The teacher said: Do not follow one sage for wisdom, Follow many and piece the truth together.

The teacher said: If you are a person of good intent, Speak only of kind words and never a word of harm

The teacher said: If you want no one to criticize what you speak, Then do not speak at all

The teacher said: You can learn a lot by watching a painted wall dry, For you learn that only one outcome will ever happen, A wall with dried paint on it.

The teacher said: War never shows what is good with man, War only shows what is wrong.

The teacher said: Never debate with a fool, For they never change in their imbecility.

The teacher said: Whoever seeks for the existence of a deity is merely like a dog who chases its own tail.

The teacher said: Always use your brain, Not your skull.

The teacher said: Those who do not harm nor kill are among the best of beings.

The teacher said: Open your mind to the world, For closing it only leads to imbecility.

The teacher said: Judge the person by their actions, Not by their traits.

The teacher said: Follow the ones who know what they say, Not those who do not.

The teacher said: The pure-minded do good things, The unpure-minded only do the opposite.

The teacher said: The only way for a person to truly know oneself is to look everywhere for it.

The teacher said: Open your mind before you open your mouth.

The teacher said: The sorriest of souls are those who mindlessly blame all of the world's troubles on a certain group of individuals.

The teacher said: Even a single deed of a truly good nature can make the world slightly better.

The teacher said: Judge something as a whole, Not by the parts you dislike.

The teacher said: Those who say only they are right are ones who should be despised, For they merely go into pure egotism.

The teacher said: Never trust those who are wrong in nature, Even if the person is of your own blood.

The teacher said: True power corrupts even the kindest of souls.

The teacher said: Only those with a flat-mind believe in a flat world.

The teacher said: It is but the victims who know the true terrors of war.

The teacher said: To affirm or to deny superstition is but sheer ignorance, But to question the two is the right of all ways.

The teacher said: As a great sage once said, "History will always repeat itself, First as tragedy and then as farce".

The teacher said: If man was all-around perfect, Then faith would not exist, Because faith as a whole only exists to make man lower than a deity.