Quotations The Best Ibn-e-Safi Quotes  

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حماقت پر افسوس کرنا سب سے بڑی حماقت ہے۔ Ibn-e-Safi

12 4
صرف عمل اور ردعمل کا نام زندگی ہے. منطقی جواز تو بعد میں تلاش کیا جاتا ہے۔ Ibn-e-Safi

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Why should man ever become serious when he knows full well that one day he will be buried along with his seriousness? Ibn-e-Safi

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Why is it that an ordinary clerk has to pass the examination for clerkship, a police constable has to go through training as a recruit before he could be commissioned and on the other hand vegetable-selling middlemen, good-for-nothing fuedals and imbecile merchants go sit in the Assemblies directly and start legisltating and some even become members of the cabinet Ibn-e-Safi

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Earlier, Man ruled woman by force. Now he rules her by making a fool out of her, that is, by making her superior. There is double benefit in ruling by making her superior. She is made doubly responsible. He makes woman superior to himself and brings her out of her home... provides an opportunity to work side by side with him. Ibn-e-Safi

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Man after the second half of the twentieth century is frustrated. You know that the foundation of all subversiveness is laid on frustration and this frustration keeps finding ways to subversive activities. And you also know that an uncert...ain present has made man pessimistic about future... therefore he runs after anything that glitters, be it fire Ibn-e-Safi

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Nuclear and Hydrogen Bomb experiments were beyond their comprehension. They could not figure out why a person is incarcerated in a mental asylum when he turns mad and why when a nation turns mad, we start calling it a Power Ibn-e-Safi

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I know that crimes committed by governments are not called crimes but diplomacy. A crime is only that which is committed in an individual capacity Ibn-e-Safi

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"Their style of government is called Democracy. The purpose of which is that the meat is claimed by a few men and the bones are tossed over to the people. They resolve all their issues with power but call it mutual cooperation. Their rulers call themselves Peoples' representatives. People do elect them for governance but it is the power of their wealth that gets them to the seat of government." Ibn-e-Safi