The power of faith can be measured in fear. Fear is nothing but negative faith. That we believe stronger in things we fear, and those things happen in the end proves the fact that faith really makes things happen.

Though there is nothing mystical about this, either, since all the conditions needed for an outcome or another are our own doing. Guided by one feeling or another, we create the appropriate context and find the right means for the things we believe or the things we fear to happen.

It’s just that we are not aware of this – and when we become aware and want to put it to good use, we just… well, doubt.

Quotables © Mishu Vass


Presentiment is, ultimately, nothing mystical. It is rather a take of suggestion or a resistance to it, and the feeling we get from our brain making all the chess moves in advance to give us a potential outcome, without letting us know the process. Then the things seem to just happen, but it’s all about a choice we’ve made. Every choice, no matter how small, builds our way and creates our reality.

Quotables © Mishu Vass


Memory is a puzzle made of interchangeable pieces. Every time we think of our life, we connect the pieces and come up with a story about ourselves. The connections are potentially infinite, and so are our stories. Some are so rational, they seem trivial. Others are absurd. And others are miraculous. In the end, it’s up to us which story we stick with, which one we continue.

Quotables © Mishu Vass


Happiness is the inherent state of every living creature. Those who are seeking for it are bound to never find it, for it’s like searching for the citadel outside the walls, the pulp outside the peel, the blood outside the veins.

Quotables © Mishu Vass