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Premise

"when man determined to destroy himself he picked the was of shall and finding only why smashed it into because" ― E.E. Cummings, 100 Selected Poems.
Everything is in "because" and "IF"." ― Deyth Banger

"All knowledge meets an end at the question '...Why?"

"There is much asked and only so much I think I can or should answer, and so, in this post I would like to give a few thoughts on what seemed to be the overwhelming question: "WHY?" And here is the best answer I can give: Because. Because sometimes, life is damned unfair. Because sometimes, we lose people we love and it hurts deeply. Because sometimes, as the writer, you have to put your characters in harm's way and be willing to go there if it is the right thing for your book, even if it grieves you to do it. Because sometimes there aren't really answers to our questions except for what we discover, the meaning we assign them over time. Because acceptance is yet another of life's "here's a side of hurt" lessons and it is never truly acceptance unless it has cost us something to arrive there. Why, you ask? Because, I answer. Inadequate yet true." ― Libba Bray

What wiil I be most thankful for? Conclusion. Because I need to be convinced

"So why do I write, torturing myself to put it down? Because in spite of myself I've learned some things. Without the possibility of action, all knowledge comes to one labeled "file and forget," and I can neither file nor forget. Nor will certain ideas forget me; they keep filing away at my lethargy, my complacency. Why should I be the one to dream this nightmare?" ― Ralph Ellison

"His famous, soul-stirring "I have a dream" speech will still give you chills and break your heart today. Decades later, long after his life on earth tragically ended, the legacy of his burden lives on, improving lives for generations to come. All because one man allowed his burden to birth a dream." ― Craig Groeschel, Weird: Because Normal Isn't Working

"Don't let the bitterness of your past dictate your future because it can drive you away from your relationship with happiness"

"Hoax needed to complete the premises of truth."

"All of us.. believe in stuff which other believe, we do what all other expect.

Everything is in "because" and "IF"." ― Deyth Banger

"Somebody want us to think out of the box... and then comes somebody who puts us there. - Because of our dreams - Because of failures - Because of results - Because of Not Enough Money - Because it's too hard it's finacially." ― Deyth Banger, Brain on Porn

"Why, if its going to be allright, do we see it getting worse every day?" ― Jeanne DuPrau, The City of Ember

"There is always the question why And there is always life, Which doesn't need an answer."

No knowledge can summarize humans in one premise.

"Doctors seem to work on the following premise: Diagnose a condition and put them on a prescription drug. If they keep on complaining, diagnose more conditions and prescribe many drugs to 'treat' them." ― Steven Magee

"A law of nature is not a formula drawn up by a legislator, but a mere summary of the observed facts — a 'bundle of facts.' Things do not act in a particular way because there is a law, but we state the 'law' because they act in that way." ― Joseph McCabe, The Existence Of God

"In all summaries, the problems seem simpler than they actually are. In the following conclusions, anxiety may sound again like an abnormal condition affecting only unfortunate individuals. I would like to emphasize again that anxiety is a life-long challenge. The tradegy of Brown is that his anxiety, which was severe enough at times to remove almost all possibilities from his existence, is mainly destructive and paralyzingly rather than challenging and enlivening. I hope the reader will keep in mind the essential humanness of anxiety." ― Rollo May, The Meaning of Anxiety

"One man's generalisation is another man's succinct yet profound summation of a complex theory or argument." ― Stewart Stafford

"In all summaries, the problems seem simpler than they actually are. In the following conclusions, anxiety may sound again like an abnormal condition affecting only unfortunate individuals. I would like to emphasize again that anxiety is a life-long challenge. The tradegy of Brown is that his anxiety, which was severe enough at times to remove almost all possibilities from his existence, is mainly destructive and paralyzingly rather than challenging and enlivening. I hope the reader will keep in mind the essential humanness of anxiety." ― Rollo May, The Meaning of Anxiety

Does it really now require even more explanations?

"Having reviewed diverse theories and hypotheses on the waning of the Age of Enlightenment in Central Asia, it is now time to step back and raise a larger question: does it really require an explanation? The assumption behind our search for causes is that if one or another factor had not come into play, the movement of thought would have continued. But that great period of intense cerebration, that age of inquiry and innovation, had lasted for more than four centuries. If more information on the centuries preceding the Arab invasion had survived, we might confidently extend that period of flowering even further back in time. Even without this addition, the Age of Enlightenment was five times longer than the lifetime of Periclean Athens; a century longer than the entire history of the intellectual center of Alexandria from its foundation to the destruction of its library; only slightly shorter than the entire life span of the Roman Republic; longer than the Ming or Qing dynasties in China and the same length as the Han; about the same length as the history of Japan from the founding of the Tokugawa dynasty to the present; and of England from the age of Shakespeare to our own day. As they say in the theater world, it had a long run. It is well and good to speak of causes of the decline of the passion for inquiry and innovation, or of some supposed exhaustion of creative energies. But just as we feel little need to discover the cause of a nonagenarian's death, we need not inquire too urgently into the cause of the waning of this remarkable age. Of course, the question of why the region as a whole remained in a state of backwardness from the end of the Age of Enlightenment down to recent times is vitally important, but it involves many factors besides those that came into play in the intellectual decline. It should form the subject of another book." ― S. Frederick Starr, Lost Enlightenment: Central Asia's Golden Age from the Arab Conquest to Tamerlane

"That's the world out there, little green apples and infectious disease." ― Don DeLillo, The Angel Esmeralda

In our reasonings concerning matter of fact, there are all imaginable degrees of assurance, from the highest certainty to the lowest species of moral evidence. A wise man, therefore, proportions his belief to the evidence." ― David Hume, An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding

"Now to sum it up,' said Bernard.

'Now to explain to you the meaning of my life. Since we do not know each other (though I met you once I think, on board a ship going to Africa), we can talk freely. The illusion is upon me that something adheres for a moment, has roundness, weight, depth, is completed. This, for the moment, seems to be my life. If it were possible, I would hand it you entire. I would break it off as one breaks off a bunch of grapes. I would say, "Take it. This is my life." ― Virginia Woolf, The Waves