Create an Account
username: password:
  MemeStreams Logo

MemeStreams Discussion


This page contains all of the posts and discussion on MemeStreams referencing the following web page: the most difficult deception. You can find discussions on MemeStreams as you surf the web, even if you aren't a MemeStreams member, using the Threads Bookmarklet.

the most difficult deception
by noteworthy at 7:14 am EST, Dec 17, 2014

Charles Darwin:

Looking back, I think it was more difficult to see what the problems were than to solve them.

Caterina Fake:

Much more important than working hard is knowing how to find the right thing to work on.

David Hilbert:

A perfect formulation of a problem is already half its solution.


It's important to understand that it isn't Congress that must change -- it is us.

Joan Didion:

Most of our platitudes notwithstanding, self-deception remains the most difficult deception.


Life is too short to spend 2300 hours a year working on someone else's idea of what the right problems are.

Colin Powell:

Be careful what you choose. You may get it.

Kyle Steiner:

You know, I didn't have to do shit. I didn't have to go in the army. I didn't have to become airborne infantry. I didn't have to do any of that. But I did, you know?

Rustin Cohle:

The world needs bad men. We keep the other bad men from the door.

Powered By Industrial Memetics