I was reading a list of the 25 best quotes, and I must be honest that only the one Albert Einstein that ranked the top was worth its status, but then this one came across my eyes. I didn’t believe it, and had to try it. It doesn’t have a hidden message, and is quite obvious. Think when you point at someone. Why are you pointing?

It’s often an accusation. “Who did it?” and you point. It’s a good thing to have in mind.

This is one of my absolutte favourite quotes in all time. It’s relatively simple to understand and interpret. It’s a comment, logical argument against capital punishment and war.

I think of the Iraq war: One of the reasons President George W. Bush Jr. declared war on Saddam Hussein was that he was murdering his own people, the Iraqi. I tend to believe that the argument is anti-american in every way as the USA is famous for it’s warmongering, loose guncontrol and high level of capital punishment.

You don’t have the power to decide the course of nature, nor control deities. But these don’t have the power to control you either.

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