A One-line Philosophy on the Internet

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“A wise man once said: Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn’t go away.”

— Chapter 10, “Legion”

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10 Responses to A One-line Philosophy on the Internet

  1. Jimmy B says:

    P(M): Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn’t go away. — Wise Man

    P(m): When I don’t believe in love, you’re too close to me, and that’s why you have to leave. — Dido

    C: Love isn’t real. — For All Those Sleeping

  2. Richard Mahler says:

    I too get philosophical where chocolate and woodworking intersect …

  3. Dccolby says:

    Legion the TV show?

  4. Seb says:

    This “wise” man is Philip K Dick.

  5. craig regan says:

    I stopped believing in Instagram but it won’t go away. Is it reality?

  6. neitsdelf says:

    When all you have is a saw, everything looks like a board.

  7. Allen Arthur says:

    Woodworking by hand is good therapy for Facebook dependence.

  8. Nancy E. Sutton says:

    Most any manual labor is good for us…our body, anyway. And any unintended silence is golden… in my Reality, anyway : )

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