By Oscar Wilde
A man is born alone and dies alone; And he experiences the good and bad consequences of his karma alone; And he goes alone to hell or the supreme abode.
I do believe in Karma. You will one day experience what you did to me.
True justice is to pay one time for every mistake we make.
Justice is justice though it’s always delayed and finally done only by mistake.
People can run from their mistakes, but not regrets. They can play with dharma, but not with karma.
Don’t mistake my kindness for weakness. Sometimes I leave it to karma.
If Karma is a thing, then wouldn’t wanting someone to experience bad Karma also get you bad Karma?
I probably hold the distinction of being one movie star who, by all laws of logic, should never have made it. At each stage of my career, I lacked the experience.
Every man mistakes the limits of his vision for the limits of the world.
Putting is like wisdom – partly a natural gift and partly the accumulation of experience.
We made a mistake, and you have to be responsible for your mistakes. If they feel the title shouldn’t be here at Burke, then it shouldn’t be here. I’m fine with that. You just have to go out there and do it all over again.
The educator must believe in the potential power of his pupil, and he must employ all his art in seeking to bring his pupil to experience this power.
The greater the feeling of inferiority that has been experienced, the more powerful is the urge to conquest and the more violent the emotional agitation.
No experience is a cause of success or failure. We do not suffer from the shock of our experiences, so-called trauma – but we make out of them just what suits our purposes.
Life is just the same as learning to swim. Do not be afraid of making mistakes, for there is no other way of learning how to live!
More important than innate disposition, objective experience, and environment is the subjective evaluation of these. Furthermore, this evaluation stands in a certain, often strange, relation to reality.
I play with microbes. There are, of course, many rules to this play…but when you have acquired knowledge and experience it is very pleasant to break the rules and to be able to find something nobody has thought of.
The more a man knows about himself in relation to every kind of experience, the greater his chance of suddenly, one fine morning, realizing who in fact he is…
Experience teaches only the teachable.
Experience is not what happens to a man; it is what a man does with what happens to him.