govinda, I have experienced this often and often again. And if time is not real, then the gap which seems to be between the world and the eternity, between suffering and blissfulness, between evil and good, is also a deception. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1341:We all share the same origin, our mothers; all of us came in at the same door. But each of us-experiments of the depths-strives towards his own destiny. We can understand one another; but each of us is able to interpret himself to himself alone. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1342:Biz gençler gerçekten de sizlerden memnun değiliz yaşlı beyefendi. Sizi fazla resmî buluyoruz ekselansları, kendini fazla beğenmiş, kendine fazla değer veren biri, içtenlikten uzak. Hepsinin başında bu sonuncusu geliyor, yani içtenlikten uzaklık. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1343:Çocuk aklımla onu inanılmaz derecede aptal bulurdum. Öyleydi de. Ama mutlu bir insandı ve bazen mutlu insanların aptal olsalar bile gizli bir bilgelikleri olduğuna inananasım geliyor. Zeki olmak kadar aptalca olan ve insanı mutsuz eden ne var ki! ~ Hermann Hesse,
1344:La vida de todo hombre es un camino hacia sí mismo, la tentativa de un camino, la huella de un sendero. Ningún hombre ha sido por completo él mismo; pero todos aspiran a llegar a serlo, oscuramente unos, más claramente otros, cada uno como puede. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1345:Wir reden zuviel", sagte er mit ungewohntem Ernst. "Das kluge Reden hat gar keinen Wert, gar keinen. Man kommt nur von sich selber weg. Von sich selber wegkommen ist Sünde. Man muss sich in sich selber völlig kriechen können wie eine Schildkröte. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1346:Aun cuando mi destino externo se haya desenvuelto como sucede para todos, inevitablemente y según lo decretado por los dioses, mi vida íntima es obra propiamente mía, con sus gozos y amarguras, y soy yo, en lo personal, el responsable de la misma. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1347:He was taught by the river. Incessantly, he learned from it. Most of all, he learned from it to listen, to pay close attention with a quiet heart, with a waiting, opened soul, without passion, without a wish, without judgement, without an opinion. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1348:Mudrost, koju mudrac pokušava da saopšti, zvuči uvek kao ludost.
...
Saznanje se može saopštiti ali ne i mudrost. Ona se može naći, u njoj se može živeti i biti ponesen njome, sa njom se mogu stvarati čuda, ali se ne može iskazati i naučiti. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1349:und diese war so lebendig und so gesprächig und machte sich aus seiner Gegenwart und aus seiner Schüchternheit so wenig, daß er unbehilflich und ein wenig beleidigt die Fühler einzog und sich verkroch, wie eine vom Wagenrad gestreifte Wegschnecke. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1350:[...]Youth is slipping away, my dear friend, don't you feel it also? It should be the best time of one's life. I hope that is false, like all these well-known sayings. The best should still lie ahead, otherwise the whole of life isn't worth while. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1351:I learned through my body and soul that it was necessary for me to sin, that I needed lust, that I had to strive for property and experience nausea and the depths of despair in order to learn not to resist them, in order to learn to love the world. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1352:Lovers should not separate from each other after making love without admiring each other, without being conquered as well as conquering, so that no feeling of satiation or desolation arises nor the horrid feeling of misusing or having been misused. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1353:Muoth was right. On growing old, one becomes more contented than in one's youth, which I will not therefore revile, for in all my dreams I hear my youth like a wonderful song which now sounds more harmonious than it did in reality, and even sweeter ~ Hermann Hesse,
1354:o ti chiesi perché i tuoi occhi si soffermano nei miei come una casta stella del cielo in un oscuro flutto.
Mi hai guardato a lungo come si saggia un bimbo con lo sguardo, mi hai detto poi, con gentilezza: ti voglio bene, perché sei tanto triste ~ Hermann Hesse,
1355:Siddhartha began to understand that it was not happiness and peace that had come to him with his son but, rather, sorrow and worry. But he loved him and preferred the sorrow and worry of love to the happiness and peace he had known without the boy. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1356:Suddenly street and city became transformed, had the unfamiliar face that familiar things take on when our heart has taken leave of them. He looked back at the door of the house: it had become the door to a strange house that was now closed to him. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1357:We kill at every step, not only in wars, riots and executions. We kill when we close our eyes to poverty, suffering and shame.In the same way all disrespect for life, all hard-heartedness,all indifference, all contempt is nothing else than killing. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1358:At the first kiss I felt something melt inside me that hurt in an exquisite way. All my longings, all my dreams and sweet anguish, All the secrets that slept deep within me came awake, Everything was transformed and enchanted, everything made sense. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1359:"Buddha walked toward the town to gather alms, and the two samanas recognized him solely by the perfection of his repose, by the calmness of his figure, in which there was no trace of seeking, desiring, imitating, or striving, only light and peace." ~ Hermann Hesse,
1360:Io ti chiesi perché i tuoi occhi si soffermano nei miei come una casta stella del cielo in un oscuro flutto.
Mi hai guardato a lungo come si saggia un bimbo con lo sguardo, mi hai detto poi, con gentilezza: ti voglio bene, perché sei tanto triste ~ Hermann Hesse,
1361:Perfect music has its cause. It arises from equilibrium. Equilibrium arises from righteousness, and righteousness arises from the meaning of the cosmos. Therefore one can speak about music only with a man who has perceived the meaning of the cosmos. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1362:L’époque et le monde, l’argent et le pouvoir, appartiennent aux être médiocres et fades. Quant aux autres, aux êtres véritables, ils ne possèdent rien, si ce n’est la liberté de mourir. Il en fut ainsi de tout temps et il en sera ainsi pour toujours. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1363:Quite a number of people are able to feel the beauty of the world profoundly and vastly, and to carry high, noble images in their souls, but they are unable to exteriorize these images, to create them for the enjoyment of others, to communicate them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1364:We kill when we close our eyes to poverty, affliction, or infamy. We kill when, because it is easier, we countenance, or pretend to approve of atrophied social, political, educational, and religious institutions, instead of resolutely combating them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1365:Truly, nothing in the world has so occupied my thoughts as this I, this riddle, the fact I am alive, that I am separated and isolated from all others, that I am Siddhartha! And about nothing in the world do I know less about than me, about Siddhartha! ~ Hermann Hesse,
1366:Und so vernahm und verstand Hans zum erstenmal in seinem Leben den Hymnus der ARbeit, der wenigstens für den Anfänger etwas Ergreifendes und angenehm Berauschendes hat, und sah seine kleine Person und sein kleines Leben einem großen Rhythmus eingefügt ~ Hermann Hesse,
1367:We kill at every step, not only in wars, riots and executions.
We kill when we close our eyes to poverty, suffering and shame.In the same way all disrespect for life, all hard-heartedness,all indifference, all contempt is nothing else than killing. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1368:Denn dies haßte, verabscheute und verfluchte ich von allem doch am innigsten: diese Zufriedenheit, diese Gesundheit, Behaglichkeit, diesen gepflegten Optimismus des Bürgers, diese fette gedeihliche Zucht des Mittelmäßigen, Normalen, Durchschnittlichen. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1369:I might be a beast astray, with no sense of its environment, yet there was some meaning in my foolish life, something in me gave an answer and was the receiver of those distant calls from worlds far above. In my brain were stored a thousand pictures... ~ Hermann Hesse,
1370:Things are going downhill with you!' he said to himself, and laughed about it, and as he was saying it, he happened to glance at the river, and he also saw the river going downhill, always moving on downhill, and singing and being happy through it all. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1371:...to whom else should one pay honor, but to Him, Atman, the Only One? And where was Atman to be found, where did He dwell, where did His eternal heart beat, if not within the Self, in the innermost, in the eternal which each person carried within him. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1372:¡Ah, es difícil encontrar esa huella de Dios en medio de esta vida que llevamos, en medio de este siglo tan contestadizo, tan burgués, tan falto de espiritualidad, a la vista de estas arquitecturas, de estos negocios, de esta política, de estos hombres! ~ Hermann Hesse,
1373:At the first kiss I felt something melt inside me that hurt in an exquisite way. All my longings, all my dreams and sweet anguish, all the secrets that slept deep within me came awake, everything was transformed and enchanted, and everything made sense. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1374:Kamala le enseñó que no se puede recibir placer sin devolverlo, y que cada gesto, cada caricia, cada contacto, cada mirada y cada parte del cuerpo, por pequeña que sea, tienen su propio misterio, cuyo desciframiento produce felicidad al que lo descubre. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1375:Quando qualcuno cerca, allora accade facilmente che il suo occhio perda la capacità di vedere ogni altra cosa, fuori di quella che cerca [...]
Cercare significa: avere uno scopo.
