Aboriginal Wisdom Quotes

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Famous Quotes About Aboriginal Wisdom

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Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Lance Morcan
#1. To understand the Dreamtime, you must understand that we do not own the land. The land is our mother and she owns and nurtures us. #Quote by Lance Morcan
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by James Hollis
#2. This is an example of what Jung called "the regressive restoration of the persona," namely, the re-identification with a former position, role, ideology because it offers a predictable content, security, and script. In the face of the new and uncertain, we often return to the old place, which is why we so often stop growing. (It has become clear to me, for example, that aging itself does not bring wisdom. It often brings regression to childishness, dependency, and bitterness over lost opportunities. #Quote by James Hollis
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by William Butler Yeats
#3. Even the wisest man grows tense
With some sort of violence
Before he can accomplish fate,
Know his work or choose his mate.
Poet and sculptor, do the work,
Nor let the modish painter shirk #Quote by William Butler Yeats
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Muhammad
#4. Happy are those who find fault with themselves instead of finding fault with others. #Quote by Muhammad
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Dan Millman
#5. Just handle what is in front of you now and the future will take care of itself. Otherwise, you'll spend most of your life wondering which foot you'll use to step off the curb when you're still only halfway to the corner. #Quote by Dan Millman
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Solomon Ibn Gabirol
#6. Man is wise only while in search of wisdom; when he imagines he has attained it, he is a fool. #Quote by Solomon Ibn Gabirol
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Charles Spurgeon
#7. Unerring wisdom ordained your lot, and selected for you the safest and best condition. Remember this, had any other condition been better for you than the one in which you are, divine love would have put you there. You are placed by God in the most suitable circumstances. Be content with such things as you have, since the Lord has ordered all things for your good. #Quote by Charles Spurgeon
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Norman Wisdom
#8. There are people who like just ordinary comedy fun, and making mistakes - which I do easily - and then there are people who like the falling over. #Quote by Norman Wisdom
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Sorin Cerin
#9. O Lord, I am further away from me than from You! #Quote by Sorin Cerin
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Craig D. Lounsbrough
#10. Raw power without Godly obedience is a long walk off a short conscience. #Quote by Craig D. Lounsbrough
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by P.C. Cast
#11. Its more than a simple belief that there is good and that it should fight the evil in the world. It's a personification of Light and Darkness at their most elemental level, as forces that are so absorbed with themselves that one cannot exist without the other though they constantly try to consume one another. One of the earliest repersentations of Light and Darkness was of Light being a massive black bull and Darkness being an enormous white bull. #Quote by P.C. Cast
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Debasish Mridha
#12. Be kind as if you are born to be kind. #Quote by Debasish Mridha
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by M. Laurie Cantil
#13. Once we begin to live the truth that we have found in our inner adventures, a more liberating world will open before our eyes. #Quote by M. Laurie Cantil
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Thomas S. Kuhn
#14. Normal science, the activity in which most scientists inevitably spend almost all their time, is predicated on the assumption that the scientific community knows what the world is like #Quote by Thomas S. Kuhn
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Brandon Mull
#15. I hate how my past actions keep messing up my future options, Seth muttered.
Then you've started down the road to wisdom, Grandpa replied. #Quote by Brandon Mull
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Idries Shah
#16. One should not pray if that prayer is vanity. #Quote by Idries Shah
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Cathie Pelletier
#17. Never had anyone said, Listen. Life is short. Pretend your body is still in its twenties. Jump for the brass ring. Swing for those bleachers. Dive into the deep end of the pool. Act like a fool if you must, but at least *live*. #Quote by Cathie Pelletier
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Richard Duarte
#18. Humanity was never meant for mediocrity. Yet many among us are now, and will forever remain, limited by their profound lack of understanding. Some of us develop our minds and glimpse the wisdom of the ages. Others develop their muscles and embrace the strength, power and endurance only possible of a body that obeys the heart and mind without question. An even smaller group, look inside themselves to find the peace, compassion, humility and timeless strength of character that can only be attained through spirituality. An infinitesimally smaller minority develop the intellect, strengthen and dominate the body, and come to know the true nature of their spirit - thus finding a balance that comes as close to excellence as any mere mortal can ever hope to attain. #Quote by Richard Duarte
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by James B. Comey
#19. [D]oubt is not weakness, it is wisdom, because people are at their most dangerous when they are certain that their cause is just and their facts are right. #Quote by James B. Comey
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Caroline Goyder
#20. Concision in style, precision in thought, decision in life. #Quote by Caroline Goyder
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Craig D. Lounsbrough
#21. Do not confuse stubbornness with tenacity, for the former is blind to reason while the latter has no reason to be blind. #Quote by Craig D. Lounsbrough
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Janet Morris
#22. As Seth's apprentice, I've learned wisdom of which you've never dreamed. #Quote by Janet Morris
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Ron Chernow
#23. Of all the founders, Hamilton probably had the gravest doubts about the wisdom of the masses and wanted elected leaders who would guide them. This was the great paradox of his career: his optimistic view of America's potential coexisted with an essentially pessimistic view of human nature. His faith in Americans never quite matched his faith in America itself. It #Quote by Ron Chernow
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Sue Stephenson
#24. God cares not what clothes we wear, for they can neither show nor hide who we really are. #Quote by Sue Stephenson
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Matshona Dhliwayo
#25. The highest knowledge is still no match for the lowest wisdom. #Quote by Matshona Dhliwayo
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by John O'Donohue
#26. In the Celtic world, and especially in the Celtic world of the senses, there was no barrier between soul and body. Each was natural to the other. The soul was the sister of the body, the body the sister of the soul. As yet there was no negative splitting of dualistic Christian morality, which later did so much damage to these two lovely and enfolded presences. The world of Celtic consciousness enjoyed this unified and lyrical sensuous spirituality #Quote by John O'Donohue
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Anita Heiss
#27. If you think about the map of Europe with Italy and Germany and Spain and all the different people and cultures, well, Australia is like that. And the white people from England, they are like a lot of noisy, angry visitors on a holiday that never really ends,' Mary giggles to herself #Quote by Anita Heiss
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Edgar A. Guest
#28. A Book

"Now" - said a good book unto me -
"Open my pages and you shall see
Jewels of wisdom and treasures fine,
Gold and silver in every line,
And you may claim them if you but will
Open my pages and take your fill.

