Kilroy J. Oldster Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old kilroy j. oldster quotes, kilroy j. oldster sayings, and kilroy j. oldster proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.


An enlightened person strives to live a meaningful life, defined by their personal humility, joy, passion, and profound reverence for life.     

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We can imprison ourselves with our wants, wishes, and false dreams.     

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A person's greatest limitations are not genetic, but imposed by self-doubt, insecurities, indecision, and timidity.     

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We can imprison ourselves with our wants, wishes, and false dreams.     

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Storytelling is ultimately the only way that we know besides song, dance, painting, and music to share with our tribesmen what it means to be human, express the indefinable feelings that unite humankind.     

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Storytelling creates a healing serum. The thematic unguent of our personal story represents a fusion of the ineffable truths that each of us must discover within ourselves.     

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Storytelling is the distinctly human implement designed to synthesize our purposeful interaction with reality.     

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We are what comes to us and by what we choose to fulfill. We learn love by experiencing other people loving us and by cultivating compassion for all humankind.     

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Mythology and religion are relevant and remarkable, as they each represent imaginative truths projections of human beings innermost desires intermixed with fragments of factual reality.     

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The mental mist of ambiguity and the fog of ambivalence hamper human existence.     

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Personal disillusionment accompanied by self-pity and self-loathing are the Achilles' heel of modern humankind, representing the weakness of the human spirit.     

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Sentence making is an act of questing into unexplored regions, probing the anarchy of daylight, and exploring the troubling confusion and turmoil of the night.     

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Indecision and fear can cripple any chances of succeeding and lead to maelstroms of regret that fuel our most fantastic nightmares.     

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A life of leisure never satisfies anyone who possesses a lively mind.     

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Self-transformation commences with a period of self-questioning. Questions lead to more questions, bewilderment leads to new discoveries, and growing personal awareness leads to transformation in how a person lives. Purposeful modification of the self only commences with revising our mind’s internal functions. Revamped internal functions eventually alter how we view our external environment.     

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Living is a process of developing oneself. Without experiencing pain from disconcerting periods of our lives, we would be different person, perhaps a lesser person.     

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Self-improvement begins by recognizing personal faults.     

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A person must constantly work to develop their self to the fullest embodiment of a human being through their acts of love, compassion, and dutiful work.     

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A period of profound depression can trigger a period of hysterical writing. We create our own afflictions; it is only right that we must cure ourselves.     

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Nicknames reflect what people admire or despise about a person.     

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