Ma trovare significa: esser libero, restare aperto, non avere scopo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1376:São pessoas que têm em si duas almas, duas essências, neles o divino e o diabólico, o sangue materno e o sangue paterno, o dom da felicidade e o dom do sofrimento, co-existem e interpenetram-se tão hostil e desordenadamente como o lobo e homem em Harry. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1377:That's like this: any truth can only be expressed and put into words when it is one-sided. Everything is one-sided which can be thought with thoughts and said with words, it's all one-sided, all just one half, all lacks completeness, roundness, oneness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1378:and smile, sit and walk this way, too, thus free, thus venerable, thus concealed, thus open, thus child-like and mysterious. Truly, only a person who has succeeded in reaching the innermost part of his self would glance and walk this way. Well so, I also ~ Hermann Hesse,
1379:And so Gotama wandered into the town to obtain alms, and the two Samanas recognized him only by his complete peacefulness of demeanor, by the stillness of his form, in which there was no seeking, no will, no counterfeit, no effort - only light and peace. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1380:It is remarkable, all that men can swallow. For a good ten minutes I read a newspaper. I allowed the spirit of an irresponsible man who chews and munches another's words in his mouth, and gives them out again undigested, to enter into me through my eyes. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1381:Searching means having a goal, but finding means being free, being open, having no goal. You, oh venerable one, are perhaps indeed a searcher, because, striving for your goal, there are many things you don’t see, which are directly in front of your eyes. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1382:You know quite well, deep within you, that there is only a single magic, a single power, a single salvation...and that is called loving. Well, then, love your suffering. Do not resist it, do not flee from it. It is your aversion that hurts, nothing else. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1383:You say yes to the sunlight and pure fantasies, so you have to say yes to the filth and the nausea. Everything is within you, gold and mud, happiness and pain, the laughter of childhood and the apprehension of death. Say yes to everything, shirk nothing. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1384:I wanted … people to listen to the pulse of nature, to partake of the wholeness of life and not forget, under the pressure of their petty destinies, that we are not gods and have not created ourselves but are the children of the earth, part of the cosmos. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1385:There had been a quarrel, she had been hurt, had wept. Now it was over; now she sat still and waited. Life would go on. As with children. As with animals. If only you did not talk, did not make simple things complicated, did not turn your soul inside out. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1386:This day will never come again and anyone who fails to eat and drink and taste and smell it will never have it offered to him again in all eternity. The sun will never shine as it does today...But you must play your part and sing a song, one of your best. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1387:Was that really love? I saw all these passionate people reel about and drift haphazardly as if driven by a storm, the man filled with desire today, satiated on the morrow, loving fiercely and discarding brutally, sure of no affection and happy in no love. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1388:Desde tiempo atrás, había adquirido la costumbre de dar todos los días un largo paseo, hiciese el tiempo que hiciese, y en estos paseos pensativos gozaba a veces una felicidad singular, una felicidad llena de melancolía, de desprecio al Mundo y a mí mismo. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1389:Wisdom cannot be imparted. Wisdom that a wise man attempts to impart always sounds like foolishness to someone else ... Knowledge can be communicated, but not wisdom. One can find it, live it, do wonders through it, but one cannot communicate and teach it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1390:For mountain and stream, tree and leaf, root and blossom, every form in nature is echoed in us and originates in the soul whose being is eternity and is hidden from us but none the less gives itself to us for the most part in the power of love and creation. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1391:I had to become a fool, to find Atman in me again. I had to sin, to be able to live again. Where else might my path lead me to? It is foolish, this path, it moves in loops, perhaps it is going around in a circle. Let it go as it likes, I want to to take it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1392:It was morning; through the high window I saw the pure, bright blue of the sky as it hovered cheerfully over the long roofs of the neighboring houses. It too seemed full of joy, as if it had special plans, and had put on its finest clothes for the occasion. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1393:I understand you well. Now we have no need to dispute: you are awake, and so you have seen the difference between us, the difference between men akin to their father and those who take their destiny from a woman; the difference between spirit and intellect. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1394:I wanted […] people to listen to the pulse of nature, to partake of the wholeness of life and not forget, under the pressure of their petty destinies, that we are not gods and have not created ourselves but are the children of the earth, part of the cosmos. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1395:Jede Geburt bedeutet Trennung vom All, bedeutet Umgrenzung, Absonderung von Gott, leidvolle Neuwerdung. Rückkehr ins All, Aufhebung der leidvollen Individuation, Gottwerden bedeutet: seine Seele so erweitert haben, daß sie das All wieder zu umfassen vermag. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1396:Music does not depend on being right, on having good taste and education and all that.” “Indeed. Then what does it depend on?” “On making music, Herr Haller, on making music as well and as much as possible and with all the intensity of which one is capable. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1397:Now, instead of being just attracted, I was really in love, and it seemed that a thin, grey veil had fallen from my eyes and that the world lay before me in its original divine light as it does to children, and as it appears to us in our dreams of Paradise. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1398:They stayed for rapt moments in the crystal sphere of this soul, as if in a realm of invisible radiation, listening to unearthly music, and then returned to their daily lives with hearts cleansed and strengthened, as if descending from a high mountain peak. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1399:I am superior to you only in one point: I'm awake, whereas you are only half awake, or completely asleep sometimes. I call a man awake who knows in his conscious reason his innermost unreasonable force, drives, and weaknesses and knows how to deal with them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1400:It's always difficult to be born. As you know, the bird must make an effort to break out of the egg. Think back and ask: Was the path really that difficult? Merely difficult? Wasn't it also beautiful? Could you have thought of a more beautiful or easier one? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1401:"Most people are like a falling leaf that drifts and turns in the air, flutters and falls to the ground. But a few others are like stars which travel one defined path; no wind reaches them, they have within themselves their guide and path." ~ Hermann Hesse(Siddhartha, 1922),
1402:Most people, Kamala, are like a falling leaf, that wafts and drifts through the air, and twists and tumbles to the ground. Others, however, few, are like stars: they have a fixed course, no wind reaches them, they have their law and their course inside them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1403:What is meditation? What is leaving one’s body? What is fasting? What is holding one’s breath? It is fleeing from the Self, it is a short escape of the agony of being a Self; it is a short numbing of the senses against the pain and the pointlessness of life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1404:You know quite well, deep within you, that there is only a single magic, a single power, a single salvation...and that is called loving. Well, then, love your suffering. Do not resist it, do not flee from it. It is your aversion that hurts, nothing else.
