"Man is anti-natural and they're a catalist of change. Given enough time they'll change the world to something even they can't survive--the only nature they can't change is their own." The way of the Bear: Of human nature.
"There's a difference between a wild beast and man: the beast is true to their nature, while man is unpredictable. If I were forced to fight one, the wild beast is my first choice." - The Way of the Bear: Of human nature.
"The real world is worse than you can ever imagine, and you won't imagine that because if you tried you'd have to admit it. So we live in a better world by choice--It's completely under our control." - This is the Way of the Bear.
"You shouldn't live your life avoiding regret--every choice is a potential regret, so they're neigh unavoidable. Instead, spend that energy learning how to avoid dwelling on them." - The Way of the Bear: Reflections
"In the jungle there are beasts beyond description, and their actions are often driven by depraved hedonism amid horrific conditions, so your first objective is to survive at any cost, and your last is to survive uncorrupted; however, in the jungle, it's rare that we can have everything we desire." - The Way of the Bear: Reflections of WWIII.
"When the odds are stacked against you, beg, cheat or steal, and play dirty. Such is the nature of all wild things to survive--the ones who didn't aren't around to hold their high moral standards over us." - This is the Way of the Bear.