Philosophers are not bothered about failures.

@cudamani (997)
May 2, 2009 12:15pm CST
Philosophers take all the opposites alike. For example they are not bothered by heat or cold, they are unaffected by joy and sorrow, they are not bothered by defeat or win, they are not affected by success or failure! How difficult it is to be a philosopher!
2 responses
• United States
7 Jun 09
I would like to say that is COMPLETELY true, period. Philosphy isn't about having a piece of paper that says your a master in some career, Philosphy is about encouraging true mental enlightenment not through grading, or tests, or homework but by simple conversation about things that most normal people wouldn't dare to talk about or dare I say, even comprehend? I truly enjoy being a philosopher, because we exist without race, without gender, without religion, without bias and without hate, we just exist and further our intellect as human behigs, and human beings alone.
• India
2 May 09
According to me, philosophers not bothers about failures but bothers about their dignity. As i support Philosopher, I never over bothered about my failures.