~ Hermann Hesse,
1405:Auch bei ihm, auch bei deinem großen Lehrer, ist mir das Ding lieber als die Worte, sein Tun und Leben wichtiger als sein Reden, die Gebärde seiner Hand wichtiger als seine Meinungen. Nicht im Reden, nicht im Denken sehe ich seine Größe, nur im Tun, im Leben. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1406:... E por que têm medo? Só se tem medo quando não se está de acordo consigo mesmo. Têm medo porque jamais se atreveram a perseguir seus próprios impulsos interiores. Uma comunidade formada por indivíduos atemorizados com o desconhecido que levam dentro de si. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1407:He
was taught by the river. Incessantly, he learned from it. Most of all,
he learned from it to listen, to pay close attention with a quiet heart,
with a waiting, opened soul, without passion, without a wish, without
judgement, without an opinion. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1408:Therefore the music of a well-ordered age is calm and cheerful, and so is its government. The music of a restive age is excited and fierce, and its government is perverted. The music of a decaying state is sentimental and sad, and its government is imperiled. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1409:Everyone who has changed the course of human history, every last one was able to do so only because he was ready for his destiny. That’s true of Moses and the Buddha, Napoleon and Bismarck. The wave that carries us, the star that guides us—we cannot choose it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1410:That's the way it is when you love. It makes you suffer, and I have suffered much in the years since. But it matters little that you suffer, so long as you feel alive with a sense of the close bond that connects all living things, so long as love does not die! ~ Hermann Hesse,
1411:Thus Gotama [Buddha] walked toward the town to gather alms, and the two samanas recognized him solely by the perfection of his repose, by the calmness of his figure, in which there was no trace of seeking, desiring, imitating, or striving, only light and peace ~ Hermann Hesse,
1412:But then it is of so little account whether you have many sorrows to bear or none, as long as one can live with and for others and one is aware of the bond that binds all living creatures together, provided above all that you do not allow affection to diminish. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1413:It is my ambition as a Dichter to maintain, for a small number of people who may happen to understand me and be accessible to my influence, a transcendent life, or at least the desire for it, in the midst of the money-and-war-culture which the world has become. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1414:¿No era acaso el tiempo la sustancia de todo sufrimiento? No era el tiempo la causa misma de todo temor y toda tortura? No se suprimiría acaso todo el mal, toda la hostilidad del mundo en cuanto el tiempo fuera superado, en cuanto se aboliera la idea de tiempo? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1415:Nu pot să tăgăduiesc că, de fiecare dată cînd viaţa mea fusese zguduită din temelii, cîştigasem pînă la urmă cîte ceva, ceva mai multă libertate, mai mult spirit, mai multă profunzime, dar şi ceva mai multă singurătate, mai multă răceală, mai puţină înţelegere. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1416:que la vida no era un poema heroico con papeles protagónicos y cuestiones por el estilo, sino una cómoda sala burguesa donde la gente estaba satisfecha con comer y beber, con tomar café y zurcirse las medias, con echar el tarot y escuchar la música de la radio. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1417:wished that he would also be gifted with the ability to participate in all of this childlike-naive occupations of the daytime with passion and with his heart, really to live, really to act, really to enjoy and to live instead of just standing by as a spectator. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1418:You have no doubt guessed long since that the conquest of time and the escape from reality, or however else it may be that you choose to describe your longing, means simply the wish to be relieved of your so-called personality. That is the prison where you lie. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1419:All the books of the world full of thoughts and poems are nothing in comparison to a minute of sobbing, when feeling surges in waves, the soul feels itself profoundly and finds itself. Tears are the melting ice of snow. All angels are close to the crying person. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1420:And who over the ruins of his life pursued its fleeting, fluttering significance, while he suffered its seeming meaninglessness and lived its seeming madness, and who hoped in secret at the last turn of the labyrinth of Chaos for revelation and God's presence... ~ Hermann Hesse,
1421:A vida de todo ser humano é um caminho em direção a si mesmo, a tentativa de um caminho, o seguir de um simples rastro. Homem algum chegou a ser completamente ele mesmo; mas todos aspiram a sê-lo, obscuramente alguns, outros mais claramente, cada qual como pode. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1422:But what a path it has been! I have had to pass through so much foolishness, so much vice, so much error, so much nausea and disillusionment and wretchedness, merely in order to become a child again and be able to start over. But all of this was just and proper. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1423:Haller belongs to those who have been caught between two ages, who are outside of all security and simple acquiescence. He belongs to those whose fate it is to live the whole riddle of human destiny heightened to the pitch of a personal torture, a personal hell. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1424:I have become distrustful of teachings and learning, and I have little faith in words that come to us from teachers. But, very well, my friend - I am ready to hear this new teaching, although I believe in my heart that I have already tasted the best fruit of it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1425:the feeling of this both being present and at the same time real, the feeling of eternity, completely filled every aspect of his being. Deeply he felt, more deeply than ever before, in this hour, the indestructibility of every life, the eternity of every moment. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1426:Words do not express thoughts very well. they always become a little different immediately they are expressed, a little distorted, a little foolish. And yet it also pleases me and seems right that what is of value and wisdom to one man seems nonsense to another. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1427:You wouldn't consider all the bipeds you pass on the street human beings simply because they walk upright and carry their young in their bellies nine months! It is obvious how many of them are fish or sheep, worms or angels, how many are ants, how many are bees! ~ Hermann Hesse,
1428:For the air of lonely men surrounded him now, a still atmosphere in which the world around him slipped away, leaving him incapable of relationship, an atmosphere against which neither will nor longing availed. This was one of the significant earmarks of his life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1429:Most people are like a falling leaf as it twists and turns its way through the air, lurches and tumbles to the ground. Others, though – a very few – are like stars set on a fixed course; no wind can reach them, and they carry their law and their path within them. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1430:The things we see are the same things that are within us. There is no reality except the one contained within us. That is why so many people live such an unreal life. They take the images outside them for reality and never allow the world within to assert itself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1431:What we can and should change is ourselves: our impatience, our egoism (including intellectual egoism), our sense of injury, our lack of love and forbearance. I regard every other attempt to change the world, even if it springs from the best intentions, as futile. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1432:El sufrir (por muy curioso que ello te parezca) es el objeto por el cual existimos, pues es lo único que nos permite saber que vivimos, y el recuerdo de nuestros sufrimientos pasados nos es indispensable, como garantía y demostración de nuestra permanente identidad ~ Hermann Hesse,
1433:Searching means: having a goal. But
finding means: being free, being open, having no goal. You, oh venerable
one, are perhaps indeed a searcher, because, striving for your goal, there
are many things you don’t see, which are directly in front of your eyes. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1434:And all this, I said, just as today was the case with the beginnings of wireless, would be of no more service to man than as an escape from himself and his true aims, and a means of surrounding himself with an ever closer mesh of distractions and useless activities. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1435:These people who read so many articles and listened to so many lectures did not take the time and trouble to strengthen themselves against fear, to combat the dread of death within themselves; they moved spasmodically on through life and had no belief in a tomorrow. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1436:Alsdann kam ihm für eine Stunde zum Bewußtsein, daß er ein seltsames Leben führe, daß er da lauter Dinge tue, die bloß ein Spiel waren, daß er wohl heiter sei und zuweilen Freude fühle, daß aber das eigentliche Leben dennoch an ihm vorbeifließe und ihn nicht berühre. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1437:Auf diesem Platz hat schon mancher gedacht, hier wäre der Ort für ein tüchtiges Stück Leben und Freude, hier müßte etwas Lebendiges, Beglückendes wachsen können, hier müßten reife und gute Menschen ihre freudigen Gedanken denken und schöne und heitere Werke schaffen. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1438:But he learned more from the river than Vasudeva could teach him. He learned from it continually. Above all, he learned from it how to listen, to listen with a still heart, with a waiting, open soul, without passion, without desire, without judgment, without opinions. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1439:Man's life seems to me like a long, weary night that would be intolerable if there were not occasionally flashes of light, the sudden brightness of which is so comforting and wonderful, that the moments of their appearance cancel out and justify the years of darkness. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1440:Quien sabía vivir de esta manera el momento, quien vivía de este modo tan actual y sabía estimar tan cuidadosa y amablemente toda flor pequeña del camino, todo minúsculo valor sin importancia del instante, éste estaba por encima de todo y no le importaba nada la vida. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1441:Whoever wants to live and enjoy his life today must not be like you and me. Whoever wants music instead of noise, joy instead of pleasure, soul instead of gold, creative work instead of business, passion instead of foolery, finds no home in this trivial world of ours— ~ Hermann Hesse,
1442:Whoever wants to live and enjoys his life today must not be like you and me. Whoever wants music instead of noise, joy instead of pleasure, soul instead of gold, creative work instead of business, passion instead of foolery, finds no home in this trivial world of ours ~ Hermann Hesse,
1443:"You do not really love me — you love nobody. Is that not true?" "Maybe," said Siddhartha wearily. "I am like you. You cannot love either, otherwise how could you practice love as an art? Perhaps people like us cannot love. Ordinary people can — that is their secret." ~ Hermann Hesse,
1444:A girl had bidden me eat and drink and sleep, and had shown me friendship and had laughed at me and had called me a silly little boy. And this wonderful friend had talked to me of the saints and shown me that even when I had outdone myself in absurdity I was not alone. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1445:So wie die Verruecktheit in einem hoeheren Sinn, der Anfang aller Weisheit ist, so ist die Schizophrenie der Anfang aller Kunst, aller Phantasie. (As insanity in a higher sense, is the beginning of all wisdom, so is schizophrenia the beginning of all art, all fantasy.) ~ Hermann Hesse,
1446:The world is not imperfect or slowly evolving along a long path to perfection. No, it is perfect at every moment; every sin already carries grace within it, all small children are potential old men, all sucklings have death within them, all dying people — eternal life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1447:No, a true seeker could not accept any teachings, not if he sincerely wished to find something. But he who had found, could give his approval to every path, to every goal; nothing separated him from all the other thousands who lived in eternity, who breathed the Divine. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1448:Not eternal is the world of appearances, not eternal ,anything but eternal are our garments and the style of our hair ,our bodies themselves.I am wearing a rich mans garments because i have been a rich man but i am no rich man anymore what i will be tomorrow i dont know ~ Hermann Hesse,
1449:Truly, nothing in the world has occupied my thoughts as much as the Self, this riddle, that I live, that I am one and am separated and different from everybody else, that I am Siddhartha; and about nothing in the world do I know less than about myself, about Siddhartha. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1450:Within Siddhartha there slowly grew and ripened the knowledge of what wisdom really was and the goal of his long seeking. It was nothing but a preparation of the soul, a capacity, a secret art of thinking, feeling and breathing thoughts of unity at every moment of life. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1451:You are like me, you are different from most people. You are Kamala, nothing else, and inside of you, there is a peace and refuge, to which you can go at every hour of the day and be at home at yourself, as I can also do. Few people have this, and yet all could have it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1452:I should not have had that fear of death when I wished for it all the same. The unhappiness that I need and long for is different. It is of the kind that will let me suffer with eagerness and lust after death. That is the unhappiness, or happiness, that I am waiting for. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1453:Jedna stvar mi je ipak jasna: zapovest ljubavi, nije važno da li je propoveda Hrist ili Gete, svet je potpuno pogrešno protumačio! To uopšte nije bila zapovest. Ne postoje zapovesti. Zapovesti su istine koje učen čovek prenosi neznalici na način koji ovaj može da razume. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1454:... the river is everywhere at once, at the source and at the mouth, at the waterfall, at the ferry, at the rapids, in the sea, in the mountains, everywhere at once, and that there is only the present time for it, not the shadow of the past, not the shadow of the future. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1455:Truly, no thing in this world has so occupied my thoughts as has my own self, the riddle of the fact I am alive, that I am distinct, and separate from all others, that I am Siddhartha! And there is no thing in this world I know less about than about me, about Siddhartha! ~ Hermann Hesse,
1456:He waited, listening with deep enjoyment, for the end of the sonata. In the still, twilit corridor it sounded so lonely and unworldly, and so brave and innocent also, both childlike and superior, as all good music must in the midst of the unredeemed muteness of the world. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1457:I don't know whether I love Gina. I doubt it very much. I would not make any sacrifices for her. I do not know whether I can love at all. I can desire and can seek myself in others; I can listen for an echo, demand a mirror, seek pleasure, and all that can look like love. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1458:You are like me, you are different from most people.
