By Donald Patrick Redheffer
The better you cross, the reduce you reach.
Atheists and theists are bedfellows, for they either presume to know.
An aphorism is a quick expression of a fact or sentiment, and whereas volumes were written on lifestyles and loss of life, love and loss, discomfort and delight, and correct and flawed, occasionally it's a easy aphorism that may top seize the reality and show some extent of view, enriching the previous and bringing whatever of the new.
In Aphorisms: short Bursts of fact, writer Donald Patrick Redheffer takes his love of philosophy and poetry and probes the human situation in pursuit of fact anyplace it lies. With over 4 thousand succinct, concise bursts of truth—categorized through subject from absolutes, adversity, anticipation, and authority to jogging, climate, why, and wisdom—each aphorism presents a fact that's short and to the purpose, by no means permitting trust or wish to switch the focus.
Explore inside of those uncomplicated marriages of notion and language a provocative, occasionally profound, and consistently incomplete mirrored image of truth—for fiction surrounds fact, while aphorisms trap its essence.
My writings come from a place
Enriched via center and mind,
Where one stares into empty space
For hours at a time,
Pursuing the sublime.
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