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Art Of Nature quotes by Jay Woodman
#1. Open spaces sing to my heart
of the art of nature and the nature of art. #Quote by Jay Woodman
Art Of Nature quotes by Sterling W. Sill
#2. A story is told that Whistler once painted a tiny picture of a spray of roses. The artistry involved in the picture was magnificent. Never before, it seemed, had the art of man been able to execute quite so deftly a reproduction of the art of nature. #Quote by Sterling W. Sill
Art Of Nature quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#3. How often we must remember the art of the surgeon, which, in replacing the broken bone, contents itself with releasing the parts from false position; they fly into place by the action of the muscles. On this art of nature all our arts rely. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Art Of Nature quotes by John Burroughs
#4. The art of nature is all in the direction of concealment. #Quote by John Burroughs
Art Of Nature quotes by Steve Nash
#5. I am not too accusatorial or defensive by nature. I have always been kind of philosophical about it, remembering that it is just a game. People take these things too seriously. #Quote by Steve Nash
Art Of Nature quotes by Ashfaq Saraf
#6. Death is always an event in future. Its presence is unrealizable. Its absence is unmanageable. It is a concrete intangibility in that its nature is somehow non-human. Man, thus must be a subject of constant simplification going from a stage of 'more' to a stage of 'less'. Man, thus must always be dying. #Quote by Ashfaq Saraf
Art Of Nature quotes by Saint Augustine
#7. Our Lord reserved to Himself certain things which He would do in due time in a manner outside the course and order of nature, so that they would wonder and be astonished at seeing not great but unusual things, who are unmoved by things daily seen. For the government of the world is a greater miracle than feeding five thousand men from five loaves; yet at the former no one wonders, the latter astonishes all men: not as a greater wonder, but as a rarer. #Quote by Saint Augustine
Art Of Nature quotes by Shilpa Menon
#8. The mechanics of Nature ensures that the shadow of yesterday doesn't eclipse the dawn of tomorrow. #Quote by Shilpa Menon
Art Of Nature quotes by Deborah Bray Haddock
#9. When a client enters therapy with a prior diagnosis, it might be difficult for the therapist to think outside of the box presented. One reason a dissociative individual might have several different diagnoses, however, is that as different parts present, they may also be presenting with diagnostic issues that are different from the host. Such differences especially make sense given the nature of DID. #Quote by Deborah Bray Haddock
Art Of Nature quotes by Thomas Carlyle
#10. Democracy is, by the nature of it, a self-canceling business: and gives in the long run a net result of zero. #Quote by Thomas Carlyle
Art Of Nature quotes by Robert Louis Stevenson
#11. I am in the habit of looking not so much to the nature of a gift as to the spirit in which it is offered. #Quote by Robert Louis Stevenson
Art Of Nature quotes by Robert Musil
#12. To love something as an artist ... means to be shaken not by its ultimate value or lack of value, but by a side of it that suddenly opens up. Where art has value it shows things that few have seen. It's conquering, not pacifying. #Quote by Robert Musil
Art Of Nature quotes by James Gleick
#13. The solvable systems are the ones shown in textbooks. They behave. Confronted with a nonlinear system, scientists would have to substitute linear approximations or find some other uncertain backdoor approach. Textbooks showed students only the rare non-linear systems that would give way to such techniques. They did not display sensitive dependence on initial conditions. Nonlinear systems with real chaos were rarely taught and rarely learned. When people stumbled across such things-and people did-all their training argued for dismissing them as aberrations. Only a few were able to remember that the solvable, orderly, linear systems were the aberrations. Only a few, that is, understood how nonlinear nature is in its soul. Enrico Fermi once exclaimed, "It does not say in the Bible that all laws of nature are expressible linearly!" The mathematicians Stanislaw Ulam remarked that to call the study of chaos "nonlinear science" was like calling zoology "the study of nonelephant animals. #Quote by James Gleick
Art Of Nature quotes by Jill Telford
#14. and, suddenly,
out of nowhere,
all of the art
the poetry
all of the love songs
were all about you. #Quote by Jill Telford
Art Of Nature quotes by Mark Nepo