You are, nothing else, and inside of you, there is a peace and
refuge, to which you can go at every hour of the day and be at home at
yourself, as I can also do. Few people have this, and yet all could have it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1459:Most people, Kamala, are like a falling leaf, which is blown and is turning around through the air, and wavers, and tumbles to the ground. But others, a few, are like stars, they go on a fixed course, no wind reaches them, in themselves they have their law and their course ~ Hermann Hesse,
1460:The father touched Siddhartha's shoulder. 'You will go into the forest,' he said, 'and become a Samana. If you find bliss in the forest, come back and teach it to me. If you find disillusionment, come back, and we shall again offer sacrifices to the gods together. Now go.. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1461:Each man's life represents a road toward himself, an attempt at such a road, the intimation of a path... But each of us - experiments of the depths - strives toward his own destiny. We can understand one another; but each of us is able to interpret himself to himself alone. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1462:Most people, Kamala, are like a falling leaf, which is blown and is turning around through the air, and wavers, and tumbles to the ground. But others, a few, are like stars, they go on a fixed course, no wind reaches them, in themselves they have their law and their course. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1463:On one part of the footpath where a thin trickle of water from a small spring kept it damp, I found … a swarm of … small, blue butterflies drinking the water. … I only went that way on sunny days and each time the dense, blue swarm was there, and each time it was a holiday. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1464:Esta cartera no era una cartera, este monedero no era un monedero, las flores no eran flores, los abanicos no eran abanicos, todo era material plástico del amor, de la magia, de la provocación. Todo se convertía en mensajero, en negociador secreto, en arma y grito de guerra. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1465:Man is a dubious mixture of mind and matter; since the mind unlocks recognition of the eternal to him, while matter pulls him down and binds him to the transitory, he should strive away from the senses and toward the mind if he wishes to elevate his life and give it meaning. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1466:There was only greed for living and dread, and out of dread, out of stupid childish dread of the cold, of loneliness, of death, two people fled to one another, kissed, embraced, rubbed cheek to cheek, put leg to leg, cast new human beings into the world. That was how it was. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1467:Oh, was not all suffering time, were not all forms of tormenting oneself and being afraid time, was not everything hard, everything hostile in the world gone and overcome as soon as one had overcome time, as soon as time would have been put out of existence by one's thoughts? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1468:Tao Te Ching by Lao Tzu (5 mentions) Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand (4) Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari (4) Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse (4) The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss (4) The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande (4) Dune by Frank Herbert (3) Influence by Robert Cialdini (3) ~ Timothy Ferriss,
1469:Your son, my dear friend, is troubling you, and also me. The young bird is accustomed to a different life, to a different nest. He did not run away from riches and the town with a feeling of nausea and disgust as you did; he has had to leave all these things against his will. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1470:Zamanın aşılmasının, gerçeğe bağımlılıktan kurtulmanın, özlediğiniz şeye ne isim verirseniz artık, bunun kişilik dediğiniz şeyi üzerinizden sıyırıp atma isteğinden başka bir anlam taşımadığını kuşkusuz çoktan sezmişsinizdir. Kişiliğiniz, içine kapatıldığınız bir hapishanedir. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1471:That is why we were drawn to one another and why we are brother and sister. I am going to teach you to dance and play and smile, and still not be happy. And you are going to teach me to think and to know and yet not be happy. Do you know that we are both children of the Devil? ~ Hermann Hesse,
1472:People with courage and character always seem sinister to the rest. It was a scandal that a breed of fearless and sinister people ran around freely, so they attached a nickname and a myth to these people to get even with them, to make up for the many times they had felt afraid. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1473:We recognized only one thing as our duty and destiny: every one of us had to become himself, had to be true to and live for the sake of the seed of nature at work in himself, so completely that the uncertain future would find us ready for anything and everything it might bring. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1474:Er liebte nichts als seine Freiheit, sein ewiges Studententum, und zog es vor, lebenslänglich der Leidende, der Unberechenbare und störrische Einzelgänger zu sein, der geniale Narr und Nihilist, statt den Weg der Einordnung in die Hierarchie zu gehen und zum Frieden zu gelangen. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1475:Gyventi pasaulyje, tarsi tai nebūtų pasaulis, gerbti įstatymą ir vis dėlto jį pranokti, turėti, „tarsi neturėtum", atsisakyti, tarsi tai būtų joks atsisakymas,— įgyvendinti visus šiuos mėgstamus ir dažnai formuluojamus didžios gyvenimo išminties reikalavimus tegali vien jumoras. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1476:Only the ideas that we actually live are of any value. You knew all along that your sanctioned world was only half the world and you tried to suppress the second half the same way the priests and teachers do. You won't succeed. No one succeeds in this once he has begun to think. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1477:He reflected deeply, until this feeling completely overwhelmed him and he reached a point where he recognized causes; for to recognize causes, it seemed to him, is to think, and through thought alone feelings become knowledge and are not lost, but become real and begin to mature. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1478:In any case, the life of a drunk is presumably livelier than that of the ordinary well-behaved citizen. And then—I read that once somewhere—the life of a hedonist is the best preparation for becoming a mystic. People like St. Augustine are always the ones that become visionaries. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1479:It was clear to the one speaking that each of his words was being allowed to enter into his listener, who sat there quietly, openly, waiting' not a single word was disregarded or met with impatience; Vasudeva attached neither praise nor blame to what he heard but merely listened. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1480:Lei non deve abbandonarsi a desideri nei quali non crede. So che cosa desidera, ma deve poter rinunciare a questi desideri oppure desiderare appieno. Se riesce a chiedere in modo da essere sicuro dell’esaudimento sarà anche esaudito. Lei invece desidera e poi si pente e ha paura. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1481:You were too lazy to learn to dance until it was almost too late, and in the same way you were too lazy to learn to love. As for ideal and tragic love, that I don't doubt you can do marvellously- and all honour to you. Now you will learn to love a little in an ordinary human way. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1482:Therefore, it seems to me that everything that exists is good—death as well as life, sin as well as holiness, wisdom as well as folly. Everything is necessary, everything needs only my agreement, my assent, my loving understanding; then all is well with me and nothing can harm me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1483:Aquella mirada decía: "¡Mira, estos monos somos nosotros! ¡Mira, así es el hombre!" Y toda celebridad; toda discreción, todas las conquistas del espíritu, todos los avances hacia lo grande, lo sublime y lo eterno dentro de lo humano, se vinieron a tierra y eran un juego de monos... ~ Hermann Hesse,
1484:Nesneler bir hayal olsun ya da olmasın fark etmez, ben de nihayet bir hayal sayılırım ve böyle bir durumda ben nasılsam nesneler de öyle demektir. Nesneleri sevimli ve el üstünde tutulmaya değer gösteren de işte budur: Onların da benim gibi olmaları. Bu yüzden sevebiliyorum onları. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1485:One of the disadwantages of school and learning, he thought dreamily, was that the mind seemed to have the tendency too see and represent all things as though they were flat and had only two dimensions. This, somehow, seemed to render all matters of intellect shallow and worthless. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1486:The Buddha has robbed me, thought Siddhartha, he has robbed me and yet given me even more. He has robbed me of my friend, he who believed in me and who now believes in him. He who was my shadow and who is now Gautama’s shadow. But he has given me Siddhartha, he has given me myself. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1487:Y el artista no es, como el vulgo piensa, una persona jovial que esparce por aquí y por allá obras de arte por mera exuberancia, sino que infortunadamente es por lo general una pobre alma que se sofoca con riquezas excedentes y que por lo tanto tiene que obsequiar algunas de ellas. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1488:Dünyanın içyüzünü görmek, onu açıklamak, onu aşağılamak büyük düşünürlerin işidir belki. Ama benim için tek önemli şey, dünyayı sevebilmektir; onu aşağılamamak, ona ve kendime hınç ve nefret beslememek, ona, kendime ve bütün varlıklara sevgiyle, hayranlıkla ve huşuyla bakabilmektir. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1489:In any case, the life of a drunk is presumably livelier than that of the ordinary well-behaved citizen. And then—I read that once somewhere—the life of a hedonist is the best preparation for becoming a mystic.
