'You don’t wear beauty but humanity in your head'. (Bulgarian proverb) Keywords: doubt, analytical introspection in order to discover the truth about man, intellectuality, education, or mastery in work that is overcome to perfection (skills, trades). Truthfulness.
'If love is the principle of life, then masochism is the law of the universe'. Keywords: Complacency - the importance of aesthetic, visual, attention, reaching emotional ideal, cultivation and cherishing of the gentle being that is almost poetic, always guided by sentiments without any sense of practical and reality.
'Similar to the forces of nature, the power of passion is measured by the size of the obstacles it overcomes and approaches with rage'. (Chernyshevsky) Keywords: raging passion, energy, conscious choice of difficult challenges, greatest opponents, dangerous obstacles, because crises wake the strongest force. Regeneration. As more activity and movement as possible so that this pan-energy doesn't fall sleep. When alive, sleep is almost not necessary.
"True justice is conscience." (Victor Hugo) Keywords: absolute justice, morality, conscience, philosophical spirit that affirms life and everything around. The invincible logic that must not serve a practical goal, but only the idea, mission or higher wisdom. Travel in order to know the different. Cosmopolitanism.
When you have everything, you cannot see anything, you may see again only when have nothing.’ (Shakespeare) Keywords: constancy, stubborn consistency, awareness of injustice and eternal suffering in the world, hence ignoring of optimism and affirmation, while the power is given to doubt and irony which with strong intellect can bring world-class intellectuals and greatest minds, especially in science and medicine. Happiness exists only when you really don’t need anything. Asceticism.
‘Rebel wants acknowledgment of the fact that freedom has its limits where there is a human being because this limit precisely is the power of the rebellion of that being.’ (Albert Camus) Keywords: self-sufficiency, independence, inevitability of diversity and search, need to fascinate the others (whole world if possible). A supreme humanity that presumes sacrifice for the sake of an idea and rescuing humanity or lives of other people.
‘What is this world without end, of which beginning and ending I know nothing of, and what is my life in this infinite world and how do I live it? Only faith answers these questions.’ (Tolstoy) Keywords: lack of interest for many things while the inner life is very much alive, spirituality, obsession, enthusiasm, dedication, surrender, mission. There is no power nor will, and everything that asks for fight or excessive physical engagement should be avoided. One can find oneself only by wandering, like Odysseus.