#15. Part of the blessing and challenge of being human is that we must discover our own true nature. #Quote by Mark Nepo
Art Of Nature quotes by Eda LeShan
#16. Excellence in life seems to me to be the way in which each human being makes the most of the adventure of living and becomes most truly and deeply himself, fulfilling his own nature in the context of a good life with other people. #Quote by Eda LeShan
Art Of Nature quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#17. Our friendships hurry to short and poor conclusions, because we have made them a texture of wine and dreams, instead of the toughfibre of the human heart. The laws of friendship are austere and eternal, of one web with the laws of nature and of morals. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Art Of Nature quotes by Albert Einstein
#18. To be sure, it is not the fruits of scientific research that elevate a man and enrich his nature, but the urge to understand, the intellectual work, creative or receptive. #Quote by Albert Einstein
Art Of Nature quotes by Heinrich Hertz
#19. The rigour of science requires that we distinguish well the undraped figure of Nature itself from the gay-coloured vesture with which we clothe her at our pleasure. #Quote by Heinrich Hertz
Art Of Nature quotes by Susan Jacoby
#20. I still do find the prayers of the Kaddish quite moving, and I just substitute in my mind nature, although that's what the founders did in a lot of their documents, too. They substituted nature or providence for God. I think that's what I do in my head with Jewish God. #Quote by Susan Jacoby
Art Of Nature quotes by Jane Smiley
#21. Art doesn't exist if you just do what you're told. It only exists as an exercise of individual taste and freedom. #Quote by Jane Smiley
Art Of Nature quotes by Lisa Mischelle Wood
#22. In the midst of all of this perfect beauty, timeless since the days of Eve, it's the touch of God creating miracles, if in your heart you just believe. #Quote by Lisa Mischelle Wood
Art Of Nature quotes by Haruki Murakami
#23. Writing talent is similar to the art of chatting up a girl. You can improve to a certain degree through practice, but basically you are either born with it or you aren't. #Quote by Haruki Murakami
Art Of Nature quotes by Douglas Coupland
#24. Post-adolescent Expert Syndrome
The tendency of young people around the age of eighteen, males especially, to become altruistic experts on everything, a state of mind required by nature to ensure warriors who are willing to die with pleasure on the battlefield. Also the reason why religions recruit kamikaze pilots and suicide bombers almost exclusively from the 18-21 range. Kyle, I never would have guessed that when you were up in your bedroom playing World of Warcraft all through your teens, you were, in fact, becoming an expert on the films of Jean-Luc Godard. #Quote by Douglas Coupland
Art Of Nature quotes by Humphry Davy
#25. The whole language of nature informs us, that in animated beings there is something above our powers of investigation; something which employs, combines, and arranges the gross elements of matter - a spark of celestial fire, by which life is kindled and preserved, and which, if even the instruments it employs are indestructible in their essence, must itself, of necessity, be immortal. #Quote by Humphry Davy
Art Of Nature quotes by Thomas Carlyle
#26. In a different time, in a different place, it is always some other side of our common human nature that has been developing itself. The actual truth is the sum of all these. #Quote by Thomas Carlyle
Art Of Nature quotes by Lawrence Weiner
#27. I think there should be a reworking of the value structure of art. The value is when the artist makes a first engagement with society. That work has the most value. That is the function of the artist. That result. #Quote by Lawrence Weiner
Art Of Nature quotes by Rachel Kushner
#28. Gloria was still talking, something about how shooting people was in a sense safer than making art, in terms of avoiding serious lapses in taste. #Quote by Rachel Kushner
Art Of Nature quotes by Bliss Perry
#29. But ah, to fish with a worm, and then not catch your fish! To fail with a fly is no disgrace: your art may have been impeccable, your patience faultless to the end. But the philosophy of worm-fishing is that of results, of having something tangible in your basket when the day's work is done. #Quote by Bliss Perry
Art Of Nature quotes by Francoise Gilot