People like St. Augustine are always the ones that become visionaries. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1490:Therefore, it seems to me that everything that exists is good - death as well as life, sin as well as holiness, wisdom as well as folly. Everything is necessary, everything needs only my agreement, my assent, my loving understanding; then all is well with me and nothing can harm me. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1491:A mi smo prolazni, mi nastajemo, mi smo mogućnosti, za nas nema savršenstva, nema potpunog bića. Onde gde mi prelazimo od potencije ka delu, od mogućnosti ka ostvarenju, onde učestvujemo u pravome biću, postajemo za jedan stepen sličniji savršenom i božanskom. To znači: ostvariti se. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1492:Don't you want to be anything. An architect or a gardener, or perhaps a painter?'
'No, I don't … I'd like to do entirely different things. I'd like to understand what robins say to each other. … I'd like to see how trees manage to drink water with their roots and get to be so big. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1493:How foolish to wear oneself out in vain longing for warmth! Solitude is independence. It has been my wish and with the years I had attained it. It was cold. Oh, cold enough! But it was also still, wonderfully still and vast like the cold stillness of space in which the stars revolve. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1494:One of the disadwantages of school and learning, he thought dreamily, was that the mind seemed to have the tendency too see and represent all things as though they were flat and had only two dimensions. This, somehow, seemed to render all matters of intellect shallow and worthless... ~ Hermann Hesse,
1495:But now, his liberated eyes stayed on this side, he saw and became aware of the visible, sought to be at home in this world, did not search for the true essence, did not aim at a world beyond. Beautiful was this world, looking at it thus, without searching, thus simply, thus childlike ~ Hermann Hesse,
1496:I suddenly saw how sad and artificial my life had been during this period, for the loves, friends, habits and pleasures of these years were discarded like badly fitting clothes. I parted from them without pain and all that remained was to wonder that I could have endured them so long. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1497:Once he said to her: 'You are like me; you are different from other people. You are Kamala and no one else, and within you there is a stillness and sanctuary to which you can retreat any time and be yourself, just as I can. Few people have that capacity and yet everyone could have it. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1498:When we are stricken and cannot bear our lives any longer, then a tree has something to say to us: Be still! Be still! Look at me! Life is not easy, life is not difficult. Those are childish thoughts. . . . Home is neither here nor there. Home is within you, or home is nowhere at all. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1499:Atât gândurile cât și simțurile erau lucruri frumoase. Amândouă trebuiau ascultate, trebuia să le faci jocul amândurora, nici unele, nici celelalte nu trebuiau disprețuite, ori supraapreciate, trebuia să le asculți și unora și celorlalte glasurile tainice ale celor mai adânci cotloane. ~ Hermann Hesse,
1500:For it cannot be denied that all over the world and in all ages there are beings who are perceived to be extraordinary, charming, and appealing, and whom many honor as benevolent spirits, because they make one think of a more beautiful, a freer, a more winged life than the one we lead. ~ Hermann Hesse,

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1. Hesse, Hermann Hesse ::: (Swiss writer (born in Germany) whose novels and poems express his interests in eastern spiritual values (1877-1962))


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Hesse, Hermann Hesse
   INSTANCE OF=> writer, author
     => communicator
       => person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
         => organism, being
           => living thing, animate thing
             => whole, unit
               => object, physical object
                 => physical entity
                   => entity
         => causal agent, cause, causal agency
           => physical entity
             => entity


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Hesse, Hermann Hesse
   INSTANCE OF=> writer, author




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Hesse, Hermann Hesse
  -> writer, author
   => abstractor, abstracter
   => alliterator
   => authoress
   => biographer
   => coauthor, joint author
   => commentator, reviewer
   => compiler
   => contributor
   => cyberpunk
   => drafter
   => dramatist, playwright
   => essayist, litterateur
   => folk writer
   => framer
   => gagman, gagster, gagwriter
   => ghostwriter, ghost
   => Gothic romancer
   => hack, hack writer, literary hack
   => journalist
   => librettist
   => lyricist, lyrist
   => novelist
   => pamphleteer
   => paragrapher
   => poet
   => polemicist, polemist, polemic
   => rhymer, rhymester, versifier, poetizer, poetiser
   => scenarist
   => scriptwriter
   => space writer
   => speechwriter
   => tragedian
   => wordmonger
   => word-painter
   => wordsmith
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Wikipedia - Karma (Buddhism)
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Wikipedia - Kinnara -- Hindu and Buddhist mythological creature
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Wikipedia - KM-EM-+kai -- Japanese Buddhist monk
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Wikipedia - Korean Buddhism
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Wikipedia - Koya-dofu -- Koya-dofu is frozen-dried tofu, a Japanese pantry staple and an important ingredient in Buddhist vegetarian cookery.
Wikipedia - Kshanti -- Buddhist concept of patience, forbearance and forgiveness
Wikipedia - K. Sri Dhammaratana -- Malaysian Buddhist monk (born 1948)
Wikipedia - Kucha -- ancient Buddhist kingdom on the northern edge of the Taklamakan Desert
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Wikipedia - Lingdum Monastery -- Buddhist monastery near Ranka, Sikkim, North East India
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Wikipedia - List of Buddhist architecture in China
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Wikipedia - List of Buddhist festivals -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of Buddhist members of the United States Congress -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - List of Buddhist philosophers
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Wikipedia - List of Living Treasures of Hawaii -- Program by the Buddhist temple Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii to honor Hawaii residents
Wikipedia - List of modern scholars in Buddhist studies -- Wikipedia list article
Wikipedia - List of writers on Buddhism -- Wikipedia list article
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Wikipedia - Madhyanta-vibhaga-karika -- Key work in Buddhist philosophy of the Yogacara school
Wikipedia - Mahabodhi Temple -- Buddhist temple
Wikipedia - Mahakala -- God in Hinduism, and Tibetan Buddhism
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Wikipedia - Mahanipata Jataka -- Buddhist collection of stories
Wikipedia - Mahaprajnaparamita Sutra -- Sutra in Mahayana Buddhism
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Wikipedia - Mahasamnipata Sutra -- Sutra in Mahayana Buddhism
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Wikipedia - Maitreya -- Future Buddha in Buddhist eschatology
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Wikipedia - Majjhantika -- Buddhist monk
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Wikipedia - M-aM-9M-^Zddhi -- Technical term in Buddhist doctrine and practice
Wikipedia - Manas (early Buddhism)
Wikipedia - Man Buddha Temple -- Buddhist temple in Myanmar
Wikipedia - Mandala -- Spiritual and ritual symbol in Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism
Wikipedia - Manpuku-ji -- Buddhist temple in Uji, Japan
Wikipedia - Marathi Buddhists -- Buddhists of Marathi ethnic and linguistic identity
Wikipedia - Marici (Buddhism)
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Wikipedia - Masao Abe -- Japanese Buddhist
Wikipedia - Matsyendra -- 10th century Hindu and Buddhist saint and yogi
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Wikipedia - Maya (Buddhist mental factor) -- Buddhist term
Wikipedia - Maya Devi Temple, Lumbini -- Ancient Buddhist temple at Lumbini, Nepal
Wikipedia - M-DM-^@nanda -- Attendant of the Buddha and main figure in First Buddhist Council
Wikipedia - M-DM-^@tman (Buddhism) -- Buddhist concept of self
Wikipedia - Mekhala and Kanakhala -- Two mahasiddha sisters in Tantric Buddhism
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Wikipedia - SramaM-aM-9M-^Ga -- Tradition in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism
Wikipedia - Sravakayana -- Mahayana Buddhist term referring to certain types of Buddhist doctrine