"Open my pages and run them o'er,
Take what you choose of my golden store.
Be you greedy, I shall not care -
All that you seize I shall gladly spare;
There is never a lock on my treasure doors,
Come - here are my jewels, make them yours!

"I am just a book on your mantel shelf,
But I can be part of your living self;
If only you'll travel my pages through,
Then I will travel the world with you.
As two wines blended make better wine,
Blend your mind with these truths of mine.

"I'll make you fitter to talk with men,
I'll touch with silver the lines you pen,
I'll lead you nearer the truth you seek,
I'll strengthen you when your faith grows weak -
This place on your shelf is a prison cell,
Let me come into your mind to dwell! #Quote by Edgar A. Guest
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Walt Whitman
#29. More and more too, the old name absorbs into me. Mannahatta, 'the place encircled by many swift tides and sparkling waters.' How fit a name for America's great democratic island city! The word itself, how beautiful! how aboriginal! how it seems to rise with tall spires, glistening in sunshine, with such New World atmosphere, vista and action! #Quote by Walt Whitman
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Debasish Mridha
#30. Today's pain will bring tomorrow's gain. #Quote by Debasish Mridha
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Anonymous
#31. Those who should, never will. Those who will, never should. (about presidential candidates) #Quote by Anonymous
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Catherine DeVrye
#32. Pick yourself up when you're feeling down. No one else is likely to. #Quote by Catherine DeVrye
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Sherrilyn Kenyon
#33. A word of wisdom to you, akribos, you need to learn to accept gifts. (Catera)
There's no such thing as a gift. If I were to take that from you, sooner or later you would ask a favor from me in return. Nothing in life is ever truly given without expectation. (Acheron) #Quote by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Plato
#34. The god, O men, seems to me to be really wise; and by his oracle to mean this, that the wisdom of this world is foolishness and of none effect. #Quote by Plato
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Philip Pullman
#35. [I]n adult literary fiction, stories are there on sufferance. Other things are felt to be more important: technique, style, literary knowingness. Adult readers who do deal in straightforward stories find themselves sidelined into a genre such as crime or science fiction, where no one expects literary craftsmanship. But stories are vital. Stories never fail us, because, as Isaac Bashevis Singer says, "events never grow stale." There's more wisdom in a story than in volumes of philosophy. [Contemporary writers, however,] take up their stories as with a pair of tongs. They're embarrassed by them. If they could write novels without stories in them, they would. Sometimes they do. #Quote by Philip Pullman
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Lauren Kate
#36. Wisdom holds a candle to experience, but you've got to take the candle and walk alone. #Quote by Lauren Kate
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Dan Simmons
#37. Data itself ... was tolerable. It was the constant nerve-web-expanding pain of context that would kill him. #Quote by Dan Simmons
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by John Steinbeck
#38. This is beyond understanding." said the king. "You are the wisest man alive. You know what is preparing. Why do you not make a plan to save yourself?"
And Merlin said quietly, "Because I am wise. In the combat between wisdom and feeling, wisdom never wins. #Quote by John Steinbeck
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Matshona Dhliwayo
#39. The universe appeals to your sense, not your senselessness;
your understanding, not your shallowness;
your discernment, not your blindness;
your intellect, not your nonsense;
your rationale, not your recklessness;
your knowledge, not your ignorance;
your wisdom, not your imprudence;
your insight, not your brainlessness;
and your enlightenment, not your foolishness.

The universe also appeals to your enjoyment, not your sadness;
your courage, not your fearfulness;
your hope, not your bitterness;
your humility, not your arrogance;
your honesty, not your deceitfulness;
your mercy, not your ruthlessness;
your charity, not your stinginess;
your strength, not your weakness;
and your love, not your hatefulness. #Quote by Matshona Dhliwayo
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by University Of Navarra
#40. The wise men posit questions to which they may not always find immediate answers, but through their reflections God stimulates man in his search for truth - which in the last analysis is a search for God himself. #Quote by University Of Navarra
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Elisabeth Tova Bailey
#41. Given the ease with which health infuses life with meaning and purpose, it is shocking how swiftly illness steals away those certainties ... Time unused and only endured still vanishes, as if time itself is starving, and each day is swallowed whole, leaving no crumbs, no memory, no trace at all. #Quote by Elisabeth Tova Bailey
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by William Kean Seymour
#42. Do not be too sure, young fellows,
That you are better than your ancestors. #Quote by William Kean Seymour
Aboriginal Wisdom quotes by Abraham Joshua Heschel
#43. It is dangerous to take human freedom for granted, to regard it as a prerogative rather than as an obligation, as an ultimate fact rather than as an ultimate goal. It is the beginning of wisdom to be amazed at the fact of our being free. #Quote by Abraham Joshua Heschel

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