#30. I paint the way some people write their autobiography. The paintings, finished or not, are the pages of my journal, and as such they are valid. The future will choose the pages it prefers. It's not up to me to make the choice. I have the impression that the time is speading on past me more and more rapidly. I'm like a river that rolls on, dragging with it the trees that grow too close to its banks or dead calves one might have thrown into it or any kind of microbes that develop in it. I carry all that along with me and go on. It's the movement of painting that interests me, the dramatic movement from one effort to the next, even if those efforts are perhaps not pushed to their ultimate end. In some of my paintings I can say with certainty that the effort has been brought to its full weight and its conclusion, because there I have been able to stop the flow of time around me. I have less and less time, and yet I have more and more to say, and what I have to say is,increasingly, something about what goes on in the movement of my thought. I've reached the moment, you see, when the movement of my thought interests me more than the thought itself. #Quote by Francoise Gilot
Art Of Nature quotes by Criss Jami
#31. Emotion is always multiplied in the art of a person who doesn't really show much emotion. It once expanded deep within his hidden soul, and following the downplay his audience is blown away. #Quote by Criss Jami
Art Of Nature quotes by Anouar Majid
#32. "What Zolberg calls the 'Melville principle' is an excellent expression of the fundamental right to free movement... for one surely needs to explain what is natural about state structures, in rich and poor countries alike, that confine the movements of billions of people to live and play anywhere they want. Melville's vision, echoed in Walt Whitman's poetry, is a far better prospect to imagine than the persistence of a primitive form of nationalism based on exclusion and expulsion, or a social model of gated communities antagonizing the poor by keeping them out of bounds. These are simply not rational long-term solutions for an already besieged planet. If Moors or Moriscos are the residual prototype of Gypsies, Native Americans, Africans, Jews, Hispanics, and, in general, the West's undesirables since 1492, we might as well avoid the tragedies that dogmatic concepts of national identities have engendered -- the expulsion of Jews in 1492; the expulsion of Moriscos in 1609; the scapegoating of minorities as infidels in the nation's holy body politic; and the horrors of genocide visited on various non-Europeans and on Jews in Nazi Germany -- by accepting our true nature as mestizos in a world where national, racial, ethnic, and cultural boundaries are dangerous illusions. #Quote by Anouar Majid
Art Of Nature quotes by Eraldo Banovac
#33. Art is the most creative result of the human mind. #Quote by Eraldo Banovac
Art Of Nature quotes by Rebecca Solnit
#34. The whites who administered Native American subjugation claimed to be recruiting the Indians to join them in a truer, more coherent worldview - but whether it was about spirituality and the afterlife, the role of women, the nature of glaciers, the age of the world, or the theory of evolution, these white Victorians were in a world topsy-turvy with change, uncertainty and controversy. Deference was paid to Christianity and honest agricultural toil, but more than few questioned the former, and most, as the gold rushes, confidence men, and lionized millionaires proved, would gladly escape the latter. So the attempt to make Indians into Christian agriculturists was akin to those contemporary efforts whereby charities send cast-off clothing to impoverished regions: the Indians were being handed a system that was worn out ... #Quote by Rebecca Solnit
Art Of Nature quotes by Osho
#35. When you choose, you divide. Then you say, "This is good, that is wrong." And life is a unity. Existence remains undivided, existence remains in a deep unison. It is oneness. If you say, "This is beautiful and that is ugly," mind has entered, because life is both together. And the beautiful becomes ugly, and the ugly goes on becoming beautiful. There is no boundary; no watertight compartments are there. Life goes on flowing from this to that.

Mind has fixed compartments. Fixedness is the nature of mind and fluidity is the nature of life. That's why mind is obsession; it is always fixed, it has a solidness about it. And life is not solid; it is fluid, flexible, goes on moving to the opposite.

Something is alive this moment, next moment is dead. Someone was young this moment, next moment he has become old. The eyes were so beautiful, now they are no more there – just ruins. The face was so rose-like, now nothing is there – not even a ghost of the past. Beautiful becomes ugly, life becomes death, and death goes on taking new birth.

What to do with life? You cannot choose. If you want to be WITH life, with the whole, you have to be choiceless. #Quote by Osho

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