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Wikipedia - Mental factors (Buddhism)
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Wikipedia - Migettuwatte Gunananda Thera -- Sri Lankan Buddhist orator
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Wikipedia - Miracles of Gautama Buddha -- Supernatural feats and abilities attributed to Gautama Buddha by the Buddhist scriptures
Wikipedia - Magha PM-EM-+ja -- Buddhist festival and day of observance in Southeast and South Asia
Wikipedia - Mana -- A Buddhist term that may be translated as "pride", "arrogance", or "conceit"
Wikipedia - Mogaung Monastery -- Buddhist monastery in Myanmar
Wikipedia - Moggaliputta-Tissa -- Indian Buddhist monk and scholar, associated with emperor Ashoka
Wikipedia - Mount Meru -- Sacred mountain of Buddhist, Jain, and Hindu cosmology
Wikipedia - Mouzi Lihuolun -- A classic Chinese Buddhist work
Wikipedia - Mulian Rescues His Mother -- Popular Chinese Buddhist tale
Wikipedia - Mundamala -- garland of severed human heads and/or skulls in Hindu and Tibetan Buddhist iconography
Wikipedia - MusM-EM-^M Soseki -- Japanese Zen-Buddhist teacher and landscape architect
Wikipedia - MyM-EM-^Mchikai KyM-EM-^Mdan -- Japanese Buddhist lay organisation that stems from ReiyM-EM-+kai
Wikipedia - MyM-EM-^MdM-EM-^Mkai KyM-EM-^Mdan -- Japanese Buddhist lay organisation that stems from the ReiyM-EM-+kai
Wikipedia - MyM-EM-^MryM-EM-+-ji -- Buddhist temple in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Myo Daunt Pagoda -- Buddhist pagoda in Myanmar
Wikipedia - Nalandabodhi -- Buddhist organization
Wikipedia - Nalanda -- Ancient Buddhist monastery in India
Wikipedia - Namantar Andolan -- University's Name Change Movement by Buddhists & Dalits
Wikipedia - Namarupa -- Used in Buddhism to refer to constituent processes of the human being
Wikipedia - Nanda (Buddhism)
Wikipedia - Nanda (Buddhist nun)
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Wikipedia - Nan Hua Temple -- The largest Buddhist temple and seminary in Africa, in Bronkhorstspruit, South Africa
Wikipedia - Nanto RokushM-EM-+ -- Six Schools of Nara Buddhism
Wikipedia - Naraka (Buddhism)
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Wikipedia - Nature of mind (Buddhism)
Wikipedia - Neo-Buddhist movement
Wikipedia - Network of Buddhist Organisations -- British ecumenical body
Wikipedia - Newar Buddhism -- The form of Vajrayana Buddhism practiced by the Newar people of the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
Wikipedia - New England Peace Pagoda -- Buddhist stupa in Leverett, Massachusetts, US
Wikipedia - Ngahtatgyi Buddha Temple -- Buddhist temple in Bahan Township
Wikipedia - Nianfo -- Repetition of the name of Amitabha in Pure Land Buddhism
Wikipedia - Nichiren Buddhism -- Branch of Buddhism based on the teachings of the thirteenth century Japanese monk Nichiren
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Wikipedia - Nikaya Buddhism -- Group of early Buddhist schools
Wikipedia - Nikken Abe -- Buddhist high priest
Wikipedia - NirmaM-aM-9M-^Gakaya -- concept in Buddhism
Wikipedia - Nirodha -- Renounciation of desire in Buddhism
Wikipedia - Nirvana (Buddhism) -- Release from rebirths in saM-aM-9M-^Csara
Wikipedia - Nishi Hongan-ji -- Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan. Head temple of Honganji-ha school
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Wikipedia - Noah Levine -- American Buddhist teacher and writer
Wikipedia - Noble Eightfold Path -- An early summary of the path of Buddhist practices leading to liberation from samsara
Wikipedia - Norwich Buddhist Centre -- Buddhist centre in Norwich, Norfolk, England
Wikipedia - Nyingma -- school of Tibetan Buddhism
Wikipedia - Offering (Buddhism)
Wikipedia - Ole Nydahl -- Danish teacher in Tibetan Buddhism
Wikipedia - Omamori -- Japanese Shinto and Buddhist amulet
Wikipedia - Om -- Sacred sound and spiritual symbol in Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism
Wikipedia - Ongi kuden -- Text in Nichiren Buddhism
Wikipedia - Order of Interbeing -- International Buddhist community founded by Thich NhM-aM-:M-%t HM-aM-:M-!nh
Wikipedia - Ordination hall -- Type of Buddhist building
Wikipedia - Ordination of women in Buddhism
Wikipedia - Outline of Buddhism
Wikipedia - Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies
Wikipedia - Padmasambhava -- 8th-century Buddhist Lama
Wikipedia - Pakhangyi Monastery -- Buddhist monastery in Myanmar
Wikipedia - Pakhannge Monastery -- Buddhist monastery in Myanmar
Wikipedia - Palcho Monastery -- Buddhist monastery in Tibet
Wikipedia - PaM-aM-9M--M-aM-9M--hana -- Buddhist scripture
Wikipedia - Pancasikha -- Celestial musician in Buddhist texts
Wikipedia - Panchen Lama -- Prominent figure in Tibetan Buddhism
Wikipedia - Parable of the Poisoned Arrow -- Parable used in early Buddhism
Wikipedia - Paracanonical texts (Theravada Buddhism)
Wikipedia - Parinirvana -- concept within Buddhism
Wikipedia - Patikulamanasikara -- Type of traditional Buddhist meditation
Wikipedia - Patrick Gaffney (Buddhist)
Wikipedia - Paul Dahlke (Buddhist) -- German physician
Wikipedia - Paul Williams (Buddhist studies scholar)
Wikipedia - Peace Pagoda -- Buddhist stupa; a monument to inspire peace
Wikipedia - Pemayangtse Monastery -- Buddhist monastery in Sikkim, India
Wikipedia - Perambalur Buddhas -- Set of historic Buddhist images found in Thiyaganur, Tamil Nadu, India
Wikipedia - Persecution of Buddhists
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Wikipedia - Phra Malai -- A legendary Buddhist monk in South and Southeast Asia
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Wikipedia - Pindola Bharadvaja -- Buddhist Arahant
Wikipedia - Plaosan -- Buddhist temple in Indonesia
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Wikipedia - Prajna (Buddhist Monk)
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Wikipedia - Prayer wheel -- Devotional tool in Buddhism
Wikipedia - Pre-sectarian Buddhism
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Wikipedia - Prostration (Buddhism)
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Wikipedia - Punyamitra -- 26th Indian Patriarch of Chan Buddhism
Wikipedia - Pure Land Buddhism -- A school of Mahayana Buddhism
Wikipedia - Pure Land Buddhists
Wikipedia - Purity in Buddhism -- An important concept within much of Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism
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Wikipedia - Reality in Buddhism
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Wikipedia - Rebirth (Buddhist)
Wikipedia - Refuge (Buddhism) -- Religious concept in Buddhism
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Wikipedia - Richard Robinson (Buddhism scholar)
Wikipedia - Rigpa (organization) -- international Buddhist organization
Wikipedia - Rinzai school -- Sect of Japanese Zen Buddhism
Wikipedia - RyM-EM-^Mkan -- Japanese Buddhist monk
Wikipedia - Sacca-kiriya -- Motif and concept found in Buddhism and other Indian religions
Wikipedia - Sacca -- Buddhist term meaning "real" or "true"
Wikipedia - Saha Triad -- Devotional motif in East Asian Buddhist art
Wikipedia - Saha -- In Mahayana Buddhism refers to the mundane world, essentially the sum of existence that is other than nirvana
Wikipedia - Saidu Sharif Stupa -- Sacred Buddhist area near Saidu Sharif, Pakistan
Wikipedia - Sakya -- One of four major schools of Tibetan Buddhism
Wikipedia - Sakyong Mipham -- American Buddhist leader, b. 1962
Wikipedia - Salistamba Sutra -- Sutra in Mahayana Buddhism
Wikipedia - Salugara Monastery -- Buddhist shrine outside Siliguri, West Bengal, India
Wikipedia - Samadhi (Buddhism)
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Wikipedia - SaM-aM-9M-^Csara (Buddhism) -- Cycle of repeated birth, mundane existence and dying again
Wikipedia - SaM-aM-9M-^Cyutta Nikaya -- Buddhist scripture
Wikipedia - Saman (deity) -- Buddhist god from Sri Lanka
Wikipedia - Samantabhadra Meditation Sutra -- Sutra in Mahayana Buddhism
Wikipedia - Samatha -- Buddhist term meaning "tranquility of the mind
Wikipedia - Samsara (Buddhism)
Wikipedia - Samue -- Work clothing of Japanese Zen Buddhist monks
Wikipedia - Sanchi University of Buddhist-Indic Studies
Wikipedia - Sanchi -- Buddhist complex, famous for its Great Stupa, in Madhya Pradesh, India
Wikipedia - Sandhinirmocana Sutra -- Sutra in Mahayana Buddhism
Wikipedia - Sand mandala -- Tibetan Buddhist tradition involving the creation and destruction of mandalas made from coloured sand
Wikipedia - Sangha (Buddhism)
Wikipedia - Sanghyang Adi Buddha -- Concept of God in Indonesian Buddhism
Wikipedia - Sanmon -- Zen Buddhist temple gate
Wikipedia - Sanskrit Buddhist literature
Wikipedia - Sarma (Tibetan Buddhism)
Wikipedia - Sarvastivada -- Early school of Buddhism
Wikipedia - Sati (Buddhism) -- Buddhist concept of mindfulness or awareness
Wikipedia - Satipatthana -- Mindfulness in Buddhism
Wikipedia - Satori -- Japanese Buddhist term for awakening
Wikipedia - Satya Priya Mahathero -- Bangladeshi Buddhist leader
Wikipedia - Sayadaw U Narada -- Burmese Theravada Buddhist monk (1931-2006)
