Office of the First Scribe of Kasra
This is the Official Office of the First Scribe of Kasra, Rafiqa.
None are allowed here except the Khan, Ubara, First Sword and Her and any she may choose to invite.
Any other's who enter here, and do not leave immediately, will not enjoy the result of such defiance.
" but to take truth for granted is not to know it. Truth not won is not possessed. We are not entitled to truths for which we have not fought." (Marauders of Gor, p.7)
"Perhaps we cannot see truth. Perhaps nature has denied us this gift. Perhaps we can sense only its presence. Perhaps we can sense only its heat. Perhaps to stand occasionally in its presence is sufficient." (Tribesmen of Gor, p.256-7)
"The meaning of history lies not in the future. It is like a range of mountains with many summits. Great deeds are the meaning of history. There are many meanings and many summits. One may climb different mountains at different times, but each mountain glows in the same sun." (Beasts of Gor, p.33)
"How can one know the answer to a question which one fears to ask?" (Explorers of Gor, p.11)
"Logic is as neutral as a knife," (Explorers of Gor, p.223)
"There is no single humanity, no single shirt, no correct pair of shoes, no uniform, even a gray one, that will fit all men. There are a thousand humanities possible. He who denies this sees only his own horizons. He who disagrees is the denier of difference, and the murderer of the better futures." (Savages of Gor, p.31)
"Too often it seems it is the peaceful and innocent who are slaughtered. In this a lesson may be found that it may not be prudential to be either too peaceful or too innocent. One does not survive with wolves by becoming a sheep. T hat is only a short-cut to destruction." (Savages of Gor, p.89)
"A civilization, you see, need not inevitably be a conflict with nature. A rational, informed civilization can even, in a sense, refine and improve upon nature; it can, so to speak, bring nature to fruition. Indeed, a natural civilization might be the natural flowering of nature itself, not an antithesis to nature, not a contradiction to nature, not a poison nor a trammel to it, but a stage or aspect of it, a form which nature itself can take." (Savages of Gor, p.194)
"Too, such things as civilization, and friendship and interchanges depend muchly upon trust." (Blood Brothers of Gor, p.175)
"Truth is not terrible; it is merely real." (Blood Brothers of Gor, p.218)
"Wisdom decrees that the tree of thought must not be planted where it cannot bear fruit. A man may starve trying to feed on the illusion of nourishment." (Tribesmen of Gor, p.258)
"Perhaps the world only speaks to those who are prepared to listen." (Beasts of Gor, p.29)
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