Two buddhist monks are walking down a road. They see a woman trying to cross a stream. The first monk picks her up and carries her across. She says "thanks" and they go their seperate ways. But the second monk is spitting mad. After a few miles, the second one speaks up, tells the first one: "You violated the rules of our order when you carried that woman across the stream." And the first monk replies: "I may have carried her across the stream - but you've been carrying her ever since."
Don't ever let anybody hold you back. I don't care how strong they are or how tough they think they are. You look them straight in the eye and you say: "I'm better than you. I'm stronger than you. And I'm going to win."
Unsere Welt ist eine Welt der Möglichkeiten. Inmitten wir Menschen. Aufgerufen, ein Leben lang zu erwägen, zu ergreifen, zu verwerfen. Wir vermögen dies, weil wir Teil am Geiste haben. Und wo Geist ist, ist auch Freiheit. Lebenskunst ist, mit der menschlichen Freiheit auf bestmögliche Art umzugehen.