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Wikipedia - Seattle Buddhist Church -- A Japanese Jodo Shinshu Buddhist temple in Seattle, Washington, USA
Wikipedia - Secular Buddhism -- Form of non-dogmatic Buddhism
Wikipedia - Senshin Buddhist Temple -- Buddhist temple in Los Angeles, California
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Wikipedia - Soka Gakkai International -- International Nichiren Buddhist movement founded in 1975 by Daisaku Ikeda
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Wikipedia - Sokei-an -- Japanese Buddhist monk
Wikipedia - Sokushinbutsu -- Buddhist mummy
Wikipedia - Somdej Toh -- Thai buddhist monk
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Wikipedia - Southern, Eastern and Northern Buddhism -- Geographical terms sometimes used to describe the styles of Buddhism practiced in Asia
Wikipedia - Southern Esoteric Buddhism -- Esoteric practices, views and texts within Theravada Buddhism
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Wikipedia - Surai Sasai -- Indian Buddhist monk
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Wikipedia - Sutra of Forty-two Chapters -- Sutra in Mahayana Buddhism
Wikipedia - Sutra -- A text in Hinduism, Buddhism or Jainism, often a collection of aphorisms
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Wikipedia - Syama Jataka -- A Buddhist tale of a former life of the Buddha
Wikipedia - Tachikawa-ryu -- Japanese school of esoteric of Buddhism
Wikipedia - Taima-dera -- Buddhist temple in Japan
Wikipedia - Takht-i-Bahi -- Archaeological site of an ancient Buddhist monastery in Pakistan
Wikipedia - TaM-aM-9M-^Gha -- Concept in Buddhism, referring to thirst, craving, desire, longing, greed
Wikipedia - Tamchinsky datsan -- Buddhist monastery at Lake Gusinoye, Buryat Republic, Russia
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Wikipedia - Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery -- Hong Kong Buddhist temple
Wikipedia - Terma (Buddhism)
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Wikipedia - Thanale Caves -- Buddhist caves in India (Maharashtra)
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Wikipedia - Thatta Thattaha Maha Bawdi Pagoda -- Buddhist temple in Myanmar
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Wikipedia - Thirteen Buddhas of Awaji Island -- 13 Buddhist sacred sites on Awaji Island, HyM-EM-^Mgo Prefecture, Japan
Wikipedia - Thirteen Buddhas -- Japanese grouping of Buddhist deities
Wikipedia - Three Ages of Buddhism -- Three divisions of time following Buddha's passing
Wikipedia - Three marks of existence -- Buddhist concept; consists of impermanence (anicca), suffering (dukkha), and non-self (anatta)
Wikipedia - Three poisons (Buddhism)
Wikipedia - Three teachings -- Term referring to Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism collectively, considered as a harmonious aggregate
Wikipedia - Three Turnings of the Wheel of Dharma -- concept within Buddhism
Wikipedia - Three Vajras -- Buddhist concept, body, speech and mind
Wikipedia - Thubten Zopa Rinpoche -- Buddhist lama from Khumbu, Nepal
Wikipedia - Thus have I heard -- Standard formula to introduce Buddhist discourses
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Corpse Princess (2008 - 2009) - the series centers on the "Corpse Princess" Makina Hoshimura, an undead girl who is hunting down 108 undead corpses in order to gain entry into heaven with the help of a secret society of anti-corpse Buddhist monks.Feel and Gainax partnered together to adapt the series into a thirteen episode anime...
Rambo III(1988) - John Rambo's former Vietnam superior, Colonel Samuel Trautman, has been assigned to lead a mission to help the Mujahedeen rebels who are fighting the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, but the Buddhist Rambo turns down Trautman's request that Rambo help out. When the mission goes belly up and Trautman...
The Golden Child(1986) - Eddie Murphy plays a social worker with a specialty of finding lost children. He is told he is the 'Chosen one' who will find and protect the Golden Child, a Buddhist mystic who was kidnapped by an evil sorcerer. Murphy disbelieves the mysticism but finds more and more evidence of demon worship as h...
Warriors Of Heaven And Earth(2003) - A Chinese emissary is sent to the Gobi desert to execute a renegade soldier. When a caravan transporting a Buddhist monk and a valuable treasure is threatened by thieves, however, the two warriors might unite to protect the travelers.
Diamond Dogs(2007) - A mercenary is hired to protect an expedition group while they search for a Tangka, a Buddhist artifact worth millions of dollars.
Bhikkhuni: Buddhism, Sri Lanka, Revolution (2018) ::: 8.9/10 -- 1h 10min | Documentary | 13 March 2018 (Poland) -- It is a documentary film about the revival of women's ordination in Theravada Buddhism. Shortly after Enlightenment, the Buddha said: "I shall not come to my final passing away, until my ... S Director: Malgorzata Dobrowolska Writer: Malgorzata Dobrowolska
Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring (2003) ::: 8.0/10 -- Bom Yeoareum Gaeul Gyeoul Geurigo Bom (original title) -- Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring Poster -- A boy is raised by a Buddhist monk in an isolated floating temple where the years pass like the seasons. Director: Ki-duk Kim (as Kim Ki-duk) Writer:
The Burmese Harp (1956) ::: 8.1/10 -- Biruma no tategoto (original title) -- The Burmese Harp Poster In the War's closing days, when a conscience-driven Japanese soldier fails to get his countrymen to surrender to overwhelming force, he adopts the lifestyle of a Buddhist monk. Director: Kon Ichikawa Writers: Michio Takeyama (novel), Natto Wada
The New Legends of Monkey ::: TV-PG | 24min | Action, Adventure, Comedy | TV Series (2018 ) -- Entering the mythical world of the Monkey King, where a young monk and his group of disciples are on a journey to collect scrolls of Buddhist wisdom. Stars:
The Steel Helmet (1951) ::: 7.4/10 -- Approved | 1h 25min | Action, Drama, War | 2 February 1951 (USA) -- A ragtag group of American stragglers battles against superior Communist troops in an abandoned Buddhist temple during the Korean War. Director: Samuel Fuller Writer: Samuel Fuller Stars:
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Aa! Megami-sama! (TV) -- -- AIC -- 24 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Supernatural Magic Romance Seinen -- Aa! Megami-sama! (TV) Aa! Megami-sama! (TV) -- In a world where humans can have their wish granted via the Goddess Help Hotline, a human, Keiichi Morisato, summons the Goddess Belldandy by accident and jokes that she should stay with him forever. Unfortunately for him, his "wish" is granted. -- -- Suddenly, Keiichi is now living with this gorgeous woman all alone, causing him to be kicked out of the all-male dormitory he was staying in. But soon, after they find lodging in a Buddhist temple, Keiichi and Belldandy's relationship begins to blossom. Although they are both awkward and rather uncomfortable with one another at first, what awaits these two strangers could turn out to be an unexpected romance. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Media Blasters, NYAV Post -- TV - Jan 7, 2005 -- 137,829 7.35
Aa! Megami-sama! (TV) -- -- AIC -- 24 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Supernatural Magic Romance Seinen -- Aa! Megami-sama! (TV) Aa! Megami-sama! (TV) -- In a world where humans can have their wish granted via the Goddess Help Hotline, a human, Keiichi Morisato, summons the Goddess Belldandy by accident and jokes that she should stay with him forever. Unfortunately for him, his "wish" is granted. -- -- Suddenly, Keiichi is now living with this gorgeous woman all alone, causing him to be kicked out of the all-male dormitory he was staying in. But soon, after they find lodging in a Buddhist temple, Keiichi and Belldandy's relationship begins to blossom. Although they are both awkward and rather uncomfortable with one another at first, what awaits these two strangers could turn out to be an unexpected romance. -- -- TV - Jan 7, 2005 -- 137,829 7.35
Amaenaide yo!! -- -- Studio Deen -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Ecchi Harem Romance Supernatural -- Amaenaide yo!! Amaenaide yo!! -- Satonaka Ikkou, a 16 year old boy, is a first year trainee at the Saienji Buddhist Temple. He was sent there by his parents to be trained by his grandmother, the Saienji Priestess. At the temple he finds himself surrounded by beautiful female priestesses-in-training. Upon seeing a girl naked, Ikko has the ability to turn into a super-monk, performing massive exorcisms for the good of the temple. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Media Blasters, Nozomi Entertainment -- TV - Jul 1, 2005 -- 66,401 6.49
Amaenaide yo!! -- -- Studio Deen -- 12 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Ecchi Harem Romance Supernatural -- Amaenaide yo!! Amaenaide yo!! -- Satonaka Ikkou, a 16 year old boy, is a first year trainee at the Saienji Buddhist Temple. He was sent there by his parents to be trained by his grandmother, the Saienji Priestess. At the temple he finds himself surrounded by beautiful female priestesses-in-training. Upon seeing a girl naked, Ikko has the ability to turn into a super-monk, performing massive exorcisms for the good of the temple. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- TV - Jul 1, 2005 -- 66,401 6.49
Amaenaide yo!!: Yasumanaide yo!! -- -- Studio Deen -- 1 ep -- - -- Ecchi Comedy Romance Supernatural -- Amaenaide yo!!: Yasumanaide yo!! Amaenaide yo!!: Yasumanaide yo!! -- Ikko and the girls of Saienji Buddhist Temple are participating in a game show competition and happen to win a trip to a secluded inn. At the inn, Ikko is presented with the challenge of not awakening while all of the girls are sleepwalking. -- -- Licensor: -- Media Blasters, Nozomi Entertainment -- Special - Dec 21, 2005 -- 13,484 6.67
Aoi Bungaku Series -- -- Madhouse -- 12 eps -- Novel -- Drama Historical Psychological Seinen Thriller -- Aoi Bungaku Series Aoi Bungaku Series -- Ningen Shikkaku -- A high school student seeks solace in narcotics to escape the dispiritedness that has come over his life. As he goes through the different stages of his life, it culminates in the questioning of his existence in the world. -- -- Sakura no Mori no Mankai no Shita -- The adaptation of Ango Sakaguchi's literary work deals with the love story of a woman abducted by a mountain bandit. -- -- Kokoro -- While trying to fill the void in his life, a university student in Tokyo encounters a charismatic older man, whom he addresses as "Sensei," who offers him advice on life. However, the man is apprehensive to share his life experience, deepening the student's curiosity. Through this peculiar relationship, the student comes to ponder about the distance between him and his family and the growing desolation in his heart filled with ego and guilt. -- -- Hashire, Melos! -- The story portrays the unbreakable bond between two friends, Melos and Selinuntius, and their faith in protecting each other, all while dangling on a thread which hovers over death and misery. -- -- Kumo no Ito -- Kandata is a coldhearted criminal who, while being punished in Hell for his misdeeds, is noticed by the Buddha Shakyamuni. Despite maintaining a record of committing ruthless atrocities, Kandata had once shown mercy to a spider he encountered in the forest by letting it live. Moved by this, Shakyamuni offers him redemption by dropping a spider's thread into the searing pits of Hell, and it is up to Kandata to seize the opportunity. -- -- Jigokuhen -- Yoshihide is a great painter in the land ruled by Horikawa, a tyrant. Offered a commission to paint the "Buddhist Hell" by the lord, Yoshihide declines, as he cannot paint anything he has not witnessed himself. In an attempt to make Yoshihide understand the magnitude of his request, the lord tortures his subjects to provide inspiration for the artist, descending his domain into utter despair and darkness. -- -- TV - Oct 11, 2009 -- 174,861 7.74
Detective Conan Movie 07: Crossroad in the Ancient Capital -- -- TMS Entertainment -- 1 ep -- Manga -- Adventure Mystery Comedy Police Shounen -- Detective Conan Movie 07: Crossroad in the Ancient Capital Detective Conan Movie 07: Crossroad in the Ancient Capital -- Under the cover of darkness, a masked samurai murders six men across the metropolis of Japan: three in Tokyo, one in Osaka, and the last in Kyoto. In their investigation, the police learn that each man was a member of the Genjibotaru—a thieves gang centered on the theft of Buddhist statues and artifacts and who go by the names of Minomoto no Yoshitune's servants. -- -- Without a clear motive or clues to the other members' identities, the case runs dry until a Kyoto temple calls for the famous Kogorou Mouri. Having received an anonymous letter containing a peculiar puzzle, the temple monks ask for his assistance in solving it to recover their long lost statue. Meanwhile, Conan Edogawa and high school detective Heiji Hattori team up in order to solve the cryptic puzzle and find the murderer, as Hattori searches for his childhood love. -- -- With Hattori's knowledge of Kyoto, the two scour the streets and gradually discover the truth, but not before the murderer strikes again—killing another Genjibotaru member and, after repeated attempts on Hattori's life, eventually kidnapping Hattori's childhood sweetheart. It is only by working together to bring buried clues to light can Conan and Hattori hope to end the rogue samurai's bloodshed and save Hattori's love. -- -- Movie - Apr 19, 2003 -- 40,896 7.83
Hi no Tori -- -- Tezuka Productions -- 13 eps -- Manga -- Sci-Fi Adventure Historical Supernatural Drama -- Hi no Tori Hi no Tori -- From prehistoric times to the distant future, Hi no Tori portrays how the legendary immortal bird Phoenix acts as a witness and chronicler for the history of mankind's endless struggle in search of power, justice, and freedom. -- -- The Dawn -- Since time immemorial, people have sought out the legendary Phoenix for its blood, which is known to grant eternal life. Hearing about rumored Phoenix sightings in the Land of Fire, Himiko—the cruel queen of Yamatai obsessed with immortality—sends her army to conquer the nation and retrieve the creature. Young Nagi, his elder sister Hinaku, and her foreign husband Guzuri are the only survivors of the slaughter. But while Nagi is taken prisoner by the enemy, elsewhere, Hinaku has a shocking revelation. -- -- The Resurrection -- In a distant future where Earth has become uninhabitable, Leona undergoes surgery on a space station to recover from a deadly accident. However, while also suffering from amnesia, his brain is now half cybernetic and causes him to see people as formless scraps and robots as humans. Falling in love with Chihiro, a discarded robot, they escape together from the space station to prevent Chihiro from being destroyed. Yet as his lost memories gradually return, Leona will have to confront the painful truth about his past. -- -- The Transformation -- Yearning for independence, Sakon no Suke—the only daughter of a tyrant ruler—kills priestess Yao Bikuni, the sole person capable of curing her father's illness. Consequently, she and her faithful servant, Kahei, are unexpectedly confined to the temple grounds of Bikuni's sanctuary. While searching for a way out, Sakon no Suke assumes the priestess's position and uses a miraculous feather to heal all those reaching out for help. -- -- The Sun -- After his faction loses the war, Prince Harima's head is replaced with a wolf's. An old medicine woman who recognizes his bloodline assists him and the wounded General Azumi-no-muraji Saruta in escaping to Wah Land. But their arrival at a small Wah village is met with unexpected trouble as Houben, a powerful Buddhist monk, wants Harima dead. With the aid of the Ku clan wolf gods that protect the village's surroundings, he survives the murder attempt. After tensions settle, Saruta uses his established reputation in Wah to persuade the villagers to welcome Harima into their community. Over a period of time, Harima becomes the village's respected leader under the name Inugami no Sukune. But while the young prince adapts to his new role, he must remain vigilant as new dangers soon arise and threaten his recently acquired tranquility. -- -- The Future -- Life on Earth has gradually ceased to exist, with the survivors taking refuge in underground cities. To avoid human extinction, Doctor Saruta unsuccessfully tries to recreate life in his laboratory. However, the unexpected visit of Masato Yamanobe, his alien girlfriend Tamami, and his colleague Rock Holmes reveals a disturbing crisis: the computers that regulate the subterranean cities have initiated a nuclear war that will eliminate all of mankind. -- -- TV - Mar 21, 2004 -- 7,595 7.10
Honoo no Mirage: Minagiwa no Hangyakusha -- -- Madhouse -- 3 eps -- Light novel -- Action Romance Supernatural Historical Drama Shoujo Shounen Ai -- Honoo no Mirage: Minagiwa no Hangyakusha Honoo no Mirage: Minagiwa no Hangyakusha -- Takaya was sent to Kyoto to investigate the re-awakening of Ikko sect and Araki Murashige, a member of the Ikko sect who deserted the clan.With the help of his vassal Haruie, Takaya is finally successful in tracing Araki who hunts down a 400-years-old mandala (Buddhist artifact for meditating) that was made of the hair of the deceased Araki clansmen. Unfortunately, by the time they meet, Haruie recognizes Araki as Shintarou, her lover in her past-life. Takaya orders her to eliminate Araki, who is a threat, but will she be able to do it. Furthermore Takaya finally meets Naoe... -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Media Blasters -- OVA - Jul 28, 2004 -- 9,244 6.87
Saint☆Oniisan -- -- A-1 Pictures -- 2 eps -- Manga -- Comedy Seinen Slice of Life -- Saint☆Oniisan Saint☆Oniisan -- Jesus Christ and Gautama Buddha, the founders of Christianity and Buddhism, are living together as roommates in a Tokyo apartment while taking a vacation on Earth. The comedy often involves jokes about Christianity, Buddhism, and all things related, as well as the main characters' attempts to hide their identities and understand modern society in Japan. -- -- OVA - Dec 3, 2012 -- 76,787 7.50
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